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It is with great sadness that I have to report that well-known village resident Terry Porter passed away at home on the 29th May after a short illness. Terry had lived in Hainford for some 47 years, which surely must make him one of our longest-'serving' residents.

Many of you will remember Terry as Questionmaster/MC for the extremely entertaining and successful Quizzes that he and his 'crew' put on at the Village Hall of a Friday evening most months, over many years.

May we all pass on our condolences to Terry's widow Sandy, and their family, and remember the good times that many of us had with him.

RIP, my good friend.

  • Terry's funeral will of necessity be a private service, with very limited numbers.
    For those wishing to make a contribution in his memory, Tracy (Terry & Sandy's daughter) has advised that they may make one to 'Pancreatic Cancer UK' through the Funeral Directors, Ivan Fisher in Aylsham (Web Site link https://www.ivanfisher.co.uk/search-all-funerals/?q=Terence Porter), either via the link on the website (Search under the name
    Terence Porter) or cash / cheque direct to their office in Aylsham, just a few doors away from Budgens supermarket.


In view of the cancellation of all events at the Village Hall during the Coronavirus emergency, you may be looking to fill an odd hour or two with something different...
    If so, click here...

CLICK HERE for photographs of how we celebrated the 'VE Day 75' Anniversary

Coronavirus information affecting our community
and events/groups

  • Monday evening Folk Dance group
    Message from Chris:
    Dear Fab Hainford Dancers, The government has spoken, so unfortunately no more dancing till the virus situation improves. All my upcoming bookings at festivals, weddings etc cancelled. I'll feel the shortfall.
    Will miss our happy clan. But we shall return with fresh vigour! Stay Well. Chris D.

  • Monthly Rambling Group
    Message from Carolyn:
    Good Evening Ramblers, Teresa, Anne and I are very sorry to let you know that in line with Government Advice regarding the spread of Coronavirus and the rapidly changing situation, we have no option but to CANCEL the Rambles until further notice. Therefore there will be NO RAMBLE IN THE REEPHAM AREA THIS COMING SATURDAY. Please look after yourselves and your neighbours and friends. We sincerely hope we will be able to regroup once this serious situation is over."
  • Frettenham Film Club
    The showing of the film "Knives Out" at Frettenham Village Hall on March 27th has been cancelled."

Please would you be kind enough to support Sarah and David Smith from Hainford, who are embarking on a 47 mile walk along the North Norfolk Coastal Footpath, from Cromer to Hunstanton, over four days from 13th-16th July 2017.

Sarah and Davidís younger daughter Karen, and their niece Sue, are both currently being treated for breast cancer at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. In appreciation of the excellent care, emotional support and expertise that Karen and Sue are receiving from this fantastic hospital, Sarah and David wish to raise funds for the Big C cancer charity, to enable their work to be ongoing and to continue supporting many patients and their families through a difficult and traumatic time.

Sarah and David have now completed their walk:

"Thank you to everyone for your kindness, generosity, support and donations which has raised £ 3,660.00 to be shared between the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital Colney Unit and the Big C Charity. Our daughter Karen and niece Sue are both being treated at the above hospital for breast cancer; hence the idea to fundraise in gratitude for the excellent care and support they are receiving, and for the many other people who are suffering with cancer."

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