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PUBLISHED: 10:00 07 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:22 06 July 2010

Corton Wives - At the July meeting Corton Wives welcomed as guest speaker Maureen Long who gave an illustrated talk on Town and Village Signs. She described how the signs could arouse interest, even in passing traffic, by reference to village features and historical events, and said that they were often noteworthy, not only for what they portrayed, but also for the skills shown in the carving of the wood and the working of the metal.

Corton Wives - At the July meeting Corton Wives welcomed as guest speaker Maureen Long who gave an illustrated talk on Town and Village Signs. She described how the signs could arouse interest, even in passing traffic, by reference to village features and historical events, and said that they were often noteworthy, not only for what they portrayed, but also for the skills shown in the carving of the wood and the working of the metal. During July a group of 19 members also visited the Time and Tide Museum, where they saw activities and exhibits concerning the history of Great Yarmouth and its fishing industry. In August the group holds its annual bring and buy fun auction.

Coffee morning - A coffee morning will be held at the Methodist Church on Wednesday August 12 starting at 10am. As well as refreshments there will be a raffle and stalls for cakes, gifts, books, toys and jigsaws. Everyone is welcome.

Church services - On Sunday, August 9 there will e a service of sung eucharist at St Bartholomew's Church at 9.30am led by Canon Wisken. The morning service at Corton Methodist Church at 11am will be led by Keith Durrant.

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