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May 2016

Grimston, Roydon
Congham and Pott Row

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THE VILLAGE LINK


GRIMSTON, POTT ROW, ROYDON & CONGHAM
Hello Everyone
As I write this, I have just heard that April has been colder than Last December,
and that we are in for an icy blast over the weekend but hopefully by the time you
read this it will have passed by and it will be much warmer and sunnier too.
This months cover picture is courtesy of Rick Aldous who always submits such
lovely pictures, Thank you Rick.
The Deadline for submissions for the June issue is 18th May

EDITOR:
ADVERTISING:

Chrissy Shale
grimstonvillagelink@outlook.com
KL-617817
haywood301@btinternet.com
Roger Haywood,
KL-630301
Contributions by e-mail should if possible be sent as plain text,
or if on paper should be delivered to 9,Leziate Drove, Pott Row PE32 1DB
Distribution: George Wood (Congham), Mary Roper (Grimston),
Kath Evison (Roydon), Roger Haywood (Pott Row)

THE VILLAGE LINK can now be seen on line at the Churches web site www.ggmbenefice.uk
WEB SITE EDITOR: Contact Steve Williamson, editor@ggmbenefice.co.uk
01553-630203
TEAM RECTOR : The Revd. Jane Holmes
jmh200@btinternet.com
01553 636227
TEAM VICAR :
The Revd. Judith Pollard
wotzpollard@aol.com
601251
ST. BOTOLPH'S CHURCH, GRIMSTON
Wardens:
Mrs Jan. Willson, 50 Chapel Road, Pott Row
Mrs Ellen Scott, 18 Rectory Close Roydon
ST. ANDREWS CHURCH, CONGHAM
Wardens:
Mrs Helen Lilley, Heath House, Hillington
ALL SAINT'S CHURCH, ROYDON
Wardens:
Mr Colin Grimes, 74, Station Road, Roydon
Mr Ivan Hudson, 72, Station Road, Roydon
CHURCH ORGANISATIONS
WAHM Club:
Mrs Ellen Scott, 18, Rectory Close, Roydon
Child Protection Officer: Mrs Shirley Hone, 8, Lynn Road, Grimston
Bell Ringers:
Mr Michael Harding, 4, Stebbings Close Pott Row Grimston
POTT ROW METHODIST CHURCH
Minister:
Rev. Catherine Dixon, 9, Peckover Way, South Wootton
Church
Mr Stephen Watts, 32 Chapel Road

601666
600612
600153

600059
600471
600612
600750
600041
01553-676918
600593

Village Website: www.grimston.org.uk


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To Brexit or not to Brexit? that is the question!
Our votes (yours and mine) as we go to the Polls next month to decide whether the
UK wishes to remain a member of the European Union will probably be the most
important vote we will make at the polls in our life time. It will affect all of us.
The stay in crowd say:
Jobs We maintain trade relations with the continent and thereby secure jobs.
National Security "It is through the EU that we exchange criminal records and
passenger records and work together on counter-terrorism,"
National Financial Impact The UK's status as one of the world's biggest financial
centres will be diminished if it is no longer seen as a gateway to the EU for the likes of
US banks,
BUT the get out crowd say:
Jobs Control of our own boarders means we decide how many immigrants come to
the UK limit the numbers coming in and there will be more jobs available for those
already here.
National Security Unless we get out we leave the "door open" to terrorist attacks.
Open borders do not allow us to check and control people.
National Financial Impact Free from EU rules a regulations Britain could reinvent
itself AND there would be an immediate cost saving, as the country would no longer
contribute to the EU budget (13bn)
These are just some of the arguments. None of the above statements tell the full
story by any means but you can see my dilemma as there seems to be equally good
arguments on both sides of the campaign so who to believe and who is right? What
to do?
I've been pondering this conundrum and there is a big part of me, as a Christian, that
says stay with our friends in Europe; we are better, stronger together and surely we
should aim to be an inclusive nation, welcoming and willing to work with our brothers
and sisters across our boarders in fellowship and love. Together we can form policies
and friendships that benefit everyone and are a beacon of light in the world. After all
(on a much smaller scale admittedly) that is what our group of ten churches are
aiming to do here to see ourselves as one body of faithful people who help each
other, work together, pray together, worship together and reach out together to our
communities with God's love. We are about taking away boundaries not putting
them up.
But then someone remarked to me that if the EU were embedded in Christian Values
that would be fine but sadly it more often seems to be about grabbing at power and
the selfish aims of individuals or individual nations.
So where does this leave us? To Brexit or not to Brexit? For me that is still the BIG
question! I shall now go off into a quiet room to pray about it and hope to hear God's
still small voice guiding my hand as I place my X. Or should that be
With Love Revd Jane
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Amandas Home Help


Domestic Cleaning Ironing

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Landscape and Gardening


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Established 2004
References Available

Tel. 01485 570159


Mobile 07791 539280

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DOMESTIC OIL FIRED
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TEL: 01553-828148
MOBILE 079313 55595

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Established Family Business for over 100 Years

Pott Row, PE32 1BY


Purveyors of Quality fresh meats,
Pork Sausages, Burgers, Pork Cheese,
Home Cooked Pies, Pasties and Cakes
(all made to our own family recipes)
Organic and Free Range Poultry

Telephone Daytime 600222


Evening 600127

Linda's
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Unisex
Hairdresser
Call Linda on
07876121216
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Support for computers


running Microsoft
Windows
Advice

Troubleshooting

Disaster Recovery

Networks

Training
20 yrs commercial experience

Michael de Whalley BA
Tel: 01485 600391
Email: m_de_whalley
@hotmail.com

Domestic Appliance Repairs


A.G.M. SERVICES OFFER
Repairs, Safety Checks and Servicing
for peace of mind all year round
We fix all major brands:
Washing Machines Dishwashers Tumble Dryers
Cookers Storage Heaters Fridges/Freezers etc.

