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CAT - Evening with Basil Abbott 06/01/2018
Friday 1st June....the delayed 'An Evening with Russell Abbott' who will talk about Famous People in Diss..in St Mary's. ( Let's hope it does not snow this time!). AND
A two Course Sausage Supper (there will be a vegetarian option if you pre-order) More...
Anglian Water - UPDATE
We are over halfway through our £4.5million investment scheme to provide a mains sewerage system, which will help to reduce environmental problems in Burston. We have laid 4.5km of new sewer pipes and have 3.5km left to install. We are also making good progress with the construction of a Pumping Station at Audley End where we have built a 9m deep wet well in the ground. We are on track to complete
St George's Shimpling 23/04/2018
There will be a St. George's Day Service, of Holy Communion, continuing a centuries-old tradition of having a service in this Church on St. George's Day. The Service will be on Monday 23rd April at 10.30 am. This is one of only two regular services held in this church each year. Everyone will be welcome.
Ginni and I have embarked on our 19th year running Jamie's Gang. The club meets at Burston Chapel on Wednesdays between 5.00pm and 6.30pm. Jamie’s Gang is for children of primary school age, this means the age range is 4 - 11 years old as most of the local schools have a reception class. A 50p subscription is paid for each child that attends and there is also a tuck shop, the profits from which h
B4RN - Try out the fastest rural internet in East
Scole Community Centre has been connected to this new network - so give it a try! Friday evenings 7 to 10 pm. For those who may not know the B4RN ultra high-speed broadband project is an initiative to bring ultra-hig
Community Heating Oil Bulk Buying Scheme
Does your new home have oil fired heating? If so, you may be interested in our Bulk Buying Scheme. Heating oil is funny stuff. The price per litre changes from day to day, and the price does depend on how much you want. The price for 500 litres is always 2 or 3 p more per litre than for 2000 litres. Burston and Shimpling have life membership of a scheme run by the charity Norfolk Rural Community C
Burston House Hospital News
In our last article we mentioned that we were in the process of developing a bird watching course and practical skills course. Well, I am pleased to say that the practical skills course is currently being run with a patient leading the weekly session. They will practice different skills along the way and know how to plan, prepare and construct a specific item. Our bird watching course has come to
Mobile Library Service - Information for 2018
The Mobile Library visits Burston once a month and stops outside the School. The times have changed to between 15:50 and 16:35 (3.50 pm and 4.35 pm). The schedule of the Mobile Library Dates and Times including Burston available here There are more details about the Mobile Library Service on the Norfolk County C
Norfolk Carers - Information
Are you looking after someone? Are you concerned about a neighbour and look in to check on their well being, or perhaps do their shopping, or provide the odd hot meal? Or do you provide round the clock care for someone in your household who is ill or disabled, or elderly and frail? However little or much you do, there is a free handbook, a telephone helpline and a website that provides informat
Have You Heard the Church Bells?
When St. Mary’s tower crumbled in 1753, the 5 bells, together weighing over one and a half tons, survived. The parishioners needed £225 (over £1 million in today’s money) so the bishop gave them permission to sell four bells, probably to Tibenham. This enabled them to repair the west wall using brick, cheaper than flint. The smallest, treble bell was hung in a bell-cote at the west end of the ro
Burston Youth Cafe
Every Thursday during term time in St Mary’s church. If you are High School Age the Youth café is open from 3.45pm to 5.15pm and you get free pizza and milk shake.
Church and Chapel Services
St Mary's Church Services All Welcome See the Burston Church website:-www.burstonchurch.org.uk Burston Chapel Services All Welcome Sunday Morning Service at 11 am Sunday Evening Service at 6.30 pm Prayer meeting – Tuesdays 8pm (call 741816 for details) Jamie’s gang (school age club) Wednesdays 5pm to 6.30pm in term time only. Se
Friends of Burston Church - Events 21/07/2018
The Friends of Burston Church are planning the following events and would be delighted to welcome you to them. More details will follow nearer the time' Saturday 21st July Safari Supper Friday 19th October Fish & Chip quiz supper For more information about these events contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org There is also More...