Littleport Ex-Servicemen’s Club still has that Fighting Spirit!

Littleport Ex-Servicemen’s Club still has that Fighting Spirit!

Nothing daunted and not to be downhearted Littleport’s entertainment and social venue that has seen 2 world wars and survived all-sorts is looking positively at the future! A new opportunity has arisen for local businesses and service providers, whether as individuals or companies, to put their hands in their pockets and dig deep to help the Club at this difficult time. Cheerful Chair Adi Keating has welcomed this idea from entertainment maestro Derek Timbers of…

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Historic Clock returns to Littleport!

Historic Clock returns to Littleport!

Having spent the latter part of its life with one side covered with a slab of plate glass as a hall table, at 11 o’clock on Thursday November 26, 2020, the old clock from St George’s Church tower, that was replaced by the current one in 1919, was returned to Littleport. A gift from Rev Walter Barnes, vicar at St George’s for 45 years, the clock was first emplaced on the tower in 1744. It…

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Littleport Scout Group: Onwards and outwards!

Littleport Scout Group: Onwards and outwards!

There is a definite theme of the great outdoors running through the online activities offered by the 1st Littleport Scout Group this spring. The Beaver Scouts have been busy gardening, making bird feeders, and designing kites, plus there has also been a spot of indoor den building. ‘Den building is one of the activities we love to do when on camp, so to see the Beavers having fun at home with our adapted activity indoors…

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What Earthly Comfort can we expect from Spiritualism?

What Earthly Comfort can we expect from Spiritualism?

All the religions in the world, regardless of their philosophy, doctrine, dogma, ritual and opinion of other religions, all offer comfort to their adherents and followers in times of personal distress. The form that takes can be any amount of rituals and ceremonials with supplications and requests for help both from the sufferer of all those ‘slings and arrows of outrageous fortune’ and those who would seek alleviation and melioration from them on their behalf….

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Littleport Life’s Cathy Gibb-de Swarte remembers Norman South

Littleport Life’s Cathy Gibb-de Swarte remembers Norman South

When Littleport’s sporting legend “Twink” Norman David South left his beloved village to move into Swaffham’s The Paddocks Care Home his presence was missed by so many of us who were used to bumping into him on a practically daily basis at the local shops! He was such a likeable and humorous man and the headlines reporting his passing on Christmas Day were a great shock and sadness for the whole of Littleport. I had…

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