A little village with a Great name
Great Snoring is a sleepy rural village in North Norfolk on the river Stiffkey and is 2 miles south east of Little Walsingham and 6 miles south of the sea at Wells next to Sea.
Great Snoring is recorded in the Domesday Book as Snaringa. The village is referred to as Snoryng Magna in some records until the 1500s. In the 1450s there is reference to the village as Mekyl-snoryng .
St Mary The Virgin
Easter Sunday 1st April 2018
Sung Eucharist at 11 am
Sunday 28th April
Group Eucharist at 10.30 am
No Wednesday Eucharist until April 4th
Wayside Gardens Prize 2017
Norman Hall, 24 Thursford Road
Most wonderful colours. Very well kept and designed with lots of thought. Full colourful annuals
Joyce Tibbitts, 3 Thursford Road
Very nicely planted with lots of Dalhias, Crocosmia and Day Lillies
Janet and Tony Christmas, Rosings, The Street
Carolyn and Geoff Peabody The White House . The Street
Good choice of plants.
Forge Yard and 3 Fakenham Road
Very well kept with good design planting.
Judge: Jackie Hopkinson July 2017