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THE MERRY MAWKIN

 

Autumn 2016

 

The Merry Mawkin, newsletter of the Friends of Norfolk Dialect (FOND), is packed full of interesting features, pictures and letters, all with one thing in mind – to help preserve our vernacular for future generations.

The A5-size, twenty-eight page glossy magazine – with several pages in colour! – is published four times a year and is free to members of FOND, although non-members may purchase copies if required (contact membership secretary for details).

We welcome anything on a Norfolk theme: stories and poetry in dialect, photographs of bygone days, as well as letters or emails describing what living in Norfolk means to you.

Editor: TBA.


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Autumn 2016

THE MERRY MAWKIN Autumn No. 62

 


 

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