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People of the Parish

Our archive is centred around events, people and places, take a look below at all the people we have catalogued to date, with more be added all the time.

Carpet Bowls Club

1990's club met at the New Village Hall

Cooper Family of Crossdale Street

George and Lucy Cooper 1920's

Football Club

The Northrepps Football team North East Norfolk Junior League (Winners) 1923-24

Girl Guides

Only photo to date is from 1920

Lawrence Family

Arther Lawrence Sisters Harriet Violet and Mabel

Northrepps WI

1948 Production in old Village Hall


1931 School photo

Sunday School

Dedication of the Sunday School banner Northrepps Sunday School
Banner Dedication 7th June 1959

Back Row
Mrs B Richardson - Anna Thompson – Muriel Bowles – Brian Abbs – David Craske – Rev EW Blyth – Penelope Silver (With Banner) – Mr John Golden – Jennifer Risebrow – Carol Farrow – Rev GM Lister – Carol Risebrow – Muriel Fraser

Middle Row
Susan Risebrow – John Pardon – John Brett – Michael Parker – Philip Risebrow – Peter Thompson – Terence Bane – Derek Breeze – Donald Fraser – Richard Ransome – Jacqueline Hurn – Janet Larke – Graham Bowles – Cherry Silver – Mrs W Payne

Front Row
Ivan Ransome – Mervyn Ransome – Carol Thompson – Joy Risebrow – Mrs CR Gurney – Mrs B Averill – David Hurn – Nigel Smith – Frank Smith – John Hayward – Jane Hayward

War memorial

Churchyard War memorial
Erected around 1920, from donations by parishioners, and dedicated to the fallen of the First and Second World Wars, is listed at Grade II for the following principal reasons:
Historic interest as an eloquent witness to the tragic impact of world events on the local community, and the sacrifice it made in the conflicts of the C20.

Architectural interest: as a modest but well-executed memorial.

Group value: with the Church of St Mary the Virgin (listed at Grade I).
(Historic England)

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