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Top guns needed - Stalham take on the high-flying guns from Holt & District Farmers' Club on Thursday, June 20, from 5pm, at the Mid-Norfolk Shooting School in a 50-bird sporting contest. If anyone would like to join the trophy contenders, please let the secretary Michael Pollitt know to help with the catering. It costs £23.50, including steak pie supper.
Our chairman, Henry Alston, is keen for the club to win some silverware - and he has promised to keep it bringht and shining if successful.
Entry added: 15 Jun 2019
Centenary celebrations -
A centenary celebration dinner organised by East Norfolk NFU raised more than £900 from some light-hearted entertainment. Christopher Deane flipped the coin for "heads & tails" and a £5 note in an envelope boosted funds too - and Neal Sands won the £200 top prize. Further donations for Sarah Hammond's floral table decorations helped too.
Peter Gardiner, chairman of East Norfolk NFU branch, who welcomed the 166 members and guests at the Boathouse, Ormesby, said that the evening's final proceeds would benefit farming's charity, the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution, the East Anglian Air Ambulance and Nelson's Journey. County chairman Nick Deane thanked the team at the North Walsham office for organising a successful event and also the guest speaker Henry Blofeld, who was given a rousing reception. He then recounted some of the highlights from his 47-year career with the BBC and Test Match Special. One of the organisers, James Taylor, said that the final total raised would be announced soon.
Entry added: 03 Jun 2019
Clay pigeon shoot – Thursday, June 20, 5pm.

A 50-bird shoot against Holt & District Farmers’ Club takes place at the Mid-Norfolk Shooting School NR8 6HS. It costs £23.50 including supper. Please let the secretary, Michael Pollitt, know if you can take part. Last year, the club fielded a strong team but were unsuccessful in winning silverware. Maybe, this year!

Entry added: 01 Jun 2019
President’s farm walk

Our president Thomas Love is inviting fellow Stalham members to a farm walk on Wednesday, July 10.
With the theme of “farming and flooding,” Mr Love and his son William will talk about the challenges of
coastal erosion and the ever-present threat of sea flooding. And, work to “re-charge” the beach is also taking place. The farm’s enterprises include peas, cereals, sugar beet, potatoes, of course, and also celery and daffodils. Please meet at The Chimneys, Walcott NR12 0NW from 5.30pm for a 6pm prompt start. And, given that temperatures can fall rapidly with the sea mist, bring some warm clothing.
This is a joint meeting with East Norfolk branch of the National Farmers’ Union. To help with the catering, please let the North Walsham office or the club’s secretary, Michael Pollitt know by 10am on Monday, July 8 at the latest.
Entry added: 01 Jun 2019
Latest photos from the Club Dinner at the Boathouse last week are available to peruse in the photo gallery on the left.
Entry added: 24 Mar 2019
Congratulations to our prize winners at the latest annual dinner, which was attended by more than 120 members and guests. The Dean of Norwich, the Very Rev Jane Hedges presented the trophies and prize cards at The Boathouse, Ormesby, on Wednesday, March 20. And British Sugar's Sarah Bebb, who judged the Cantley Cup for best overall performance by a member in the last beet campaign, now in its 90th year, also helped to present the prize cards for this prestigious trophy. Congratulations to the following
members – Potato Cup, LF Papworth. Wheat Cup, Milligen McLeod (Skyfall). Barley Cup: Mautby Farms (Flagon). Sugar beet – Cantley Cup, Mrs Mary Hannant. Best two-acres, C N Beck & Sons. Whole crop, R Cooke & Sons. For full results, see Competitions tab on the left.
Entry added: 21 Mar 2019
A full selection of photographs from the latest annual dinner at the Boathouse, Ormesby, will soon be featured on the club's website including the prizegiving. And there was great applause as Emma Papworth was presented with the club's Potato Cup on behalf of LF Papworth. It was particularly appropriate because the winning crop as judged by Denis Walsh was the variety, Daisy - a name shared by the daughter of Tim and Emma Papworth.
Entry added: 21 Mar 2019
Prize-giving and awards. The Dean of Norwich, the Very Reverend Jane Hedges will present the club's trophies at the annual dinner for about 125 members and guests on Wednesday, March 20. Up for grabs - the Cantley Cup for best overall performance in the last campaign, which was first awarded in 1928; and the wheat and barley cup as well as the potato cup. There are two more beet trophies - for best overall crop and best two acre. And a photographer will be at The Boathouse, Ormesby, to cover the event.
Entry added: 19 Mar 2019
Dinner applications - Applications for the club's annual dinner on Wednesday, March 20 should be made to the secretary as soon as possible. Our guest speaker, the Dean of Norwich, the Very Reverend Jane Hedges, will present the trophies and awards at The Boathouse, Ormesby NR29 3LP. Tickets £40 from the secretary, Michael Pollitt or email or telephone 01603 486997. As numbers have to be finalised by early next week, please apply without delay.
Entry added: 07 Mar 2019
Tom Crane’s Memorial service is on Monday 15th April 1:30pm at Marsham Church and afterwards at Oxnead Hall.
Entry added: 28 Feb 2019
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