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    Record Saturday Attendance for Starting Handle Club Summer Show

    The Starting Handle Club, celebrating its 40thanniversary, had mixed weather for their Annual Summer

    Show. A fine day on Saturday saw a record attendance of over a thousand people but this was

    dampened a little on the Sunday when the forecast rain arrived, driving the City of Norwich Pipe Band

    into a barn to complete a well received performance. There were a record number of exhibitors and

    trade stands this year and over 300 people attended a sell-out Hog Roast on the Saturday night and

    were entertained by Farmer Dan and his Showband.

    Because of the poor weather on Sunday receipts from the show are likely to be down on previous

    years. The committee is meeting in September to decide on the charities they will support this year and

    they would like to thank all those who helped or contributed in any way to another successful show, in

    particular Stuart Taylor for his support and the use of his land.

    The committee would also like to apologise to everyone who attended the show with children for the

    no-show of the childrens play attractions.

    Marsham

    Village News26th Edition September 2014

    The deadline for the next edition is Thursday 22nd

    September 2014. Any articles, letters or adverts

    should be sent [email protected] or, if anything needs typing, to Linda and Eric at 3 Cranes

    Make sure you read about the future of the Newsletter on page 5

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    Dont forget to let us have details of any up and coming events which we will include on this page.

    Send [email protected] deliver to 12 Old Norwich Road.

    Mobile library in Marsham

    The Norfolk County Council mobile library van will bein Marsham on Monday 1

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    thSeptember and

    27th

    October. The stop-off points are

    Le Neve Road -15.30 to 15.45

    Wathen Way- 15.50 to 16.05

    Table Top Sale

    The Village Hall Committee is holding a Table

    Top Sale on the morning of Saturday 18th

    October.

    Contact Jennie (733940) to book a table.

    The New Farm Aviation Heritage Group is holding a

    Craft, Gift and Pampers Fayreat Spixworth

    Village Hall on Sat 13th Sept and 8th Nov 2014

    10 am till 3.30 pm .

    Proceeds from the Fayres are towards the refurbishment

    of the groups small museum at Frettenham.

    Please come along and give your support

    Free activities for adults

    If you find it hard to make time to get active, weve got a good incentive to help get you into gear.

    Starting 6th

    October, Fun & Fit courses are coming to venues around Broadland, where youll find a wide choice

    of fun activities to choose fromall for FREE. Brought to you by Active Norfolk in partnership with Sport England,

    Public Health and Norfolk County Council, Fun & Fit is a programme of free, 10-week courses in a variety of

    activities that are aimed at complete beginners which will help make you feel healthier, more confident, and give

    you the chance to meet like-minded people.

    Try old favourites like badminton, golf, and aerobics, or stretch yourself into something new like yoga or dance.

    And dont let the little ones keep you away there are also classes in select areas that you can bring your kids to,

    like buggy fit workout.

    Courses will run for one hour, and with convenient day and evening classes theres something for everyone. You

    will be supported by our team of highly qualified sports coaches to ensure you find the activity that suits your

    ability, interests and confidence level.

    So no more excuses. Spaces are limited, so book now to get off the sofa and into something youll enjoy!

    For more information go towww.funandfitnorfolk.co.uk,or for an informal chat call 01603 732 333.

    BIG SCREEN in Marsham Village Hall

    The first film in the 2014/15 Film Season in the

    village hall is Philomena, starring Judi

    Dench and Steve Coogan. Based on an

    incredible true story, the film has won and

    been nominated for many awards. It will be

    shown on Friday 3rd

    October at 2.30 and 7.30.

    Watch out for posters

    If you havent seen a film on the

    BIG SCREEN, why not give it a try.

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    As a member of Aylsham Royal British Legion Womens Section ,

    I was delighted to take part in an impromptu ceremony at

    Marsham village war memorial to commemorate 100 years

    since the start of WWI. With the help of the Rev. Fergus and a

    few parishioners a small service was held with each of us taking

    it in turns to read a name from the memorial as we lit a candle

    for each of the 17 men.

    It was all very informal but at the same time very personal to

    each of us because we all took part.

    Yours sincerely,

    Doreen Larkman

    Letters to the Editor

    The letters in this section are published unedited and do not necessarily reflect the views of the

    editing committee. We see the Village Newsletter as a channel for people in the village to air their

    viewspositive and negative.

    Although the following is probably old news now, we are including the following letter, received

    by the Parish Council from the Senior Environment Officer regarding the Compost Facility, sothat everyone knows the current situation -Following the enforcement notice requiring improvement works to be completed by 31 May, I can

    confirm that the operator failed to comply with all the steps in the notice. We assessed the works and

    the subsequent level of odour from the site and concluded that odours were still at unacceptable levels.

    The operator offered a potential solution by ceasing to accept food waste at the site. We accepted this

    proposal and have additionally served an enforcement notice to require the operator to remove all food

    waste currently in the system (i.e. the waste that is currently going through the composting process) by

    24 July 2014. This is no small step, it will take around 3-4 weeks at additional cost to the operator.

    However, considering the distress the site is causing to the local community, we do believe that this is

    proportionate.

    As part of the enforcement notice we have also required the operator to carry out a deep clean of the

    site and equipment to ensure no odour is caused from residual food waste. The operator has decided to

    enter a 12 week shut down of the operations on the site in order to carry out the deep clean and to

    continue to make improvements to the sites systems, during this period they will not be processing

    any waste on site. They will be accepting green waste to bulk up on the site for less than 48 hours to

    allow it to be diverted to other waste facilities.

    We hope that when the food waste is removed from the process there will be a dramatic reduction in

    odour nuisance. Should the odour pollution continue at unacceptable levels though, we will consider

    taking further action. This could involve suspending the sites permit meaning they would have to stop

    accepting waste altogether.

    Sarah Melvin Senior Environment Officer

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    Salad DaysFresh fruit & vegetables and plants

    Fruit baskets a speciality Now taking card payments

    Dennis Carroll

    The Fruit Stall

    Outside the town hall

    Aylsham

    T: 07788 133741

    E: [email protected]

    Free delivery to Marsham for orders

    over 5.

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    We are a traditional family run funeral directors offering the highest

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    * Private Chapel of Rest * Pre-paid plans Available *

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    We offer a wide and varied range of services and strive to ensure that we

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    Tel: 01263 735161 (24 Hours) The Old Bank, 2-4 Norwich Road,

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    If you would like to advertise in the newspaper, space is available at the following rates per year 1/8 page 25, page

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    MARSHAM CHURCH SERVICES FOR OCTOBER 2013

    6th October 10.45am Harvest Festival

    13th October 10.45am Holy Communion

    20th October 10.45am Family Service

    27th October 10.45am Family Service

    CHURCH SERVICES FOR SEPTEMBER

    7th September 10.30am Benefice Holy Communion at BURGH

    14th September 11.30am Holy Communion21st September 11.30am Family Service

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