Trust A.G.M. Services to ensure your appliances are up and running again!
For a fast and reliable service contact
GRAHAM on: Tel: 01553 673398
Mobile: 07760 782202
Minor electrical works also undertaken
(extra sockets, lighting etc) please enquire

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Greenfingers April 2016


Over 60 members attended the Spring Show and Supper, which has become
a very popular annual event. The Village Fryer again provided the excellent
fish and chip supper and we are indebted to Wayne Simper for arranging this.
There were approximately 70 vases of flowers displayed, turning the end of
the Village Hall into a mini Chelsea. Jenny Baker very generously gave her
time to judge the entries: not an easy task! Winners were:
1st Veronica Stevens, 2nd Brian Woollatt,
3rd Val Waterfield
st
3 Dwarf Daffodils:
1 Ann Ess 2nd, Margaret Gladman,
3rd Sandra Rawson.
st
3 Tulips (one variety): 1 Sharon Coleman, 2nd Pauline Crump,
3rd Kath Evison.
st
3 Tulips (mixed):
1 Judy Woollatt, 2nd Sue Barlow,
3rd Pauline Crump.
st
Vase of Spring Flowers: 1 Cynthia Jackson, 2nd Sharon Coleman,
3rd Eileen Godsall.
3 Trumpet Daffodils:

Jenny Baker was given a vote of thanks.


Mary Roper was presented with the salver awarded for the most points in the
Plant of the Month Competition during the past year.
Members were asked to select a charity to support for 2016. The choices
were Blood Bikes, The Macmillan Centre at the QEH and the Magpie Centre
Riding for the Disabled. Members present voted to support Blood Bikes.
The Plant and Cake Sale takes place on May 28th in the Village Hall from
10am to 12 noon. Members were reminded to provide plants and cakes for
this, raising money for club funds.
Payment is due for the coach trip to Barnsdale on June 22nd.
Our next meeting is on May 10th, when Pauline Harper's talk
U 2 Can Show will give an insight into preparing garden produce and plants
for the Annual Horticultural Show in September. All are welcome, especially
any visitors.

GREENFINGERS' GARDENING CLUB


Plant & Cake Sale
on Saturday May 28th
from 10am till 12 noon
in The Village Hall, Pott Row.
Refreshments available

Entry free
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TiddlyPotts Playgroup
An egg-cellent morning at was had at TiddlyPotts on the last session of the
term.
Thank you very much to the Reverend Dixon for joining us and reading us the
Easter Story.
The children (and adults!) enjoyed their snack...carrot cupcakes and hot cross
buns! Thank you very much to Beryl who popped down to see us and gave all
the children some lovely Easter Eggs.
During craft time the children made Easter Cards and Easter Bunny Cups!
TiddlyPotts offered an Easter Garden to Pott Row Methodist Church which was
on display during the Easter celebrations, I think you will agree that it looked
lovely with the flowers that the children attending our playgroup made.
The Easter Bunny made an early visit to TiddlyPotts and left the children more
eggs that they happily took home with them at the end of the session.
TiddlyPotts opens 9:30 - 11:30 every Friday during term time at Pott Row
Methodist Church. If you haven't been before, please pop down and see us for
a taster session (1.50 per child, 50p for additional children). We run an
allocated space system which Emma or Dionne will be happy to discuss with
you.
Best Wishes
Emma & Dionne - Playgroup Leaders

Hudson Fen:
We have noted that some people are taking chainsaws on to Hudson Fen to
cut down trees. Nobody is allowed to do this on Hudson, Sugar & Derby Fens
without the express permission of the Trustees. You are allowed to pick up
fallen/dead wood and take "what you can carry on your bike", but definitely not
allowed to cut any trees or branches without permission.
The Trustees, Grimston Fen & Allotment Trust.

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Proprietor: Nickie Bantoft FCCA

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Full accountancy services within the NW Norfolk area. Initial consultation free of charge.
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The Boathouse Business Centre, Harbour Square, Nene Parade, Wisbech, Cambs PE13 3BH
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DOMESTIC
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REPAIRS
Washing Machines
Tumble Dryers
Cookers
Fridges and Freezers
DK APPLIANCES
Shop 01553 768557
Mobile 07775 858255

Of

07780-776576

THE THREE

HORSESHOES
Local country pub in the heart of the village
of Roydon.
Serving real ales and traditional pub food.

Bank Holiday Monday 30th May


Beer, BBQ & Baroness and the Bear.
From 4pm
Open Wednesday to Saturday 12.00 11pm
(Food 12.00-3.00pm and 6pm-9pm) Sun 12.00-10pm (Food 12.00-8pm)

Tel: 01485 600666


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SHEDS
FENCING
HEDGE
TRIMMING
Phone Eric on
01553-630208
Mobile 07867860820
Free Estimates
AA COKER
CHIMNEY
SWEEP
Complete Brush
and Vacuum
Cowls and Bird
Guards fitted
Friendly and
Reliable Service
Kings Lynn and surrounding
areas 01553 810114
07706 828791
www.chimneysweepkingslynn.co.uk

Im also a handyman, with a van,


and garden clearance service

G.W.LAKE
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MERCHANT
Wide
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Coal and
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Beauty at it's purest


Supplier of Forever Aloe
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Qualified Make Up Artist
and Beauty Therapists

Collections 25kg bags c


at Yard

Fully insured

HILL FARM,
POTT ROW, GRIMSTON
01485 600540

Roydon, King's Lynn


Phone: 07896169071

C. P. COOPER
PLUMBING &
HEATING
Tel. 01553 674 508
Mobile: 07971 772 732
for all your plumbing
and heating needs
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Pure Serenity

Email: CaitlinChambersmua@gmail.com

Mole Control and


Pest Services Ltd
Alan V. Barlow
3 The Grove,
Pott Row
Mobile 07789 758741
Home 01485 600178

GRIMSTON MEDICAL
CENTRE
01485 600341
TRAVEL VACCINES
Grimston Medical Centre is a World Health Organisation
designated yellow fever vaccination centre.

