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Jenny Perry is creating a weekly diary to show what nature is up to in Dalham through the seasons. As someone who always thought a hedge was just a hedge this gives a fascinating insight into what some of us are missing out on. Visit Dalham's new web site by going to and clicking on their name on the signpost.

In The Bleak Midwinter, Elveden,Thu 2 March
by The Eastern Angles Theatre Company
The Village Hall at Elveden is the venue for the above production on Thursday 2nd March. This will be the first time the village has hosted such an event. The Eastern Angles are a superb company, innovative and  exciting with extremely inventive sets! The play starts at 7.30pm. It is an enchanting tale which unfolds in the Black Mountains of Wales, not far from Bethlehem. No one should miss what will be an unforgettable evening. Tickets are on sale at Elveden Stores. You can book by ringing Jackie at the shop on 01842 890350. The prices are 5.75 for adults and 4.75 concessions.  

Elveden Open Meeting
Last Wednesday's open meeting was attended by 20 people from Lakenheath, Moulton, Tuddenham, Red Lodge and many curious locals from Elveden. A current version of the web site was on display featuring the eleven communities now publishing online. Technical experts were on hand to show how to adapt images and send them via email. Several people requested that the technical support  for the 22villages project be extended beyond this year and that consideration be given to additional funding to help with expenses. It would be helpful to have other communities views, please email We are also looking for a venue for the April Open Meeting - Any offers?

Web Sites Started
Red Lodge, Wangford, Dalham, Elveden and Mildenhall have now started publishing their heritage information to the web sites at

Whats New at a Glance
25 communities and four main sections in each of their websites - how do you keep up to date with the latest additions without wearing out your mouse? Simple just go to and click on the 'All updates' section. You will be shown what's new, where and by clicking on the link you will be taken to that section

The Vikings are coming
Thanks to local artist Veronica Moran, Santon Downham have combined interesting articles about Vikings and The Domesday Book with original paintings that bring it all to life. Visit their site via to see what we mean.

There are now 215 days until the end of the project...
The last date for submitting your community's edited, referenced information and photographs is Saturday 30th September 2000. Our aim is to have 1,000 books (5 each) and 1,000 cds (3 each) available by Christmas.


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