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Posted by IBENNA RICHMAN on 28/08/2015   Email

It's really an interesting site keep it up thanks Ibenna


Posted by Catkin on 14/05/2015   Email

I seemed to have forgotten to keep Oxborough Messenger up to date as much as I would like to. I am going to make a renewed effort! This site is wonderful and the Noticeboard in particular - Kelvin's History group is a perfect source for anyone interested researching their family history linked to Oxborough or Oxburgh Hall. Wednesday coffee mornings are a good time to pop into the Bedingfeld to match faces to names of the village, such as Kelvin's. All welcome!


Posted by EDWARD OXBOROUGH on 19/08/2013   Email

great site pleased I found it well done thanks mr Edward oxborough Newcastle upon tyne


Posted by Tony Hewett on 28/09/2012   Email

Fabulous site, only wish I had found it sooner! Anyone related to or remember the English family from Oxborough? Tony


Posted by Catherine Parker on 28/04/2012   Email

I would just like to congratulate Mike and his team for organising and running such a comprehensive and excellent website. We welcome the link to our new venture, The Bedingfeld Arms which only opened on 9th March after it had been closed for quite a while. I have lived in Foulden for 22 years now and so know the area well - and have particularly enjoyed meeting so many fabulous and interesting people who I never knew lived here. We are lucky to live in such a vibrant part of Norfolk! I look forward to meeting you when you pop in the newly decorated Bedingfeld Arms - with log fires, wifi, Frothy Coffee, real Ales, full bar and 9 bedrooms B&B! Dogs, children...all welcome especially if well behaved. Catherine Parker


Posted by Kathy Allard on 09/02/2012   Email

Hi anyone re member us from the rectory? now living the life of Riley in Spain hope to hear from old friends


Posted by Sally Whitelaw (nee Cooper) on 05/02/2012   Email

I grew up in Oxborough, and my sister just told me about this website. It's a great way of keeping in touch for ex-pats like me, now living in Australia, to keep in touch with my old home town. Great website, loved seeing the photographs, and good to see that the church roof restoration will soon be under way.


Posted by Peter Locke on 20/01/2012   Email

I'm trying to contact Phyllis and Martyn Clarke by telecom or email, they played Flute and Sax at the Christmas Carol Concert 2011


Posted by Stephanie Lock on 13/10/2011   Email

Does anyone remember anything about the Silver Threads Club. I believe both my grandparents Bertie and Elsie Clarance were founder members. Also would there be any info regarding my grandfather Bertie Clarance... he was on the parish council for 13 years, and the church council for 8 years.


Posted by Mary Worman on 14/05/2011   Email

I remember Bert and Elsie very well - we lived in Church Lodge and they used to walk past our house to the shop chatting away. In those days people sat outside the front of their houses and would stop and pass the time of day - those were the days!


Posted by Stephanie Lock on 10/05/2011

My grandparents (Bertie & Elsie Clarance) owned The Red House until the 70's. I vaguely remember visiting there when I was about 5 years old. I must re-visit Oxburgh sometime, it looks a lovely place, and my grandparents are resting in the churchyard. Great website!


Posted by Bob Greef on 10/04/2011   Email

Lovely site, only just found out about it. Have some old pics of Oxburgh which I am only too happy to share via the site.