As well as offering vaccination against yellow fever, we can


provide vaccination against diseases such as Hepatitis A,
Typhoid, Meningitis and Rabies. Our practice nurses have
access to Travax, a travel website for health professionals
that provides the latest information about vaccination
requirements and malaria prophylaxis.

If you are planning to travel abroad, make an appointment


to see the practice nurse about eight weeks before departure
so that you can discuss your travel vaccination needs and
receive all the necessary immunisations in good time.
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Team
Treasured Chest
Invite you to.

Afternoon Tea and More!


At
Grimston Village Hall
On
Sunday 8 May 2 5pm
th

In Aid of

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Team Treasured Chest a local team from Pott Row & Ashwicken will be hitting
Clapham Common to take part in The Moonwalk London on 14th May 2016
walking 26.3 miles through the night, hopefully by the light of the moon!
As part of our fund raising effort we are holding an Afternoon Tea on the 8th
May see poster in Village Link.
Hope you can and support us and help raise much needed funds to support
breast cancer causes not only with research but also helping those with cancer.
Look forward to seeing you on the 8th May for an afternoon of Fun & Fundraising.
Sharon Coleman, Tammy Churchyard, Harriet Nichols, Emily Churchyard-Davies.

Congham Parish Council


Our next meeting at Congham Hall Writing Room 7.00pm
The Annual Parish Council which will be held on Monday 23rd
May 2016.
I am sure everyone is enjoying the lovely daffodils along St Andrews Lane and on
Low Rd; these were planted last October by Congham Councillors and George
Wood and Jill and Dave Garten.
If you have any suggestions for further improving the environment of Congham,
please let us know and/or send your suggestions to the Clerk.
Highways Rangers come to the village every 3 months. Please let me know if you
see anything that needs to be attended to such as the footpaths, road surfaces,
signs, grips, ditches, grass verges.
Kate Sayer conghamclerk@btinternet.com 01485 600825

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D.P. WESTRUP
ELECTRICAL SERVICES
PART P REGISTERED
INDUSTRIAL
COMMERCIAL
DOMESTIC
I.E.E. TESTING
Telephone
01485
524196

Westwood Bespoke Joinery Ltd


Manufacturers of High Quality Purpose Made Joinery & Cabinetry
All Types of Hardwood & Softwood Joinery Supplied & Installed
Sliding Sash Windows, Flush Casement Windows, Doors & Frames
All Types of Staircases CAD Designed & Manufactured
Specialist for Joinery in Listed Buildings & Conservation Areas
Over 38 Years Local Trade Experience
For Friendly Professional Advice and a Free No Obligation Quotation

Contact Steve on 07786 392848


Email steve@westwoodbespokejoineryltd.co.uk

Happy
Hounds
Professional Dog Grooming

City and Guilds Qualified


Friendly, professional
service

Please ring Julie


07867773340 or
01485 601409

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Carpentry
Locksmith & Key Cutting
Automotive Locksmith & Key Cutting
UPVC & Garage, Window and Door Repairs
Glazing & Board Ups
24 Hour call out
Telephone Richard Brown 01553 774775 / 01760 338405
Email info@rkb247.co.uk
www.rkb247.co.uk

Grimston Parish Council News


Our next meeting will be on Monday 9th May in the Village Hall. The Annual
Parish Meeting will be at 7 p.m. & The Parish Council AGM will follow at 8 p.m. or
before.
Co-option: We are now able to co-opt a new councilor to replace Trevor
Stebbings. If you would like to be considered as a new councilor, please write to
the Clerk at 11 Back Lane, Pott Row or email grimstonpc@btinternet.com by
Saturday 7th May and attend the 9th May Council meeting, when you will be
given a chance to introduce yourself.
Talk by Anglian Water: We had another talk & Qs & As session with
representatives of Anglian Water, but sadly they could not come up with anything
we wanted to hear. They have surveyed our sewage system and repaired many
leaks that allow ground water to get in the system, but our problem of sewage
flowing down Chapel Road is still happening in heavy rain (twice this year so far).
With more than 50 new homes being given permission in Pott Row, it will only
make our problem worse, plus large numbers of new homes getting permission in
Gayton, which also feeds into Grimston Sewage Works. Anglian Water claim that
they cannot stop planning permissions and they have no plans in the foreseeable
future to spend any capital amounts to improve our system. We are writing to
Henry Bellingham to ask him to go higher with Anglian Water and government
departments. Please write as well - the more letters he gets the more incentive to
fight for us!
Triangle Green: At the junction of Chequers Road & Lynn Road. You may notice
that this Green has not been cut this year. The Parish Council is holding a trial to
encourage wild flowers to grow and will be cutting & raking the Green about July,
then again at the end of the season. We are trying this for a one year trial initially
to see how it goes.
Rubbish Dumping in Back Lane (Grimston end): We are still seeing garden
rubbish being dumped on to Back Lane, at the Grimston end, mainly from the
properties in Lynn Road, who back on to the track. Back Lane is a public highway
all the way from Pott Row to Grimston and fly tipping is not allowed.
John Missing, Clerk to Grimston P/C.

