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What's new on Hethersett Web

Welcome to the web site dedicated to the village of Hethersett in Norfolk, England. Here you can read about what is new to the site.

Small Ads Section

Are you looking for a house in Hethersett or require a specific service. Then visit the new small ads section of the web site. It's free to advertise. Just send details by clicking here

 

Poetry Corner Launched

Do you write poetry and live in or have some connection with the village? Would you like your poetry published free of charge on this site? If you answered yes to these questions then poetry corner is for you. We will highlight the work of both published and unpublished poets. So far we have contributions from Bea Ewart, George Beckford, Ron Baker and Peter Steward with poems written on diverse subjects from ecology and social concern to a World War monument and London. To read these just click here. To contribute up to three poems just e-mail them by clicking here. Please head your e-mail poetry submission so that it is not mistaken for spam.

 

 

Older News Archived

 

News and features from the village for the current month now appear on the front page. Each month we archive the previous month's copy and this can now be found on a new section by clicking here.

 

History of Methodism in Hethersett

 

A very interesting booklet written by Margaret Ford and Norma Virgoe on the history of Methodism in the village entitled "A Sure Foundation"  is now available on this site and can be accessed by clicking here.

 

New Community Section

 

A new community section is being set-up where individual groups and societies can have their own section. First up will be Woodside First School.

 

Village Comment

 

It annoys us when we hear of plans to cut back rural services. So this section lets us get things off our chest. If you would like to comment on anything to do with the village I'm happy to include it here. Top go to this section just click here.

 

Hethersett Electronic Network (HEN)

 

A new electronic network to bring together organisations and groups promoting Hethersett on the Internet is being formed. Read about it by clicking here.

 

Photos Needed

 

The editor has been out and about with his digital camera. Click here to see the results. We are also looking for good photos of the village to reflect what's going on. If you would like to submit any for publication on this site just e-mail them to the editor by clicking here.

 

Latest News  on Front Page

 

The latest news from and about the village is now posted on the front page of the site and a special archive section has been set-up.

 

New on Hethersett Web

 

Additions have been made to the genealogy section, Wartime Hethersett, Other Hethersetts and Hethersett Memories. The Scout group have also contacted the site for a link to their new web site which can be accessed by clicking here.

 

Hethersett Cricket Club

 

A comprehensive history of cricket in the village is being adapted from a booklet by A. Harris and H. Kerslake. This will take time to put on, but the first nine chapters are available. Read these by clicking here.

 

Photographs of St Remigius Church

 

New photographs of the parish church taken during Hethersett Revealed weekend have been added to the church pages.

 

Genealogy Research

 

In this area we feature queries from people researching their ancestors in the village. Please visit it and if you can help them e-mail them direct. If you have a genealogy request please e-mail the editor by clicking here.

 

In Memoriam

 

Why not use the In Memoriam section to remember loved ones. The service is absolutely free. Just e-mail details to the editor.