A moving service. So many names from one village.
The Mobile Library visits Norham every two weeks on a Wednesday. Stops West Street 12.45 to 13.05 and in Castle Street from 13.10 to 13.30pm. To find out more visit My Library
We have just spent a week in Norham on holiday. I would like to say thank you to all in the village for being so friendly, it was refreshing to visit somewhere where the locals all spoke to us and made us feel welcome. The village is lovely and with a sense of community. You […]
Last Saturday saw a wonderful line-up of vintage tractors in Norham. A great tribute to the late Terry Hume who did so much for this event during his lifetime in years past and took great pleasure from it. Thanks to all who participated and special thanks to the whole Hume family for helping organise this year’s rally. […]
The Living Nativity event in Norham on 17th December was a wonderful spectacle enjoyed by many, young and not-so-young. Did you take pictures you would like to post? The next week the Living Nativity service tok place at at Norham, St Cuthbert’s Church
NORHAM WALL CALENDARS FOR 2017 now available in most of the village shops or directly from Pauline, telephone number +44-01289 382203 or email us your request. Only £5.50 (p&p extra) all proceeds in aid of The Village Pantomime. Help them stage this year’s “Cinderella” Pauline Kerr
The second Bike Fest took place on Sunday 11th September. The event proved to be very successful, being well supported by cyclists from all over Northumberland and the Borders. The scooter race once again stole the show with children, as young as two years old, pushing the length of Castle Street. Records were broken on […]
The Inter Scaldis from Holland gave their Pipes and Drums a warm-up on the Green before proceeding to the Church to give their very enjoyable concert.
The Coldstreamers came to Norham on Monday 1st August. See some of them on The Green before the riders disappeared into the Village Hall for the splendid tea provided by Norham WI
Nine young people staying at Seahouses for the 2016 “Staying Alive” project were seen in Norham on Saturday 30th July. They were assisting our “Messy Church” in the Norham Churchyard. The objective was to find Canon Gilly’s grave and remove ivy from many others. These objectives were successfully achieved. May sound boring but you can […]