GRIMSTON VILLAGE HALL


A big THANK YOU to the people who have supported the Book and Jigsaw
Puzzle Sales this year. The money raised will help and support the Village
Hall.
Book & Jigsaw Sales will recommence in October.
Watch this space!
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Grimston and District WI


Our January meeting was well attended. We had two speakers from the
Wellbeing Service, a local organisation that helps people with anxiety problems
or depression, anyone who needs someone to talk to. We all have worries at
times and it's good to know there is someone who can help. In February we had
a social evening with cakes that we all enjoyed. Our March speaker was Elaine
Rudd from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn who spoke to us about
breast cancer and the Keeping Abreast charity. A new unit is about to be opened
at the hospital to support breast cancer patient. The competition was a
decorated bra. It was won by Mary Roper with a bra holding pots of primroses!
Alison Barlow was second and Pat Watts was third.
Thank you very much, Mary Lupton.

Friends of St. Botolph's, Grimston.


Notice is hereby given that the 13th Annual General Meeting of Friends of St.
Botolph's will take place on Tuesday, May 17th, 2016 commencing at 7.30pm in
church.
After a brief business meeting, there will be an illustrated short talk by Alan Gray
entitled 'Our oldest building in Grimston' followed by cheese and wine
refreshments.
All are welcome.

Pott Row Methodist Church Quiz


Its Quiz time again to start our fund raising year.
|This will take place on Friday 20th May at 7.30pm.
Teams of up to six at 2.50 per person, to include Tea/coffe and
biscuits.
Ricky will be our quiz master again he picks the questions hard
enough to make you think, but easy enough to be fun.
We look forward to seeing you all again (or for the first time?)
To book your team, please ring Jenny on 01553 630369
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BARTRUM
CARPENTRY
Qualified carpenter &
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experience
All aspects of carpentry
Private & commercial
work undertaken
CSCS registered
Kitchens, floors &
doors supplied / fitted
Bespoke pine & oak
furniture

Call Richard on
07717 414256
01485 601165

FLEETWOOD INDEPENDENT
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Independent Financial Advisers offering professional advice on

RETIREMENT PLANNING. INVESTMENTS & SAVINGS.


MORTGAGES. LIFE COVER.
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SPECIALISTS IN PERMANENT HEALTH INSURANCE
If you would like to arrange a confidential no obligation
discussion on any of the products please contact us on

01485 600 492. 07825728754

Established
1973

Charity No.
1039558

In the grounds of Gayton Primary School, Lynn Road, Gayton


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BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
QUALIFIED STAFF PREPARE YOUR CHILD FOR SCHOOL
IN A SAFE AND FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY (51 weeks)
OFSTED graded OUTSTANDING
2 year funding available subject to entitlement

CONTACT ALISON JONES ON :

01553 636606

NEVILLE GODFREY LTD


For all your asphalt and tarmac
Driveways, footpaths, forecourts
and tennis courts etc

NEVILLES
Mini Digger
(for hire
with
driver)

Please phone for free estimate and advice

also PVC
Welding
repairs,
trailer covers, waterproof
covers, curtains, lorry sheets

01553 771406 / 07909 905456

Phone 01553 766039


Mobile 07946 311650
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SERVICES FOR MAY 2016


1st May
9.00am

6th Sunday of Easter


St Mary East Walton

9.30am
10.30am
10.30am
11.00am
4th May
9.00am
5th May
6pm
8th May
10.30am

St Lawrence Harpley
St Botolph Grimston
St Nicholas, Gayton
St Mary Great Massingham
Wednesday
St. Lawrence Harpley
Ascension Day
All Saints Ashwicken
7th Sunday of Easter
St Marys Great Massingham

4pm
15th May
8.30am

Pott Row Methodist Chapel


Pentecost
All Saints, Roydon

Holy Communion

9.30am

St Andrew Little Massingham

Holy Communion

10.30am
10.30am

St Nicholas, Gayton
St Botolph, Grimston

Holy Communion
Family Service

11.00am
11.15am
3pm
22nd May
8.30am

St Mary Great Massingham


St Lawrence Harpley
All Saints Ashwicken
Trinity Sunday
St Andrew, Congham

Family Service
Sung Holy Communion
Reader Celebration

10.30am
10.30am
11.00am
29th May
8.30am

St Nicholas, Gayton
St Botolph, Grimston
St Mary Great Massingham
1st Sunday after Trinity
All Saints Ashwicken

10.30am
10.30am
5th June
10.30am

St Mary Great Massingham


St Andrew Little Massingham
2nd Sunday after Trinity
St Botolph Grimston

Holy Communion
Family Service
Holy Communion
Family Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Ascension Service
Group Holy Communion
The Gap

Holy Communion
Morning Worship
Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Holy Communion
Healing and wholeness
Holy Communion
Group Holy Communion

Please note that the Bishop of Lynn will be preaching at the service on 5th
June, therefore we have changed the first two Sunday services over so 12th
June will be are normal pattern for 1st Sunday.
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Parish Register
Baptisms
rd
3 April at All Saints, Ashwicken
Cameron Harry Martin George
Sienna Martine George
th
17 April at St Nicholas, Gayton
Noah James Dennis
Funerals
th
7 April at Mintlyn Crematorium
Brenda Gray of Pott Row
th
14 April at Mintlyn Crematorium
Brian Thompson of Grimston

Dates for your diary


Monthly Benefice Prayer Meetings
Join us as we gently pray
together over matters across
our parishes.
st
1 May 6pm All Saints Ashwicken
Please note there will not be a
prayer meeting is June, as the
Bishop will be with us that day.
Ascension Day
We will be holding a short service of
meditation and reflection for
Ascension Day at 6pm on Thursday
th
5 May at All Saints Church
Ashwicken.
th
Central Visitation 16 May
7pm at The Minster Kings Lynn.
Both our Bishops will be attending
the Minister to tell us of the plans for
the future. Do come along and hear
what they have to say.
Reader Celebration.
This year our reader Joy Smith
celebrates 25 years as a reader
th
On Sunday 15 May at 3pm at All
Saints Ashwicken we are having a
service of celebration for Joy as she
looks over her life as a Reader.

