PUBLISHED: 09:00 10 April 2009 | UPDATED: 08:49 06 July 2010
St Mary's Church - The Easter vestry meeting and annual parochial church meeting took place in the church. The wardens were re-elected and the Archdeacons visitation will take place on Tuesday May 19 at Raveningham.
St Mary's Church - The Easter vestry meeting and annual parochial church meeting took place in the church. The wardens were re-elected and the Archdeacons visitation will take place on Tuesday May 19 at Raveningham. The remaining members of the PCC were re-elected en bloc.
Services: Good Friday, 2.30pm, Stations of the Cross. Easter Day, 6am Easter Vigil (with breakfast).
St George's Day Musical Evening. Tickets are now on sale, contact 730145.
Women's Institute - The monthly meeting of the WI was held in the Village Hall with president Barbara Shaw welcoming two new members and a guest. Members of the craft committee were congratulated on winning the Rose Bowl competition at the Group meeting.
Congratulations were also given to the A team of the Darts Club who have won all their matches this season and will now compete in the final at Framlingham on Tuesday May 2.
Reports were given on outings, the bulb scheme and drama.
The speaker for the evening was Jenny Tyson on Japanese Gardens. Mrs Tyson's daughter lived in Japan for several years and her mother greatly enjoyed her visits to that country. The highlight of these visits was to various gardens; these gardens are very much appreciated, as open spaces are rare in cities. The gardens are places to be quiet and for meditation they are thought to be homes for the spirits. Rice ropes surround some trees; these are considered to be sacred. Spring comes suddenly and it is cherry blossom time, time to celebrate with a picnic. The whole family enjoys the outing with one member arriving early to secure a good site. Heralding the arrival of spring the cherry trees bloom over a period of weeks from the south to the north of the country. Mrs Tyson's talk was illustrated with some beautiful slides and she was thanked by Rosemarie Page.
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