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SHERINGHAM TOWN COUNCIL NEWS
Stephen Booth was welcomed to his first Town Council meeting in September
following his success in the recent By-Election for the North Ward following the
resignation of James Wright. Station Approach Putting Green- the Town Council has,
after considering responses from residents and visitors, decided not to request North
Norfolk District Council to change its use.
Join the National Trust for some ghostly goings on this Halloween. Spooky
stories, terrifying tours and things that go bump in the night...the Halloween atmosphere
will truly be brought to life at the National Trust's historic properties.
LUPUS AWARE MONTH
Systemic lupus is a presently incurable illness of the immune system, a condition in
which the body's defence mechanism begins to attack itself through an excess of antibodies
in the blood stream causing inflammation and damage in the joints, muscles and other
organs. Discoid lupus is usually a condition of the skin alone but can develop into
systemic lupus. The disease may be triggered by various means and can be present in
a number of ways, even to the extent of mimicking other diseases such as rheumatoid
arthritis or multiple sclerosis. With its many symptoms, lupus can often be overlooked
which may delay final diagnosis and a vital start to necessary treatment, which can
contain the disease and limit potential damage to the kidneys, heart, lungs or brain.
Lupus UK's priorities are to help the patients who may feel alone and isolated.
Improve national awareness about lupus and its impact and to fund further research.
JAZZ AT THE SHERRY ' N' HAM
Paul Hill and Jasper Smith of the duo 'Pulling Strings' performed an evening of
enjoyable jazz music at the Sherry 'n' Ham on the 16th September. Brian, dad of Paul Hill,
made the two 7 string guitars I was told. These guitars gave an unusual, rich, warm
and full sound of jazz. They played laid back swing to Latin grooves. While
watching Paul and Jasper I noticed they had a unique cohesion of timing when Paul would
take over the lead from Jasper and vice versa without any break in their music. The meal
and music made it a most enjoyable evening, which hopefully would be repeated in the near