Study Groups.
NEW. The SCREWTAPE
LETTERS .
After the success of the Lent
courses, further evenings of informal
exploration and discussion of CS
Lewis's work.
The secret's out.
You've stumbled upon
a mysterious series of recorded
conversations between two demons
tasked with securing the demise of
their human "patients.
Funny and frightening stories - just
bring your imagination and enjoy a
time with friends in warm and
welcoming surroundings. The same
letters are being looked at
alternating fortnightly in 2 separate
venues.
Starting 5th. May 7.00pm at Ellen &
Charles Scott's , 18 Rectory Close,
Roydon PE32 1AS
Starting 12th May at 7.00pm at Kim
& Allan Frazer's , Cobwebs, Station
Rd.,Gt Massingham PE32 2HW
Call Joy Smith 01485 600769 or
Revd. Judith Pollard 01485 601251
to learn more.

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Pott Row Methodist Church


Divine Worship for May 2016 at
10.30am
1st May Revd Catherine Dixon

Messy Church this month will be


held in the Jubilee Hall at Gayton on
th
Thursday 27 May
Arrival 3.30pm for colouring and
refreshments strict kick off with
songs and story by 4pm.
We look forward to seeing you there
for some more fun (and food!)

The Church as a Family

8th May Mr John Houghton from


Germans
15th May To be arranged by Local
Methodists
22nd May Revd Catherine Dixon
29th May Mrs Jenny Sparkes from
Stanhoe
Coffee Morning will be on Thursday
12th May
at 32 Chapel Road from 10.30am
Pott Row Lunch will be on
Thursday 26th May
from 12 noon
20th May Quiz night - for more
information
ring Jenny on 01553 630369

Family services coming up will be:


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Gayton - Sunday 1 May


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Grimston - Sunday 15 Mayl
All at 10.30am
Do come and join us!

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DOMESTIC PLUMBING SERVICES


Repair or replacement of Leaking Taps,
Ball valves, pipes etc.
Washing machine, dishwasher and
bathroom installation. Blocked drains.
Call JOHN on 01553 631792 evenings

Rachael Spooner
MCFHP MAFHP
Foot health
professional
FOR ADVICE OR
AN APPOINTMENT

01485 601128

Caring for your feet


in the comfort of
your own home

ROBERT BRAMHAM
Your LOCAL
Carpenter/Handyman
Call for friendly advice or
a no-obligation estimate

Tel 01485 601329


Mobile 07771 984360
Email r.bramham@gmail.com
37 Church Lane, Roydon

Friendly and reliable service ~ free quotations


Over 10 years experience Fully insured
Approved supplier and installer of UPVC Windows, conservatories, doors,
fascia & guttering, cladding, garage doors and car ports.
Approved installer of Firestone flat rubber roofing & GRP Fibre Glass
roofing
Call Tim Curtis on 07794 085473 / 01553 760543
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Your local

HANDYWOMAN
HANDYWOMAN
NAOMI LITTLEWOOD
Mobile 07557790226
yourlocalhandywoman@gmail.com

NO JOB TOO SMALL

R.J. STAFF Garden Maintenance


& Landscape Contractors
Grass Mowing Turfing Border Maintenance
Seeding Fencing Paving Tree Cutting
Pruning Garden Waste Removal
Sand, Shingle, Topsoil, Cement delivered
We will treat your garden as if its our own!

Tel. 01485-600753
Mobile 07860-217764
4 Hazel Close, The Meadows, Grimston
e-mail: richard@rjstaff.freeserve.co.uk
established 1983
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Holly Meadows School


Holly Meadows has a new Deputy Headteacher, Miss Amy Harvey. She has
joined the school from St Martha's Primary School and we are delighted that she
is also the class teacher for Aldrin Class. Miss Harvey is already getting to know
us and has helped us to get many things sorted, including encouraging the
children to make a beautiful birthday card for Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday.
This was done by each of the children drawing a portrait of the Queen on a stamp
shaped piece of paper and colouring it using only Red, White and Blue. It was
quite a difficult task but they managed admirably by using our art skills. The card
was posted to the Palace and we hope The Queen enjoys seeing it amongst all
the others she will receive. The portraits have been mounted in the front hall in
the school and have attracted much positive praise.
Miss Harvey is also working on a number of aspects relating to Diversity and
making sure that we follow up Ofsted's requirements to get us to Outstanding.
The children will be taking part in a Diversity workshop day in school, taking a
different country for each class. Our sports day on 1 July will also have an
international feel as we take an Olympic theme, hopefully with an international
picnic lunch in the middle of the day watch out for details! We wish Miss Harvey
the best of luck and many happy years in our lovely school.
At Holly Meadows we like the children to have lots of opportunities in school as
well as out of school hours. We are training them to be safe by the road when
walking, off road on their bikes and on the road. The school is working to become
a centre of excellence for cycling as we feel it is so important that the children in
our beautiful rural areas are able to be independent, get out and experience the
benefits and pleasures of the outside areas. Please watch out for them as they
are making use of their skills as we all remember how hard it is to recall the road
safety information along with remembering to pedal, steer and balance! We start
very young with cycle training at our school using the Balanceability bikes that
have two wheels but no pedals at all. They are great for helping children to learn
all the things needed to start them off on all the skills they need but with the
pressure of pedalling removed!
And finally, at the end of May we are going to be holding a Purple Fashion Show
in support of the Stroke Awareness Charity. The children will be able to parade on
the catwalk in outfits they have designed or just simply own that are purple we
are really looking forward to seeing what they look like; we hope that we will be
able to get lots of support. Watch out for the posters and photos on the website.
Best wishes, Rachael Williams, Headteacher

