Popular calendar highlights village organisations
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A calendar which offers a snapshot into the life of a Norfolk village has proved to be very popular.
Created by four members of the parochial church council (PCC) at St Mary Magdalene Church in Pulham Market, near Diss, the calendar aims to raise awareness of the clubs and organisations in the village.
All 100 copies of the calendar have been sold and profits made will be put back into the village to help groups and organisations.
PCC member Fred Howard, who created the calendar along with Dan Cornish, Betti Hills and Margaret Willy, said: 'We decided to put a calendar together with 12 different organisations and groups in the village to raise awareness of them and to show the church is involved in the community.'
Groups involved in the calendar include the Pulham Playgroup, Open House coffee mornings, horticultural group, Pulham Primary School and Brownies.
In addition to a picture of the organisation, there is information about what the group is and does and contact details.
With the calendars a popular move, Mr Howard said the group may choose to create another one next year.
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He said: 'There are some suggestions of doing another calendar of pictures of the village. But I don't know, it was a lot of hard work.'