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West Norfolk mayor Geoffrey Wareham, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at Clenchwarton Primary School and Bawsey ruins feature in Lynn News All Our Yesterdays





All Our Yesterdays: May village views, May 23, part two -

May 2012: West Norfolk’s new mayor, Geoffrey Wareham, joined the brownies, rainbows and guides from the Freebridge District for a street party to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. It was held at Clenchwarton Primary School with groups from Tilney, Clenchwarton, Walpole and West Lynn enjoying the fun.

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May 2002: A queen, king, four princesses and two princes were crowned at Northwold Primary School’s annual May Queen festivities. Rosie Stutchbury (11) and Conor Clifford (10) were crowned queen and king after being elected by other pupils at the school – and they chose their princesses and princes.

All the children took part in the May Day parade and there was also, singing, maypole dancing and Morris dancing. In this picture, seven-year-old Chelsea Stevenson dances through the Morris dancers.

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May 2002: East and West Rudham Primary School pupils (from left) Luke Campion, Holly Page and Luke Page with some of the 200 Tesco Computers for Schools vouchers which were donated by Lynn News readers.

Parents and villagers were working hard to collect enough vouchers for some data-logging software.

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May 2012: Seven-month-old Thomas Fenn continued a family tradition when he was christened at the ancient Bawsey ruins. When the Rev Jane Holmes poured water over his head, he was the fifth generation of his family to become part of the Bawsey heritage.

The Rev Holmes is pictured with Thomas and Jodie McGlasson and James Fenn.

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