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North Walsham summer fete to raise funds for historic church tower

PUBLISHED: 18:35 09 July 2014

North Walsham church tower. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

North Walsham church tower. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY


A town fete will be taking place next month to raise funds for an iconic ruined church tower.

The St Nicholas Church North Walsham annual fete will be held at the historic building on Saturday August 9 between 9am-1pm.

It will include a tombola, bric-a-brac and a nearly new sale, among other stalls.

Some £28,000 needs to be raised for repair works on the tower.

Fete parking is at Vicarage Road car park, behind the church, which dates back to 1381 and includes the tomb of Sir William Paston.


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