Fulmodeston Parish Council serves the villages of Fulmodeston, Croxton and Barney
The North Norfolk villages of Fulmodeston, Croxton and Barney are not only united in one civil parish, but also work together as an involved community through the many clubs, organisations and churches that thrive in the rural farming landscape.
The stained glass for the Millenium in the Old School Hall by Nick Clarke with Margaret Haughton
Book Club – meets once a month, mostly on a Tuesday evening, at 7.00pm. The meeting is very informal and includes some nibbles and a glass of wine. A £1 per member per meeting donation is made. Book Clubbers take it in turn to choose a book for future reading which is then borrowed by the Club through the excellent County Library service so that a month or more is available for the book to be read before the meeting. The next meeting is on Tuesday 21st May at 77 The Street, Barney. The book is ‘The Interpretation of Murder’ by Jed Rubenfeld. Inevitably the discussion ranges far outside the confines of the book under review and generally makes for an relaxed, entertaining and informative evening. If you would like to join us for an evening for a ‘trial run’, please just come along on one of the future dates, or if you would like a bit more information please call me on 01328 878053. Mike Marshall.
Newslt May 2013
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FULMODESTON NEWSLEETER May13
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Unfortunately, the Cricket Pavilion on the Barney playing field has been vandalised. Windows have been broken and the rear door damaged, possibly beyond repair. People have also been on the roof, which may also have been damaged. The matter will be reported to the police. I would be very grateful if people could keep an eye out for any suspicious behaviour around the Pavilion as the club simply cannot afford to keep carrying out repairs.
Hindringham Methodist Guild invites you to its Wednesday evening meetings in the Chapel, The Street, Hindringham
Apart from the events on 17th April all meetings begin at 7.15 p.m.
3 Apr. – William Armstrong will tell us about his work as the County Coroner.
10 Apr. – Jane Heath of Fulmodeston on “The Quakers”.
17 Apr. – An evening with the “Martham Choir” – begins at 7.30 p.m.
24 Apr. – A Members’ Evening
1 May – Max Mariner “The Norfolk & Norwich Association for the Blind”.
8 May – Adrian Vaughan – “Railways & Religion in 19th Century Norwich”
15 May – Pippa Cook – will look back on her “Life as a School Teacher”.