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Parish Meeting

Speeding tops discussion at the Parish Council’s annual presentation.

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Bibby birthday

Rev. Paul Bibby celebrates his 90th birthday.

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The naked truth

Life model Ruth Smith amuses the WI.

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Eating well

Nutrition tips have the WI fired up for a busy summer.

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Parish Council Minutes

Parish Council Minutes for the 9th March 2017.

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Glorious food

A globetrotting chef entertains the WI.

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Gillian Beckett

New obituary highights Gillian’s botanical fame.

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Tide times

Hunstanton 25 May
01:02 low (0.87m)
06:30 high (7.28m)
13:28 low (0.94m)
18:42 high (7.57m)

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