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Walsingham,

town (1991 pop. 18,050), Norfolk, E central England. It is the site of Walsingham Abbey, one of the renowned shrines of medieval England.
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Walsingham

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Sir Francis. ?1530--90, English statesman. As secretary of state (1573--90) to Elizabeth I he developed a system of domestic and foreign espionage and uncovered several plots against the Queen

Walsingham

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a village in E England, in Norfolk: remains of a medieval priory; site of the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham
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Looking at the gilded chambers of Whitehall during his reign (1603-25), it would appear that few lasting changes resulted from Cromwell's administrative precedents or from the half-century of achievement by the Cecil and Walsingham secretariats.
The origin of Walsingham was a dream or a vision in which Our Lady revealed the exact dimensions of her house at Nazareth so that it could be rebuilt in the English countryside according to her specifications.
The award recognises charities which have demonstrated an exceptionally high standard of governance and Walsingham was W shortlisted after the board used NCVO's Good Governance Code when appointing new trustees.
All this talk of missions and reasons should wait.' Walsingham nodded; his eyes red with fatigue.
A spokesman for the Diocese of Liverpool said: "The Walsingham day was a first for the cathedral, and there was a huge turn-out.
Walsingham's entrance hall has an oak gallery which leads to six bedrooms, two with dressing rooms and en suites, as well as a family bathroom on the middle floor and a shower room on the top floor.
It was while he was based at the Anglican shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk that he founded Let The Children Live!
Sir Francis Walsingham; a courtier in a age of terror.
IN DECEMBER'S Link, we told readers of the forthcoming Walsingham Youth Festival to take place this year at Ushaw College on Saturday, 19th April.
Evan Williams is getting a tune out of Walsingham at the moment, but it's more to do with his placing of the horse than having a big improver on his hands, and I would prefer to keep opposing him, especially at the forecast 9-4.
The Anglican shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk celebrates 75 years since it was renovated and to mark the occasion a series of lectures called Celebrating Sacred Space is travelling around the UK.
SOUTHWELL: 2.00 Our Jolly Swagman, 2.30 Balinahinch Castle, 3.00 The Names Bond, 3.30 Idlewild, 4.00 Shower Of Hail, 4.30 Walsingham, 5.00 Cloudy Lane.