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Little Pegasus New Nursery and Day Care centre for the
villages
As some of you out there are aware, we have been trying for some time to open a
family-style Nursery and Day Care Centre for the area. It has been a long haul,
but things are now progressing well. After five months of jumping through various
hoops, we have now been given planning permission for change of use and a
lease is being drawn up for 'The Old Booking Office' in Roydon. Thank you to all
those people, who have supported us in this.
We are now in the process of obtaining and installing a disabled W.C. and
planning a ramp for fair access. All resources are purchased (our dining room
looks like a hoarders paradise) and we are looking forward to re-locating them
into the new building.
The back of the Old Booking Office initially looked like a jungle from 'Get me out
of here', and is in the process of being tamed. Thank you so much to local parents
for their offers of help to make this a safe place for our little ones to play.
Anyone interested in supporting us in any way with their skills or manpower would
be more update chat or application form.
Sharon and Martin Sewell

St Andrews Church Spring Walk 2016


Despite the inclement weather we had plenty of hardy walkers who enjoyed the
walk around Congham. Walkers and non walkers met back in the church for soup
and a time of socialising. The afternoon was rounded of with tea, coffee and cake!
As well as having an enjoyable time 82:50 was raised for the church.

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WAYNE TUFFS
Accommodation

En Suite Rooms
Full Disabled Facilities
Off Road Parking

Bricklayer and General Builder

13, High Cottages


Congham

All building work undertaken, including


new builds, extensions, garden walls,
patios, tiling, alterations, repairs,
and more

Jayne & Rob


01485 601358

Tel: 01485 601152 Mobile: 07879 476127

Walnuts
Cattery

TUESDAY & FRIDAY


EVENINGS
SATURDAY MORNING
TO FIND US PLEASE CALL
ON
07769 580 758

BOARDING

Weekly or Weekends

Pauline Suckling
22 The Walnuts, Grimston
01485 600845
07887 982887

RAILWAY MEMORABILIA FROM

GRIMSTON ROAD STATION


WANTED BY LOCAL COLLECTOR WITH FAMILY
RAILWAY CONNECTIONS
ESPECIALLY OLD ENAMEL AND CAST IRON SIGNS,
LAMPS ETC.
Other local stations such as Hillington and Gayton Road
considered.
Good price offered for right items
Please contact Roger on 01485 541566

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Tree surgery &


hedge maintenance

JOHN MINDHAM
(Professionally Insured)
Tel. 01760-755423
(Westacre);
07770 488788

Friendly, Reliable Service


References Available
Fully Insured
No Job Too Small
e. info@fairgreengardening.co.uk

VERY REASONABLE
RATES

Grimston
Village Hall
CLIFFE-EN-HOWE ROAD
POTT ROW

Telephone
Hillington 600440
Registered Charity 303963

m. 07990 795574

Howard and Jary


Development Ltd

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b u i l d e r s

Renovation Specialists
Extensions
New Builds
Listed and Heritage Buildings
Building Maintenance
Insurance
50 Vancouver Avenue, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE30 5RD
01553 340128 07834239646 info@howardandjary.co.uk www.howardandjary.co.uk

MOBILE

HAIRDRESSING

R&B TURF &


GROUNDCARE
MACHINERY
SPECIALISTS

Helen

Servicing and Repairs to all


makes of
Lawnmowers ~ Ride-ons
Garden Machinery

Tel. 01485 600901

Tel: 01485 540645

or 0777 5514 572


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WE MEND ~ YOU MOW

From
Repairs,
Alteration & Decorating,
to Fitted Bedroom, Kitchens,
Carpentry Work & Tiling.
Professional, reliable & fully
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your free quotation:
Tel: 07947 640 740
or 01485 600981

www. norfolkproperty
maintenance.com

DAVID CRAVEN
ACIOB

Architectural Services
For all Residential Planning
and Building Regulation
Applications
Also Project Management
Services offered
Tel 07585 442550
email david.manor@sky.com

DEMENTIA ADVENTURE

Memory problems? YOU'RE NOT ALONE!


Quite a few people in our villages have been diagnosed with dementia or
Alzheimer's and no doubt others are worried about the possibility.
Dementia Adventure is locally based and get together every couple of weeks and
do lots of different things, but often involving eating and drinking at some point!
It's all very informal and people turn up as and when they can.
Recently we have been to Trues Yard in King's Lynn and Ware Hall in Wells next
the Sea, followed by a pub lunch in both cases.
Coming up soon, we have invited a Consultant Psychiatrist to come and answer
our questions about dementia and we are going to the bird reserve at Cley for a
guided walk. We are planning to go on a seal trip from Blakeney when the
weather gets a bit warmer, a picnic in the walled garden at Houghton and a
barbecue, amongst other things.
The group has been active for a couple of years now and it is good to share
experiences with others who really understand as well as having a lot of fun and
making new friends.
If you or a loved one are affected and would like to socialise informally or become
part of a support group, please phone Lesley on 01485 601220 at any time. If I'm
out I will ring you back!
You could also join a "Chillout Art" group session for carers on Monday mornings.
Call Lesley.

" OWLS
" OWLS" will meet for lunch May11th at The Pearl River, Kings Lynn at midday,
and June 29th will be The Swan at South Wootton.
We have just enjoyed a lunch at "The Carpenters Arms" . Do have the sticky
toffee pudding if you go. It is excellent. Stan and Joan Marmot joined us for the
first time....I hope they will be regulars from now on.
For transport ring Judith Gough 01485 609217; or email
goughpj@btinternet.com.
See you there !

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Grimston Eye latest


While enjoying this year's daffodils, the lovely result of the earlier combined
community effort, it was such a shame that in one week the smell of spring(?) was
not quite what we were expecting to pervade the village! For a change the sun was
shining, but the clothes lines were not enjoying the sun anymore that day and we
prayed for the rain to fall! I would think some ears might have been burning!
I noticed the post office was shut on the Monday bank holiday but we were given
plenty of warning. I am glad to see how well the family have settled in and we all find
them most helpful.
At the heart of our village is the Medical Centre - reading in the press of many
practices that are having great problems we are so thankful for the way we are
served here, and trust that that heart will keep going strong!

