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10 Km Fun Run - 5 July 2015
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Fun Run 2015

Mothering Sunday Deployed Families Lunch and Easter Egg Extravaganza 22 March 2015

Deployed Families Easter Lunch 2015

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New Fish & Chip Shop - Marham Fish Bar at RAF Marham

Marham Fish Bar

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RAF Marham Awards Night 2015
Wednesday 4 February 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Awards Night - 4 Feb 2015

RAF Marham Deployed Christmas Childrens Party
14 December 2014
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DEplyed Families Christmas Party


RAF Marham Deployed Christmas Childrens Party
14 December 2014
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RAF Marham Deployed Christmas Childrens Party
14 December 2014
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RAF Blue Bull Challenge
Cadet Military Skills Challenge at RAF Marham on 5 October 2014
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Blur Bull Challenge

Some 2014 Families Day Photos to view

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RAF Marham Deplyed Families BBQ - June 2013

RAF Marham Deplyed Families BBQ - June 2013

Families of Deployed Personnel BBQ - June 2013
Flt Lt Ann-Marie Noble was the star of the show at the recent families of deployed personnel BBQ.

The cloudy and very blustery conditions did not stop a group of families of deployed personnel in enjoying themselves at a BBQ
in the Sandringham Centre, organised by Community Support.

Magic Charlie, the Magician did an excellent job in keeping the children entertained, allowing the parents present a few moments of well-earned
relative peace amongst friends. With plenty of food and drink it was also an opportunity not to have to prepare Sunday lunch.
With the added bonus of having the BFBS Ice Cream van on site, the both children and adults could enjoy as many ice creams
as they could manage and some managed several.

The BBQ was all made possible by Flt Lt Ann-Marie Noble, whose fund raising in aid of the Family Welfare Fund, a dedicated fund used for the
welfare of the families of deployed personnel, provided the necessary funding to cover the cost of the event. Although Ann Marie
is still undergoing treatment for cancer, she nevertheless made sure she was able to get back to Marham to be present and as the party
was ending she took centre stage, presenting each of the children with a goodie bag, thereby rounding up what had been a very enjoyable afternoon.

RAF Marham Safety Campaign Posters

RAF Marham Safety Campaign Posters

RAF Marham Safety Campaign Posters

Marham Infant School Cheque Presnetation

Marham Infant School - Jubilee Picnic Cheque Presentation
We thoroughly enjoy being part of this community and the children of Marham Infant School benefit enormously from the generosity of time, funds such as these given today and generally being involved in things that go on.

It is important that the children also give of their time to the community and will use some of these funds to re-invest in the area working with the SWO and the gardens of the newly re-furbished Sandringham Centre when it re-opens.

Michaela Webb
Marham Infant School
Marham Infant School Cheque Presentation

Winner of the letter to The Queen Competition

Background Information:

At one of the ‘Home Alone’ gatherings back in March Mrs Nicky Bryne suggested, ”wouldn’t it be great to celebrate HM the Queens Diamond Jubilee (QDJ) here at Marham with a traditional street party.”

Since then Nicky has “grabbed the bull by the horns” formed a committee / working group, who in turn sought to secure both a venue and financial support. The initial plan was to hold the event within the Oak Avenue Play Park area. However, after much discussion and negotiation it was decided that the event should take place at Marham Infant School, It was also decided that as a way of saying thank you any profits made should be donated to the School.

Notwithstanding the plethora of Jubilee events already planned over the Bank Holiday weekend and not forgetting the downturn in weather conditions, the event stated as planned at 11am and was immediately inundated with visitors. With an array of stalls and children’s activities on offer, families descended primarily on the Tombola stall then on to the tea, coffee and cake stall where a mountain of home made cakes were on offer with only donations as taken payments.

The weather sadly put paid to many of the planned outdoor activities, however, the school made an excellent venue. The majority of stalls were accommodated in the main hall and included: Tombola, Raffle, Tea Coffee and Cake, Guess the weight of the Cake, Number of jelly beans in a jar, Name the Teddy, Treasure Island and many more.

Mid afternoon saw the 1948 Olympic Torch paraded along with Marham’s “Bully” having been on his runabout at RAF Marham. Lots of fun was had by all but most importantly the event brought the Marham community together.

A massive thank you to the committee for the planning, organisation and conduct of the event. Namely: Mrs Nicky Bryne, Lisa Brown, Nicola Holder, Lorraine Baker, Charmaine Campbell, Stephanie Eustace, Lorna Cooper & Mary Wanbon, Not forgetting Mr Joe Bridge for all his supporting work with graphics. A special thank you to Sqn Ldr Henry OC CSS for arranging financial support via the RAFBF and also to Rolls Royce for the kind donation which was used to purchase QDJ badges and coins for each child who attended the event.

The event would not have been so successful without the use of the School, so a mammoth thank you to Head Teacher Michaela Webb. It was calculated that on the day the event accumulated a massive £595.96. Finally, It was estimated that over 1,000 people visited the event, thank you.

RAF Marham’s Rainbow Centre also joined the country in celebrating the Diamond Jubilee with a colourful event for the children at the centre and their families and friends. The children enjoyed dancing along to the Bhangra dancers and participating in many activities throughout the morning. One of the favourites was the ‘free’ ice cream supplied by the BFBS ice cream van. With the weather remaining dry for the celebrations everyone agreed that this had been a fantastic day for all.