Posts Tagged ‘action’

Wayland Photography Competition 2017

The ever popular Wayland Photography competition returns in 2017! The competition opens on June 17th and closes on July 3rd but now is a great time of year to get snapping with such wonderful local highlights as the bluebells at Wayland Wood. Click on the link to find out more: Wayland Photography Challenge 2017 Entry forms…

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Wayland Volunteer of the Year Awards 2017

In every community—village, town, community group, charities etc—there are unsung heroes. People who help their neighbours, help at meetings, give their time and energy to fundraising and so on. Some are in the public eye, some quietly get on with the routine tasks. The Wayland Partnership could not function without its team of volunteers whether…

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DIGGING IN AT THE WELLS COLE COMMUNITY CENTRE

Saturday 28th January was a hive of activity at the WCCC not only was it the Burn’s Night Celebrations but the Growing Together Project Hedge Planting day. I am sure if you are a dog walker or visitor to the village hall, you cannot have failed to observe the appearance of a magnificent 30 metre…

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Acorn Fair, Saturday 21st January

Join us for our first ever Acorn Fair on Saturday 21st January to learn more about our wonderful local environment and how you and your family can do your bit to help protect it for the future. There will be a mixture of interesting and creative stalls including information, activities for children and things to…

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We Want To Hear Your Views About Wayland

The Wayland Partnership has been working to improve economic, social, environmental and cultural wellbeing in the following communities since 1999: Ashill, Carbrooke, Caston, Great Cressingham, Great Hockham, Griston, Little Cressingham, Merton, Ovington, Saham Toney, Scoulton, Stow Bedon & Breckles, Thompson and Watton.   To allow us to continue to do this and meet new challenges,…

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Our Generation Connections Project Celebrates Success!

The Wayland Partnerships Generation Connections Project, funded by the Norfolk County Council Youth Social Action Fund has proved to be a huge success for all involved. The Generation Connections project aimed to bring together young and old in a way that could benefit both age groups. Older people have learnt how to use smartphones, tablets…

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