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    MarshamVillage News 42nd Edition April 2016

    The deadline for the next edition is Monday 18 th

     April 2016. Any articles, letters or adverts should be

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

    A reminder that you can view the Newsletter online at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marsham-

    Village-News/521859914553706 or by Googling ‘Marsham Village News’ and follow the link to our

    Facebook page.

    This month’s photograph has come from Holly Hale of Fengate. Many thanks, Holly. Very atmospheric! In this month’s edition there is further news about the Craft Exhibition and Fayre at the church in

    May, and great news on the money raised so far for the Upwards for Marsham Project. Also, a big

    thank you to Mark Medler for an interesting article about a piece of Marsham history.

    Does anyone else have some Marsham history stories that they would like to share?

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    Don’t forget to let us have details of any up and coming events which we will include on this page.

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

    Health Awareness and Support

    Event

    Market Surgery, Aylsham

    Saturday 23 rd

     April 10:00 to 13:00

    On Saturday 23 rd

     April the Market

    Surgery in Aylsham, in partnership

    with several supporting agencies, is

    hosting an ‘Awareness Open Day’.

    The aim is to provide information on

    the advisory and support services

    that are available to help people with

    ongoing health issues and also to

    raise awareness of the value of a

    preventative approach to individual

    health. Information will be available

    on a number of health issues such as

    Dementia, Diabetes, Chronic

    Obstructed Pulmonary Disease

    (COPD), Smoking cessation, eating disorders, and arthritis. There will

    also be someone available from the

    Norfolk Carers support group and

    local Health Trainers will be present.

    Refreshments will be available for a

    modest fee. This event has been

    organised by members of the Market

    Surgery Patient Participation Group

    (PPG) and is open to everyone. This

    event is the first of its kind and if

    successful future events will be held

    based on feedback from visitors on

    the day.

    More information about the work of

    the PPG and a joining application

    form can be found on the surgery’s

    website

    http://www.themarketsurgery.nhs.uk

    /patient-participation-group-ppg-

    ,44024.htm.

    Garage Sale – Saturday 28 th

     May - 10.00 to 1.00

    This is the final call for anyone wanting to have a stall in this year’s Garage

    Sale. If you would like to host a garage stall or have a table in the village hall

    on the day please contact Adrian Scargill on 734488 or

    [email protected] 

    The closing date for booking a stall and to be included on the village map is

    Friday 29 th

     April. The cost will be the same as last year, £5 per stall, but

    it is planned to start at 10.00 and finish a little earlier at 1.00.

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    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 views – positive

    and negative.

    Marsham Community Public Access Defibrillator Project 

    To raise ongoing funds to cover the annual cost of £350 for insurance, equipment, Governance and

    training, we will be having a second-hand art and craft stall at the Church craft exhibition and fayre on

    May 2 nd

    . If you have any art and craft items for example a print or painting, piece of pottery or item of

    local craft or jewellery and would like to donate to us to raise funds for the defibrillator project we

    would be very grateful. Please contact Nicola Hibberd on 01263 733557 [email protected] 

    or Heather Daniels on 07746383739. We are happy to arrange to collect any items. Thank you

    Marsham Meet and Mardle Our next meet up at the village hall will be on Friday 1st April

    from 10am till 12. Gillian Simpson will be giving a talk on

    Flying for a living which promises to be very interesting.

    We would love to welcome any new villagers old and young to

     join us for a coffee. Come and hear what goes on in Marsham

    and get recommendations on places to go or trades people to

    ring. If you live alone and need help with transport do give us

    a ring. We have several volunteers who can offer lifts.

    For further information please contact Nicola Hibberd

    on 01263 733557 or [email protected]

    Mobile library in Marsham We are pleased to report that the

    mobile library van has a reprieve for

    the coming year. It will be in

    Marsham on Mondays 11 th

     April and 9 th

     

    May.

    The stop-off points are – 

    Le Neve Road - 15.30 to 15.45

    Wathen Way - 15.50 to 16.05 

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    The following article has been sent in by Mark Medler of Allison Street. A little piece of Marsham history.

    On a cold, wintry morning with a weak sun fighting a losing battle, a piece of history was recreated in Marsham. Sunday February 28th 2016 was the 40th anniversary of the death of one of Marsham’s old characters, Charlie "Peace" Medler born in 1900. He farmed a large piece of the allotment in the village growing potatoes, spring cabbage, wallflowers and "The Norfolk Apple" the turnip, which his grandson Mark still eats raw today after

     being given them by him many years ago at the age of 8. Chickens and rabbits took up some of the land too. Last year Mark acquired a 1941 British Anzani Iron Horse, the only working model he could find in the UK, in

    memory of his grandad Charlie who used one on his land until he was well into his seventies.

    So it was on this Sunday morning that Charlies daughter Sylvia Long of Le Neve Road, grandchildren Marty Long, Maureen Glenn and Mark Medler and great grandchildren, Billy, John and George Medler and great great grandchildren, Callum, Liam and Rosabella recreated this moment along with a toast of Rum, Charlie’s favourite tipple. The plan was to plough an area that was used by Charlie. Mark and his sons as well as cousin Marty took

    turns to try and use the iron horse but found it to be very difficult and hard work and marvelled that a man in his seventies was able to use one without difficulty. They were certainly made of sterner stuff in them days!! The morning brought back fond memories of those who remembered Charlie "Peace" Medler A special thanks to Duddy Gladden for transporting the Iron Horse to the allotments and also to Graham Payne for allowing us to use the land.

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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

    Marsham Church Services for

    April 

    3rd April 10.30am Group Service at LAMMAS 17th April 10.30am Group Service at BUXTON

    24th April 10.30am Marsham Holy Communion

    FLOODLIGHTS

    26th March - 2nd April In memory of KELLY MURRELL

    sponsored by MR and MRS MURRELL

    Floodlights can be sponsored for £10 per week for anniversaries and memoriams also Altar flowers can be sponsored. Cost would depend on what was required.

    Please contact a churchwarden for either of these.

    FORTHCOMING EVENTS

    2nd May 11am - 3pm CRAFT FAYRE and EXHIBITION. Tables £5

    15th May 1pm - 5pm BOLWICK HALL OPEN GARDENS. Proceeds from teas

    are going to "UPWARDS FOR MARSHAM" fund. Lots of cakes are needed for this plus help. If anyone would like to help with either of these, please contact Mesdames GEORGE, WARMAN or HIBBERD.

    3rd July A tea party with cream teas and music to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday

    will be held in the Village Hall 3pm - 5pm. Tickets £5 from Mrs George 735383

    Mrs Warman 733241 and Mrs Hibberd 733557.

    SIMON EMMS

    MOTOR VEHICLE REPAIRS HIGH STREET 

    LITTLE LONDON

    MARSHAM NR10 5QG 

    FOR ALL YOUR

    M.O.T., REPAIRS, SERVICING,

    AIR-CONDITIONING SERVICING,

    WHEEL ALIGNMENT, VEHICLE

    DIAGNOSTICS ETC.

    01263 731555 Mobile 07780604279 

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    Marsham WI

    John Etheridge was the speaker at our February meeting. He is a self taught artist who holds workshops at various locations around Norfolk and is often on Mustard TV. On this occasion John

    demonstrated his use of pastels and brought along a collection of his work. Amongst the events for

    April are a Speakers Audition Day at Swaffham, Celebrating Shakespeare at Bowthorpe and an

    Introduction to Bridge at Federation Office in Norwich. Our April meeting will be on 27th at 7.30pm

    in the Village Ha