One is the “First Edition, First Issue,” printed in 1611 and known as “The Great He Bible,” shown partially in the photos above. The other is the “Second Folio Edition,” known as “The Great She Bible.” Its Old Testament was printed in 1613, but its New Testament was printed in 1611.

Less than 200 of “The Great He Bibles” are known to exist in the world today. They can be identified by these authenticating attributes:

  • Both the Old and New Testament title pages are dated 1611.
  • A typographical error in Ruth 3:15 reads, “he [referring to Boaz] measured sixe measures of barley and laide it on her; and he went into the citie.” The second pronoun “he” actually refers to Ruth, so it should read “and she went into the citie.” Because of this error, this first edition is often referred to as “The Great He Bible.” Because “he” was changed to “she” in the 1613 printing, the Second Folio Edition is referred to as “The Great She Bible.”




Lining your food waste bin

It is important that food waste is wrapped or placed in a bag when putting it into the outdoor bin as this helps to prevent food waste from sticking to the bin and keeps the bin cleaner.

Changes to the way that the food waste we collect is processed mean that you can use any of the following to put your food waste in or to line your bin:

  • plastic carrier bags
  • old fruit or vegetable bags
  • cereal box liners
  • any polythene bags
  • newspaper
  • or you can continue to use any compostable bags you may have

Bins that contain food waste that has not been wrapped or placed in a bag may not be emptied by the collection crews.

Please note, as there is no longer a requirement to use compostable caddy liners, we will not be stocking them for sale.



Hazardous Waste 2017

Accepted
  • Aerosols – full or part-full
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Garden pesticides and fertilizers – both liquid and powder form
  • Household chemicals and cleansers – both liquid and powder form. eg carpet cleaner, furniture polish, old bottles of bleach etc
  • Paint – including water-based and solvent-based paint
  • Photographic chemicals
  • Wood preservatives, treatments and varnishes

Items we don’t accept during household hazardous waste days

  • Ammunition, explosives or marine flares
  • Asbestos
  • Commercial (or business, or trade) hazardous waste
  • Fireworks
  • Gas canisters (full or part-full)
  • Petrol

What to expect when visiting household hazardous waste days and some tips for your visit

  • Keep all products in their original containers
  • Make sure that all products are properly sealed or bagged to avoid leakage when you transport them
  • Any empty or dried out paint tins can be disposed of in your bin at home or scrap metal bins at recycling centres (if metal)
  • These events are very popular so there are likely to be queues when you visit the recycling centre. Please be patient with our recycling team and other site users. Typically first thing it is very busy so we recommend coming later in the day.









 JULY

 

 

 

 

 


2

Sunday

10am

North Runcton

Benefice Eucharist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

Sunday

09.30

West Winch

Communion

 

 

 

10.30

East Winch

Morning Worship at Village Hall

 

 

 

11.15

Middleton

Communion

 

 

 

3pm

North Runcton

Evening Prayer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

Sunday

09.30

West Winch

Communion

 

 

 

11.15

Middleton

Morning Worship

 

 

 

3pm

North Runcton

Evening Prayer

 

 

 

6pm

East Winch

Communion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23

Sunday

0800

West Winch

Communion

 

 

 

10am

West Winch

Morning Worship

 

 

 

10.30

East Winch

Morning Worship

 

 

 

11.15

Middleton

Communion

 

 

 

3pm

North Runcton

Evening Prayer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

Sunday

10am

West Winch

Benefice Eucharist

AUGUST

6

Sunday

10am

West Winch

Benefice Holy Communion





AUGUST

 

 

 

 

 

8 Trinity

6

Sunday

10.00

East Winch

Benefice Eucharist

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 Trinity

13

Sunday

10.30

East Winch

Village Hall

Morning Worship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

Saturday

 

West Bilney

Lecture  – Dr. Julian Litten Graves & Monuments

 

 

 

 

 

 

10 Trinity

20

Sunday

6.00pm

West Bilney

Holy Communion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23 Wednesday  Walsingham Details and booking: Wendy Galley 840344

 

 

 

 

 

 

11 Trinity

27

Sunday

10.00

Middleton

Benefice Morning Worship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEPTEMBER

 

 

 

 

 

12 Trinity

3

Sunday

10.00

North Runcton

Benefice  Eucharist

 

 

 

 

 

 

13 Trinity

10

Sunday

10.30

East Winch

Village Hall

Morning Worship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

Saturday

 

East Winch

Bring & Share harvest supper

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 Trinity

17

Sunday

11.15

East Winch

Service for Harvest

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 Trinity

24

Sunday

10.30

East Winch

Morning Worship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OCTOBER

 

 

 

 

 

16 Trinity

1

Sunday

10.00

Middleton

Benefice  Eucharist – Harvest Theme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

Sunday

10.30

East Winch

Village Hall

Morning Prayer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

Sunday

11.15

East Winch

Communion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22

Sunday

10.30

East Winch

Morning Prayer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Trinity

29

Sunday

10.00

East Winch

Benefice Eucharist

‘Do Different Sunday’














SILICA SAND EXTRACTION
WEST BILNEY WOOD





NORFOLK MINERALS SITE ALLOCATIONS DPD: SINGLE ISSUE
SILICA SAND REVIEW (THE PLAN) EXAMINATION
Inspector: Jonathan Manning BSc (Hons) MA MRTPI
Programme Officer: Annette Feeney
Annette Feeney, Programme Officer, c/o Planning Services, Norfolk County
Council, County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH
Annette.feeney@norfolk.gov.uk 07775 771026
19 July 2017
Dear Caroline Jeffery,
Norfolk Minerals Site Specific Allocations Development Plan Document:
Silica Sand Single Issue Review – Areas of Search E
I have now had the opportunity to consider all of the written representations
made in relation to AoS E since the Hearing sessions. I am content that I now
have sufficient evidence to come to a suitable view on this matter, without the
need for an additional hearing session.
It would be appreciated if the Council could draft the suggested Main
Modifications (MMs) set out on Pages 7 and 8 of the document ‘Statement by
Norfolk County Council - Response to Historic England’s Statement of March
2017 regarding Area of Search E’, for public consultation, along with any other
MMs that have already been discussed. In addition, I would also like to request
that a MM is drafted for the supporting text to AoS E to make reference to the
need for the relevant assessments in support of any planning application, to
have regard to the historic landscape character of the wider area, to an extent
agreed with Norfolk County Council/Historic Environment Services.
Yours sincerely,
Jonathan Manning









"Priory Ward - Deputy Mayoralty

Some may had read that the Priory Ward councillor of the Borough Council
of Kings Lynn & West Norfolk has been chosen to be Deputy Mayor of the
Council for the civic year of 2017/18.

As your local Councillor fulfilling that role I would love to bring the
mayoralty out to events in Castle Acre, West Acre, East Walton, Pentney,
West Bilney and East Winch.

So if you are organising an event in the community which you feel would
benefit please do consider visiting the Borough Council website and making
an official request. Protocol is that it is the Mayor who is invited but,
in her absence, as Deputy I can fulfill the function or an Honorary
Alderman if I have a prior commitment.

One function I have is to Chair the Mayor?s Charity Committee which is

raising funds for the Purfleet Trust and One to One local charities.

I last ran a marathon in 1983 in Kings Lynn but have signed up for the
Great East Anglian Run (GEAR) 10k run next May in Kings Lynn and any
sponsorship will help my boost my morale during my second run in 35 years
and, more importantly, support these local charities working with the
homeless and those with mental health issues. More info to follow.

Jim Moriarty
Borough Councillor