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2 November 2022

Places of the past

A history talk in Stanhoe raised £800 for church funds.

More than 50 people came from all around North Norfolk to Stanhoe Village Hall on 22 October to hear Peter and Susanna Wade-Martins talk about some of their favourite places that feature in their book “A History of Norfolk in 100 Places”.

The MEHM Trust very generously lent the Hall to the Church for the event. Laura Faulks decorated the room with autumn flowers and jars of fairy lights and many of the guests commented on how lucky Stanhoe is to have such an attractive venue.

The Rev Peter Cook did an excellent job as Master of Ceremonies and after the talk had ended everyone stayed on to enjoy the drinks and canapés.

Thanks to the generosity of the audience, and to Mr & Mrs Wade-Martins who kindly gave a percentage of the sale of the books they sold on the evening, the event made a total of over £800 for All Saints Church.

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 2 November 2022