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Annual Charity Beer & Gin Festival 2020 – Postponed

Annual Charity Beer & Gin Festival 2020 – Postponed

| 24th March 2020

It is with great sadness that the decision has now been made to cancel our charity beer festival due to take place on the weekend of 1st – 3rd May at Aylsham Town Hall.  The COVID-19 situation continues to develop and in light of recent government announcements, this is the only and correct course of […]

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Steve Haynes finally receives his President’s Jewel 2015/16

Steve Haynes finally receives his President’s Jewel 2015/16

| 14th January 2020

On 10th January 2020 on the Norwich to London Train former Aylsham Round Table Chairman Richard Coddling presented Steve Haynes with his President’s Jewel. Steve Haynes was a previous Member and Chairman of Aylsham Round Table was President between 2015 – 2016. Find out more about Steve Haynes by clicking here.

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All Aboard It’s Train Simulator Night

All Aboard It’s Train Simulator Night

| 3rd December 2019

Train drivers are learning how to operate the new trains replacing Greater Anglia’s stock by using a £1.6m Transurb simulator at Norwich railway station. It normally takes a six day course for existing drivers to get to grips with the new ‘Stadler bi-mode’ trains, however from the video you will see that the Aylsham Round […]

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NWHS Cob Build

NWHS Cob Build

| 16th September 2019

ART Donates to NWHS Cob Build Emma Whalley is a science teacher at North Walsham High School, and is also trained in cob building, a traditional building method which uses mud and straw to form strong, sculptural structures. Emma is also passionate and has a personal interest in mental health issues, particularly those facing our […]

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Spooked Out in the Secret Streets of Norwich

Spooked Out in the Secret Streets of Norwich

| 28th August 2019

Aylsham Round Table had fascinating tour of the historic basement and undercroft lying beneath the KindaKafe. Our tour led by a local storyteller and historian Lisa Willet took us down two flights of stairs to explore the layers of architecture dating from the 15 century. Hidden below Castle Meadow, between the market and the Norman […]

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