Polite Notice to Dog Owners


Editor's Note: The following is printed at the request of a local resident.

Please could all dog owners make sure their dogs are under control when out on
walks around the villages.
There has recently been an incident where dogs have broken into a garden from
fields backing on to it.
While it is enjoyable for dogs to run freely, safety must be the most important
factor.
Shouldn't dogs be kept on a lead to achieve this?

Wanted Bric-a-brac etc


Bric-a- brac, toys, games, clothing/shoes -children's, adults, vintage, handbags,
household goods all urgently needed for the GIANT JUMBLE RUMBLE being
held on Saturday, 4th June in the Vancouver Centre in aid of the Mayor's Charity
and MIND.
Please contact Cllr Susan Fraser on 01485 600263 or (Cllr.susan.fraser@westnorfolk.gov.uk) to arrange delivery/collection.

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CRAVEN HOLMES Design & Build Ltd


For quality new build, extensions and barn
conversion
Specialising in traditional stonework
Just Design or Just build options are available too!
Providing professional services for more than 20 years

07585442550 / david .manor@sky.com

JON SAUNDERS

Brian R Goodison

CARPENTRY & JOINERY

Carpentry, Joinery,
Plumbing,
Building Maintenance

Windows U.P.V.C. & Wood


Kitchens . Doors . Stairs
Bespoke Joinery, Restoration & Repairs

203 Wootton Road, King's Lynn

Tel : 01553 630825


Mob: 07949 301512
Email: BGoodison730@
BTinternet.com

TEL: 01553 673885 MOBILE: 07887 771063

No Job too Small

NO JOBS TOO SMALL


I DO THEM ALL

Midnight Motors
Vehicle Technicians

Services, mots, diagnostic


Breakdown, any car, any age
James Parker
82 Chapel Road, Pott Row
01485 601133 or 07788 136155
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ROBERT MENZIES
GARDEN MACHINERY SERVICES
12 LONG LANE. WEST WINCH. KINGS LYNN. PE33 0PG

SPECIALIST REPAIRS SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE


SPECIALIST REPAIRS SERVICING MAINTENANCE
DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL CONSTRUCTION
ANY MAKE ANY MODEL
OVER 37 YEARS EXPERIENCE
COLLECTION AND DELIVERY SERVICE

www.bobthemowerman.co.uk
Tel: 07542192125
THE SOLUTION TO YOUR GARDEN MACHINERY REQUIREMENTS

Tuesday to Saturday
9.30 5
Telephone for appointment

01553-630086
83 Leziate Drove
(by Chris Spraggs Garage)

J & J TREE SERVICES LTD

Commercial & Private Tree Contractors


Tree Surgery
Stump Grinding/Removal
Maintenance & Felling
Hedge Management
Site Clearance
Free Quotations
Tel. 01485 600647
Mobile 07930 718183
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The Last Word


Archbishop Justin Welby and Prime Minister David Cameron have both been in
the news recently due to revelations about their fathers. DNA testing revealed to
Justin Welby that the one who had raised him as his father was not his real father
at all. His response was naturally one of surprise but also an opportunity to point
out that as a Christian his true identity was as one made new through his faith in
Jesus Christ and adopted by God as his heavenly father. The Panama Papers
revealed to David Cameron that his father was an investor in off shore banking to
benefit his family, which he knew already. His response was to praise his Dad for
care of the family but also an opportunity to say how much he had been hurt by
criticism of his father for something that is quite legal.
It set me wondering how I would react if some private revelation was made about
my father. His portrait proudly hangs on the wall in our sitting room, and I enjoy
seeing visitors and friends glance at the picture then at me and back to the
picture. There is a likeness and I am sure we share the same DNA. But I am not
blind to his weaknesses, as much as I consider him to have been a good father.
One piece of financial advice future history proved to have been hopelessly
wrong! But given the frailty of all fathers I have learnt the grace of forgiving and
the realism of human fallibility.
Today we honour fathers just like mothers with a special day to send a card and a
gift. This is not always an easy day for some who have had an abusive dad, or
never known a dad, often through modern methods of conception. Likewise some
Christians find it hard to know God as heavenly Father. It is helpful to be
reminded that it was Jesus who pointedly taught us what is known as the Lord's
prayer for he knew for himself that God is good and God is loving, and can be
relied on in every circumstance of life.
So there is hope whatever revelation of our childhood comes to light or worse is
paraded across the media to sell a few more copies of newsprint or satisfy our
desire for gossip.

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Robert Fox Renovation


Your Complete Service
Tel. 01485 601246
Mob. 07745 677674
robertfoxrenovation@
hotmail.co.uk
Fully Insured

A modern and well-equipped practice


staffed by friendly qualified people, with
your pets best interest at heart

Hall Farm, Church Lane


Roydon, Kings Lynn
PE32 1AR
Consultations by appointment

01485 600022

Weekdays 09.00 12.00, 15.00 18.00


Saturday 09.00 12.00
24 hour emergency service
www.sunnysidevets.co.uk

Richard Lamb
BSc, Lic.Ac, M.B.Ac.C.
Traditional Chinese
Acupuncture
Grimston Medical Centre
600341
Telephone
01263823724
evenings
Home visits available
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PHIL HURR ROOFING


For all your roofing needs New roofs,
Re-roofs, Tiled & slate, Repairs and Leaks,
Lead work, Fascias and guttering,
Competitive Prices
Phone - 01485 609133 / 07881905067
32 Station Road, Roydon, KL, PE32 1AW

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THE ANVIL INN


St Andrew s Lane, Congham, Kings Lynn, PE32 1DU 01485 600625
Email: anvilcongham@gmail.com
Home Made Food served daily. Please drop in and collect a menu or give us a call.
Live Music: Bank Holiday Monday 2nd May 4pm Wheres the Dog?
Friday 6th May 9pm Docabilly Hounds
Friday 13th May 9pm Vex
Saturday 28th May 9pm The Roosters
Bank Holiday Monday 30th May 4pm Ned Kellys Ambush
Friday 3rd June Dead Horse New to The Anvil
Dementia Friendly Community Lunch Wed 11th May 12 noon to 2.30pm Bookings now being taken
Charity Events:
Thurs 19th May CarolinesCharity Bingo in aid of loca charity. Eyes Down 7.30pm.
Friday 27th May Charity Quiz in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulancel

Find us on FacebookAnvilcongham
A warm welcome from Karl, Kath and the team.

