Monthly Archives: June 2018
Lorne Green’s June newsletter can be read here.
A new, updated Norfolk – Your guide to care and support for adults 2018/19 was published last week in association with Norfolk County Council. It gives readers crucial information on how to find and access care and support services throughout the county. If … Continue reading
Following on from the story on 25 April, two months on and the window is finished. The two photos below show it in all its glory. We’ll endeavour to check it out from within the church and report back, but … Continue reading
Although only a small area, we are lucky to have some lovely footpaths and rights of way through Claxton, including part of the Wherryman’s Way. We are a dog loving village and, of course, the paths are enjoyed by both … Continue reading
10 teams turned out on Saturday evening to compete for the Claxton Quiz Challenge Cup (actually we don’t have a trophy – yet). In a closely-fought contest marked by judicious use of Jokers and numerous sighs of exasperation at the fickleness of short-term memory, the … Continue reading
The June newsletter appears below. We were grateful that they came to the Fair on the Yare and hope anyone who had contact picked up some useful tips.
Following May’s Community Café we now have 56 numbers taken, meaning there are still 144 left for everyone else. Congratulations to Dave Swinborne, whose No 1 was drawn out by the vicar this morning. Dave went home with a cheque for … Continue reading
Following today’s Café, the dates for the second half of 2018 have been published and are as shown below.
Congratulations to Willow (owner Johnny Blaza) and Jasmine (owner Harley Goodson) who were placed Champion and Reserve Champion in this year’s Dog Show at the Fair on the Year. Willow and Johnny only moved to Claxton recently. What a welcome.
The County Council have notified us that Folly Lane will be closed to all traffic between Tuesday 26 and Friday 29 June inclusive for essential work connected to the delivery of fibre-optic broadband to Claxton this Autumn. This involves the … Continue reading