As South Norfolk Council only collect refuse and rubbish Tuesday to Friday each week, the next Bank Holiday on Monday 27 August will not affect those two collections and there will be no change to rubbish and recycling bin collections (black and green) for that week. Garden Waste collections (brown) will be one day late for all of that week. To check your bin collection days, please visit south-norfolk.gov.uk
Take part in the Harleston Summer Treasure Hunt to put your detective skills to the test. Buy a leaflet for £1 from Robinsons Traditional Stationers or the Swan Hotel and have a chance of winning a £25 prize voucher. Closing date 31st August
The leaflet will guide you on a trail round the town and you will need to answer some questions and identify some photographs where the answer will be in the nearby surroundings. Finally, you will need to look at the beautiful GoGoHare sculpture situated at St John’s Church and answer a question about the hare.
The Treasure Hunt can be taken by one person or by a group, (only one leaflet is needed by a group). Good luck!
More details about the GoGoHare and information about Harleston events and news can be found at www.visitharleston.org.uk
South Norfolk Council have organised a world record attempt at Whittlingham Country Park on Friday 27 July to celebrate Norfolk Day – details on attached poster
Norfolk Day A4 poster
Map of local Parish walks, including public footpaths.
Wortwell & Harleston Parish Walks
We are a local group of friendly classic vehicle enthusiasts, who meet up once a month for a beer and a chat at the Grain Brewery on the last Saturday of the month. If you would like to join us either with your treasured vehicle or just to look around, you can meet us on the following days:-
28 July 1pm-7pm
25 August 1pm-7pm
29 September 1pm-5pm
27 October 1pm-5pm
No booking necessary . We look forward to meeting you very soon.
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We will accept a range of submissions for inclusion in the Wortwell Mardler, which can include news reports from local groups and clubs, recipes, successes and achievements of villagers (young and old), forthcoming village and local events, memories of Wortwell village life, household items for sale etc. Items will be published, subject to space availability, free of charge and should be submitted to email@example.com
Calls Friday’s every 4 weeks
Next visits to Wortwell:
6 July 2018
3 & 31 August 2018
Willow Close 14.15 -14.30
Sancroft Way 14.35 -14.45
The Packway 14.50 -15.15
Sun 1 July 9.30 am Morning service – at Redenhall Church
Sun 8 July 9 am Morning service
Sun 15 July 9 am Morning service
Sun 15 July 6 pm “Our Father” Choir performance
Sun 22 July 9 am Morning service
Sun 29 July 9 am Morning service
Sun 5 Aug 9.30 am Morning service – at Redenhall Church
Sun 12 Aug 6 pm Village Praise (evening)
Sun 19 Aug 9 am Morning service
Sun 26 Aug 9 am Morning service
On the evening of 15th July at 6 pm the Partnership Choir will be performing songs and readings on the subject of “The Lord’s Prayer” called “OUR FATHER” in Wortwell Chapel.
Entry is FREE and there will be refreshments in the interval.
A collection will be made for the charity “Dementia U.K.”
Please come along and bring your friends.
If you can’t make this date then there is a performance in Harleston at St. John’s Church Friday 13th July at 7 pm