ARE YOU 65 OR OVER? NEED INFORMATION OR ADVICE ON THINGS TO DO,


GETTING OUT AND ABOUT, STAYING SAFE AND WELL OR CARING FOR
SOMEONE, THEN...

Living Independently in Later Years


a directory of services, activities, advice
and guidance for older people living in
West Norfolk
Available online at www.asklily.org.uk
or by calling 01553 616200

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Telephone numbers are as from Hillington exch (01485) for Kings Lynn numbers, dial 01553
1st Gayton Rainbows: Karen Williamson,79 Chapel Road, Pott Row
07774 557280
Art Group: Mrs Sue Willis, 3 Fen Lane, Pott Row
KL-630579
Ashwicken V.A. School, Head Teacher: Mrs Susan Collison
KL-630352
Beavers, Cubs & Scouts: Mr Ian Hall, 4 The Walnuts, Grimston
600470
Bowls Club: Mrs Daphne Parsons, 3 Bracken Way, Grimston
601492
1st Brownies: Catherine Leigh, Old Forge, Church Farm Barns, Gayton
KL-636318
Council (Borough of King's Lynn & West Norfolk)
KL-692722
County Councillors: Congham: John Dobson, Moat Cottage, Old Hunstanton Hall
534265
Grimston & Roydon: Jason Law, 11 The Howards, North Wootton
524217
Crafty Villagers Theresa George
KL-630538
Cricket Club: Mr Tim Tilbrook, Willow Farm, Station Road, Roydon
601413
Borough Councillors: Congham, Mr Mike Tilbury, The Cottage, Station Road, Gt. Massingham
520340,
Grimston, Pott Row, Roydon, Mrs Susan Fraser cllr.susan.fraser@west-norfolk.gov.uk
600263
District Nurse: Grimston Medical Centre, Congham Road
KL- 668777
Dementia Adventure: Leslie Williams
601220
Doctors' Surgery: Drs Archer, Scott & Clifton, Medical Centre, Congham Road
600341
Fen & Allotment Trust: Mr John Missing, 11 Back Lane, Pott Row
600875
Flitham V.P.A. School: Head Teacher: Mrs Angela Eden
600383
Football: Mr Allan Dungey, 8 Hawthorn Avenue, Grimston
601279
Fourville Players: Mrs Margaret Garrod, Ivy Cottage, Cliffe-en-Howe-Road
600127
Friends of St. Botolph's: Mr Peter Coe, Spring House, Candlestick Lane, Grimston
600337
Good Companions: Mr Nick Smith Tel. 600769 or Mr/Mrs Bill Hone
600750
Greenfingers:Cynthia Jackson, 47 Phillip Rudd Court, Pott Row
601210
Guides: Mrs Linda Watkinson, St. Winifred's, Lynn Road, Gayton
KL-636629
Health Visitor: Grimston Medical Centre, Congham Road
KL-782641
Holly Meadows School: Vong Lane, Head Teacher: Mrs Rachael Williams
600241
Hudson Fen/PARC: Secretary Mrs Mary Roper 9 Briar Close, Grimston
600003
Member of Parliament: Mr Henry Bellingham, Congham Manor, St. Andrew's Lane
600559
Parish Council Clerks:
Grimston: Mr John Missing, 11 Back Lane, Pott Row, PE32 1BT
600875
Congham: Mrs Kate Sayer, Buttermere, Lynn Road, Hillington, PE31 6BJ
600825
Roydon: Mrs Pippa Winson, 37 Ullswater Avenue, South Wootton, Pe30 3NJ
KL-674382
Police: 999 for emergencies
For everything else 101
or
KL-691211
Community Support Team 0845-4564567 for rowdy behaviour
or
01953 424242
Pott Row & District Bridleways Association: Theresa George, 31 LeziatevDrove, Pott Row
KL-630538
Public Rights of Way Wardens: Mr David Grimes, 24 Church Lane, Roydon
600388
Residents Assoc.: Mr Clare de Whalley, 5 Chequers Road, Grimston
600391
Roydon Common: Norfolk Wildlife Trust: Mr Bill Boyd
578745
Springwood Academy, King's Lynn Head Teacher: Mr Andrew Johnson
KL-773393
TiddlyPotts Playgroup: Dionne Aston-Whitmore Tel: 07545 833722 or Emma Baker Tel: 07401 142921
Tree Warden (Parish of Grimston) Mr Philip Parker, 7 Leziate Drove
KL-630866
Women's Institute: Mrs Sheelah Davis, 113, Lynn Road, Grimston
601081
Village Hall: Mr David Giles, Brackendale, Cliffe-en-Howe Road, Pott Row
600440

(Organisations are invited to send corrections to this list where appropriate)

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In between house sales, having building work done or simply
taking a break? Then contact us for availability.
Open all year
Clean and comfortable home with log burner,
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Linen provided (except beach towels)
Children welcome but unsuitable for under 5's
Small dog by prior arrangement
Non smoking property

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Tax Returns for individuals and businesses
Payroll Services including Auto Enrolment
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Published by The Grimston Benefice 2016. Printed by Minuteman Press, Kings Lynn