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CELEBRATING 100 YEARS
Mr Crawford Purdie, celebrated his 100th birthday on 22nd October.
Crawford was Norfolk's oldest golfer when at 98 he played regularly at Sheringham Golf
Club and he always carried his own clubs, no trolley or buggy for him. He is also a
regular attendee at the Probus Kelling luncheon meetings held monthly.
British Legion Norfolk County Festival of Rememberance Sunday 30th October - Cromer Pier
TRICK OR TREAT
Sheringham Baptist Church is repeating last year's "Trick or
Treat" initiative in Sheringham during the run-up to Halloween. In association
with Norfolk Police they have produced 'no trick or treat' posters which will made
available, free of charge, to local residents, and they intend to promote the leaflets in
schools, churches and community groups. The A5 size posters can be displayed in the
homes of those who do not wish to be targeted by "trick or treaters" - similar
to the 'no salesmen' signs you often see.
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|The Sheringham Branch of The Royal British Legion are always happy to welcome new faces to their meetings. These are held at The Tyneside Club on the first Monday of the month at 7.30pm (excluding August). You DO NOT need to have been a member of the services to join us, so if you feel you would like join us, please contact Mel Clarke on 01263 826005 for more details of our activities.|