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Happy Birthday Ang


I am looking for my half sister Hannah Siobhan Pemberton who I have never seen. She will be around 17 years of age now her mothers’ name is Jannette Pemberton. They left Stoke-on-Trent around 17 years ago. Her mother and my father separated on mutual terms, but never have had any further contact. My father later married and I am the result of that, my father is a good dad and gets upset when I talk to him about it as I have only just recently found out about Hannah. I have always wanted a sister or brother but my parents never had any more children. My parents have been together for 15 years and I have a good home but always miss that sister or brother feeling. As Hannah is older than me, I am wondering would she want to contact me or not or do we really need to leave it until we are older. By the way my name is Georgina and I live in Stoke-on-Trent.
Kind regards, Georgina
Please contact our office for Georgina’s email address


The natural gifts and talent of church flower arrangers and friends, some of whom are national award winning arrangers, depicted the theme "Times &   Seasons" in over 30 floral arrangements at St. Andrew's Methodist Church Flower Festival at the beginning of July. The designs included: It's Time  for a Holiday, Time for tea, Time for Worship for All at Sea, Time is a
Great Healer, Time for Choir Practice, A Time for Remembering, Rag Time Band, Eastertime and many others. Both depicting times and seasons within church life and life in general - in all these things celebrating that God who gave us life to enjoy them and is with us.   With over 3,000 visitors to the festival, both the Refreshments (which were served cafeteria style throughout the four days) and the wide variety of stalls of handicrafts for 3 days, were kept very busy.  Organists provided background music in the church, which many enjoyed  sitting to listen to as they enjoyed the sight and perfume of the flowers.  Worship was an important part of the Festival. On the Sunday morning extra chairs were needed in church to accommodate the congregation; the service included both the reception of new members and a baptism. In the evening a Festival Songs of Praise was held.  Through the generosity of our visitors and the time and work of many people the Festival raised a record 11,732.74 for the running costs of the church and its outreach work plus a donation to be given to Sheringham Health Centre.  We extend a very grateful Thank You to everyone who helped with the Festival and to all who came.   The date for your diary for next year is: 6th. - 9th. July 2006.

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Local Produce Day - Sunday 14th August 11-4pm

Kelling Heath Holiday Park, between Bodham and Weybourne near Holt, is hosting a Local Produce Day this summer. A large marquee is being hired for the event and local producers of food and crafts have been invited to have a stall. Produce on sale will include cheese, preserves, vegetables, sausages, honey, charcoal, jewellery, stained glass and more! And best of all it will all have been made in Norfolk! There will also be face painters, a chance to make your very own dragonfly - out of willow, decorate a bag and Morris dancing. Entry is free.
If you would like more information or are interested in having a stall (no charge), please call Jenny on 01263 589912.

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