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Maps to support Development Plan

All maps showing Yarmouth through to Gorleston, orientation due North, key for symbols on each.
Map A - Primary Schools / Existing Infants' departments
Map B - Primary Schools / Proposed Infants' departments
Map C - Primary Schools / Existing Junior departments
Map D - Primary Schools / Proposed Junior departments
Map E - Existing Secondary Schools and Senior departments of Primary Schools
Map F - Secondary Schools / Proposed departments
Map G - Proposed Nursery Class Units to be attached to Infants' Schools
Map H - Playing Fields not attached to schools
Map J - Distribution of Population 1939
Map K - Ultimate distribution of population

Borough of Great Yarmouth

Interim Report to the Council of the Shrine

"Memorandum on future needs in relationship to Walsingham Properties"
Elmham House complex
Aelred House
Youth Hostel Complex
Dow House
Future Requirements: Elmham House complex, Improvements to Friday Market Church of the Annunciation, External work to Friday Market Church, Elmham House garden and its properties, Essential maintenance, Aelred House, Youth Hostel complex, Conclusion (specifies 6 aims)
Map of area with properties highlighted

Birch, Clive Rev SM LGSM

Annotated Map ex John Sennitt

Map previously provided by Mr J Sennitt with annotation highlighting an area "owned by Walsingham Trust"

John Sennitt (-1999), Architect

Map; Property for auction at St John's Road/Station Road, March

Map announcing a sale by auction by Messrs Frederick Grounds & Son at the Griffin Hotel in March on Wednesday 1/10/1919.
Lots 1 to 25 identified at corner of Station Road and St John's Road in March. Manuscript note identifies lots 6, 7 & 8 as "church property" 165 feet deep & 120 feet frontage on St John's Road. (Scale: 1 Chain to an Inch).
Ollard & Ollard, Solicitors

Ollard & Ollard (1903-2013)

Marked up map of Little Walsingham

OS map showing Little Walsingham. Added key - red shading for Shrine (Diocesan) property; blue shading for other RC bodies (Canon Hume, Marist Fathers, Marist Sisters, Little Sisters of Jesus)

Birch, Clive Rev SM LGSM

Dunlop Heywood to Fr Allen: Land to rear of Black Lion Hotel, Walsingham

  • GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-07-118
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1991-12-16
  • Parte deWalsingham Shrine

Position with respect to the view of First National Bank. History of ownership of the Black Lion and a disappearing owner. The bank claims ownership of the land highlighted in red in the attached map. In about 1988, the bank advanced money for a development with 10 cottages but no parking. Times have changed and a planning application for such a development would likely fail. Also, land values have plummeted, however, the bank may sell to regain some of their investment but are not providing a figure. Valuation without a scheme is difficult. The bank is confident it can make a sale with vacant possession but would like to know what may be offered before they embark on Court action, etc. Suggest Fr Allen consider making an offer to stimulate a valuation and perhaps sale. Mr & Mrs Seiquence are the owners of the Black Lion Hotel from October 1991

Dunlop Heywood

Toller & C to First National Commercial Bank: Land at rear of Black Lion Hotel, Walsingham

  • GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-07-124
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1992-7-28
  • Parte deWalsingham Shrine

£90,000 offered by the client. Confirm the pedestrian right of way (marked in yellow on the map attached); done his best to outline the area of interest on the map - client would be interested in the kitchen if offered. Will adjust right of way if not acceptablle to Mr & Mrs Seiquence.

Toller, Christopher FRICS FSVA ACIArb

Leaflet from "Churches Together in Saint Ives"

Aid to locate the Church, presumably provided by Fr Kerby.
Page 1 - Image of St Ives quayside with words "Welcome to Saint Ives"
Page 2 - "This leaflet comes to you from "Churches Together in Saint Ives" plus short additional text
Page 3 - 5 Religious centres named with address, location and telephone number
Page 4 - Map showing location of religious centres - added red dot and "P" to show location of Catholic Church parking


Map of land

Hand drawn map: The Black Lion Hotel / Market Place / High Street / Old Grammer [sic] School House. Area of interest outlined in red.

Bond, Arthur

Black Lion Hotel - Boundary Wall

Letter about an agreement (included) for Mr & Mrs Siequence to sign to obtain suitable permissions prior to wall demolition (on a particular route identified in accompanying map), reconstruct the wall according to specifications, create a gateway at points A/B. The gateway is for emergency access. Still waiting for the First National Commercial Bank to reply.

Toller, Christopher FRICS FSVA ACIArb

Walsingham historical documents

  • GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-06-03-6
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 1986-
  • Parte deWalsingham Shrine

  1. A4, 1 page, photocopy, undated, unknown origin, "Shrines of Our Lady" - sketch map of England and Wales identifying and locating shrines.
  2. A4, 5 pages, [original] typescript, Author Grace E Jelf, 1986 - "The Story of Walsingham according to Pynson's Ballad (dated 1465)" pages 3, 4 & 5 signed by author.
  3. A4, 5 pages, [printed] copy, Author Grace E Jelf, 1986 - "The Story of Walsingham according to Pynson's Ballad (dated 1465)"
  4. A4, 1 page, undated, "The Shrine of 'Our Lady at the Oak'" (Costessey)
  5. A5, 1 page; 2 sides; undated; printed; "Walsingham" - side 1 - history of Walsingham; side 2 - Slipper Chapel history.



  • GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-02-7
  • Unidad documental simple
  • 9th to 15th October
  • Parte deRCDEA Photographs

Cards & maps collected during trip
Postcards: 1 history; 6 postcards & 1 book of 10 (Ypres), Places; 13 buildings (churches); 13 artwork; 15 objects (e.g. statues)
3 Guide Booklets: St Omer Cathedral; Brugges; Ghent