The Calm After the Storm.

After storm Doris hit many hard yesterday, today is indeed the calm after the storm. If you are thinking of popping out this weekend we have some wonderful goodies for you listed below. Remember, whether you are out on a walk, cycle, drive, jet ski, abseil or hand-glide, we have something for you. With our free Wifi, hot and cold drinks including fresh filter coffee (we are currently putting a brew on only at weekends, but if you are coming in during the week just give us a heads up if you would like us to put a batch on for you as it takes minutes to prepare) and lots of food for thought. Or thought for food…
In the Fridge:
Lots of local cheese, cold drinks including posh pop, Norfolk Yogurt, Butter, jerky and many many wonderful cuts of our farm reared beef including rump, sirloin, brisket, topside, silver-side, fillet, braising steak, mice and much more.

Veg:
Parsnips, cabbages, cauliflower, cooking and eating apples, Red and White onions and more.

Freezer:
Many more cuts of our farm reared beef, perfect for your Sunday roast or indeed any night of the week, sausages, bacon, Little Norfolk Kitchen Ready meals made by head chef Andy Snowling, Norfolk Ice Cream and more.

Oils:
Not only can you buy all of our infusions, dressings, marinades and original oil pre-bottled, you can also use our refill station. Simply buy one of our suitable pop top bottles then pay for the oil you choose to put into it. Next time you come back, you only have to pay for the oil you put in the bottle, making a great saving and giving you the flexibility to try whichever oil you so choose.

Our Shelving of kitchen cupboard essentials and treats:

This we don’t shout about enough. To be fair, had we shouted yesterday you would not of heard us over the wind anyway. Here there is Letheringsett Watermill flour, oats and muesli (from the only working watermill in Norfolk), Grey Seal Coffee (that we use to make our fresh filter coffee with, Honey from the village, Jams, chutneys, hot chocolate shots (where you just add warm milk and you have a creamy, coco treat), Norfolk Biscotti (gluten free available too) and from Rainbow Wholefoods lots of essentials to help you make a complete meal with pasta, tinned tomatoes, sugar, stock cubes, red wine and cyder vinegar and more.

Courtesy of Tiger Lilly flowers in the village we have some beautiful bouquets of flowers for you or your loved one, we have freshly brewed filter coffee for £2, regular tea, instant coffee and hot chocolate for £1, bags fire wood for only £3, big bags of spuds for £3.50 and our usual hen (£1.15 1/2 dozen), duck (£1.80 1/2 dozen) and quails eggs (£2.50 for a dozen).

 

From all of us at the farm, have a wonderful weekend.

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Village hall bookings now online

You can see the village hall booking as a list of events on the calendar page alongside the village calendar.

Village hall bookings are for the ‘slot’ time and may not be equal to the duration of the event itself.  Please check with the organisers before attending.

Click here for the calendar and hall bookings page.

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Traffic calming – Wheelie Bin Stickers

If you would like to encourage traffic to slow down through the village. Please call into the Post Office and collect your wheelie bin stickers. There is a very limited supply so be quick. Lookout for the wheelie bins outside School Farm, on The Green and Ferry Road.

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Roger Smith Norfolk County Councillor’s report to Surlingham Parish Council

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Pancake Day 28th February

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Upcoming events at Coldham Hall

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Church News February 19th 2017

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Good news-Boo the Siberian husky is back home

We are delighted to report that Boo, the Siberian husky was found at Bramerton. Her owner Irene says,

‘Thank you so much to all the wonderful people of Surlingham, Boo is back home with us.  Please can you let people know the search is over.’

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