Last updated on January 20th, 2018 at 05:04 pm
You may have noticed that these have been poor or non-existent from morning of the 18th January.
ISSUE RESOLVED 19th January.
Vodafone have confirmed to Parish Clerk that there is an issue that they are aware of and working on.
You can find out the latest on the Vodafone website (using the network status tab) where you can sign up for an email alert on updates where you will also find the following post:
‘We’re aware of some network issues in your area right now.
There’s a problem with our mobile network in this area at the moment that may be causing issues with your service. We’re sorry if you’re experiencing any disruption – we know how frustrating this can be. Thanks for your patience. As soon as we have any further updates, we’ll let you know here.’
CHANGE OF PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED FILM
Victoria and Abdul not yet available for purchase!
FRIDAY 19 January 2018
Certificate 12a – 128 mins
Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling
Two proper L.A. dreamers, a suavely charming soft-spoken jazz pianist and a brilliant vivacious playwright, while waiting for their big break, attempt to reconcile aspirations and relationship in a magical old-school romance.
Start time 8.00pm Doors open 7.30pm
Snacks, Wine, Beer & Soft Drinks
If you did not know, Walsham now has a new mobile mast on St. Mary’s Church tower.
It was originally suggested that the mast would be an Orange installation.
Latterly is has been suggested the mast is a Vodafone installation.
What seems to work best are the Vodafone and Orange networks which now give a 4G data network signal and 3-4 bars Cellular mobile phone signal indoors in the majority of locations along The Street. Out at the end of the Ixworth Road 4G and 2 bars have been reported.
Obviously there will always be variability but the information on the best Network Providers for this area is anecdotal until confirmed by the Parochial Church Council but it appears that Walsham now has 4G data speeds and a decent cellular mobile signal !
Last updated on January 18th, 2018 at 12:19 am
Do you advertise in The Observer? If advertising were available on this site would you be interested?
Tentative proposals are being put to the Community Council that may result in Observer advertisers being able to place the same ad here for a small extra fee.
If an ad were not placed in the Observer, then an ad could not be placed on the website. The two would go together with the web ad being an optional extra.
Initially it would probably take the form of a ‘sticky post’, like this one, which remains at the top of the homepage with a rolling, randomised ‘slide show’ of ads submitted for Observer publication which would be to ensure the same ads were not seen at the beginning of each visit to the site. Visitors to the site would be able browse the ads manually. Continue reading “Advertising on this site…”
Grand re-opening of newly refurbished Memorial Hall on 3rd February with tea and cakes in the afternoon and a Ceilidh in the evening. See the Events Diary for more details.
Last updated on January 18th, 2018 at 12:30 am
Once again, Richard Martineau has kindly offered to have trees collected from his property. There will be a notice advising as to where to leave your tree. Please do not leave trees on the road.
Saturday 6th January 2018 7.30 p.m.
St Mary’s Church, Walsham le Willows
Conductor: Simon Carrington – Yale Professor emeritus
Organist: David Hill – Conductor, London Bach Choir
For many years Walsham has been privileged to have this very talented group of people come and sing in our church. They arrive from all over the country and abroad, many of international fame.
This is a very special evening. You don’t have to be a church-goer, just someone who enjoys beautiful music and the most wonderful singing. Some of the pieces you may recognise, others will be new, but all will be memorable.
Tickets are not required but there will be a retiring collection.
Shirley White, organiser of the very successful Community Lunches at the Memorial Hall, would like to wish all her diners a Happy and Healthy New Year.
She also has a thank you to all who came along to the Christmas lunch earlier in December. There was a lovely Christmas atmosphere which everybody seemed to enjoy.
Shirley is now taking bookings for the next Community lunch which will be on Monday 8th January 2018 in the newly refurbished Memorial Village Hall. As always the Memorial Hall will open at 12pm and Roast Pork, potatoes and vegetables will be served by Carol Hubbard at 12.45pm. Dessert, tea and coffee will follow.
Please book a place, at £6, with Shirley on 258532 by 5.00pm on Friday 5th January to have a look at the new hall, which looks amazing, while catching up over lunch with friends and hopefully some table games for those who have time to stay on.
Last updated on January 2nd, 2018 at 07:35 pm
Come and have a look at the refurbished Memorial Hall.
The Village Hall Coffee Shop will re-open from 10 till 12 on Tuesday 2nd January in the refurbished Memorial Hall. It’s much warmer thanks to the newly installed insulation and heating!