Memorial Pavilion’s Latest News
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The building is now complete and is in full working order and, as can be seen below it is being well used. We have strived to give the village a building to be very proud of and we think we have achieved this and hope you think so too. Please consider donating any amount that you can afford using the forms provided. If you are a tax payer you can Gift Aid your donation which then allows us to claim an additional 20% back from the government.
You can continue to donate to the Buy-a-Brick/Roof Tile project and all funds will be used to maintain the facility.
Future Pavilion Fundraising Events
See website under the “Regular and Future Events” section.
Photographs of Pavilion Construction
The plaque celebrating the official opening of the pavilion by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh K.G., K.T. on Feb 3rd has been erected in the lobby on the Meeting Room wall so it can be seen through the main entrance windows.
August 3rd 2014
The above photo shows the villagers that attended the First World War Commemoration Dedication event and are patiently waiting for their free tea/coffee and cake!
The Commemoration went extremely well. The attendance at the church was excellent as was the attendance for the walk to the War Memorial for the floral tribute to be layed by Ellie Mendham. The Mayor and Mayoress of King’s Lynn attended the whole event and were impressed with the turnout. We thank the Mayor and Mayoress for attending. The dedication was heartwarming and the Trustees would like to take this opportunity to thank Father Clive Wylie for making the whole event a great success. The donations raised by the refreshment tent amounted to £148.74 which will go towards the Church Bells Fund and they hope to have the bells ringing for Christmas this year. The Trustees would also like to thank everyone that helped with the whole event and to those that donated cakes, thank you.
See below for copies of three articles printed in the local press concerning our getting the Sport England grant of £50,000.
The time then arrived for our reading of the