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  • 1.30pm update: Gorleston man in critical condition after police find ... 1.30pm update: Gorleston man in critical condition after police find him collapsed Wednesday, July 17, 2013 1:41 PM A man is fighting for his life after police found him collapsed at an address in Gorleston. Officers attended the address in Exeter Road and found the man, aged in his fifties, after a member of the public called them with concerns over his safety. Police were called at 5.30pm on Monday, with the ambulance service called at 5.48pm.

    A Norfolk police spokesman said that today - two days after the initial call - police are still on scene and enquiries are ongoing. The man remains in a critical condition. The spokesman added: Police were called to a property on Exeter Road in Gorleston at 5.30pm on Monday, July 15, by a member of the public concerned for the safety of a resident.

    Emergency services attended and found a man collapsed inside.

    He was taken to the James Paget Hospital and has since been transferred to Addenbrooke s where he is currently in a critical condition.

    A police investigation into the circumstances of incident is now underway.

  • 19% fall in Great Yarmouth unemployment | Brandon Lewis The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Great Yarmouth has fallen by almost 20% since last year 1 . A total of 2,792 people claimed Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) in October 2013, compared to 3,458 in October 2012, representing a fall of 19.25%. The news that unemployment has fallen yet again in Great Yarmouth, in line with the rest of the UK, is fantastic.

    The Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has suggested that the UK s economic recovery has taken hold and these figures indicate that he is right.

    I shall continue to work with the Government to get our economy back on track and, as ever, make it clear to ministers and businesses that Great Yarmouth is open for business.

    References ^ fallen by almost 20% since last year (hcl1.hclibrary.parliament.uk)

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  • 28th March 2011 RNIB Digital TV, Sensory Support and Buses ... Description: An Eye with a lightning bolt slashed across it with a banner overlaid on yellow sand spreading to the blue sea in bright sunshine. Minutes of General Meeting Held on 28th March 2011 at 2:30pm At Wherry Way Communal Room, Caister Road, Great Yarmouth Before the meeting began, the Group was informed that the NHS fruit and vegetable van was at Wherry Way every Monday from 1pm, and that members were invited to purchase fresh produce and eggs at very reasonable prices before meetings. David Wilkinson chaired the meeting, which was attended by 23 members and guests.

    Apologies had been received from Judy Morrow, Liz Price and John Kempster. Sarah Morris, Matron of the Ophthalmic Ward and JPH and Penny Leggett from Yare Care, had been expected to attend the meeting, but did not arrive. The minutes of the previous meeting were approved.

    There had been a meeting the previous week with police. Members were informed that once they had initial contact with the police over any matter, they would agree a password to facilitate further communication. Tim reported that he had experience of this system and that it had worked well.

    In response to a query from Linda, the Group were informed that individuals choose a password and inform the police what it is. It was suggested that the visit from the fire brigade be re-scheduled for a future meeting. Paul Bowerbank from the Sensory Support Unit expressed his thanks for the support of the group and individual members during the difficult past 6 months, during which the Unit was first threatened with closure and then had funding cut drastically.

    The campaigns, letters and petitions had made a significant difference to the outcome, and whilst the level of support was going to be severely affected by funding cutbacks, the Unit was still able to run a restricted support service for Visually Impaired, Blind and Deaf people. He explained that the County Council had a legal requirement to provide certain services, but non-statutory services would no longer be provided, and there would be staff redundancies. At present the Unit had 5,000 pieces of equipment on permanent loan, and between 12 14,000 people had in the past received new services, repairs and replacements from the Unit who would now have to make their own arrangements.

    The Unit would still give advice about where to obtain equipment. Paul was currently working on two options for the future of the Unit Option 1 ? that the Deaf Association might employ some staff to assess needs and sell equipment, and Option 2 ?

    that the current service provided to the Deaf/Blind be retained and reviewed after 12 months. Clients would eventually be responsible for managing their own personal budgets. There was no capacity to further increase the service provided.

    The budget for work with the deaf would not be verified until 5th April, but it had been proposed to retain a social worker for deaf people. Paul Bowerbank was qualified to carry out social work assessments and reassured members that critical needs will be met. With regard to the visual impairment side of the Sensory Support Unit, there were currently 5 full time rehabilitation officers, and it was hoped to retain 4 of them.

    One had already succeeded in finding alternative employment and would not be replaced. Although it was not definite, it was hoped that the Unit would retain one Social Worker and one Social Work Assistant. This would depend on the outcome of a meeting with the Assistant Director to discuss ways of making cutbacks in the region of 56,000.

    One duty worker post at the Sensory Support Unit had been cut, so it would not always be possible to contact the Unit directly. It was expected that in future all equipment other than mobility aids would have to be purchased by individuals, but Paul was willing to compile a list of people approved to carry out work adapting homes to meet the requirements of blind and visually impaired people. He would need to liaise with the NNAB about future replacement of existing replacement equipment, e.g.

    white canes with balls on the end, as these would no longer be automatically available. Penny Cox questioned whether there would in future be a longer wait for new clients to be assessed. At present there are two teams of social workers/ rehabilitation workers who receive referrals from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King?s Lynn, James Paget and the Norfolk & Norwich, who are responsible for ensuring that legal requirements are met and that advice was provided to clients about other sources of advice and support, but this level of support was not likely to continue.

    Liz Kitchener asked whether the Sensory Support Unit had a backlog of unused stock which the NNAB could take over, but Paul was unable to make any commitment at this stage about the disposal of equipment held by the Sensory Support Unit as this was the property of Norfolk County Council. As an employee of Norfolk County Council he was not at liberty to make decisions of that nature, nor had he followed up an approach from ITV to appear in a feature involving the Norfolk Coalition of Disabled People which Siobhan had also been contacted about. Paul was thanked for contributing to the meeting and updating members of the current situation with the Sensory Support Unit.

    David then welcomed Peter Atkin from the RNIB who had been invited to talk to the group about the changeover to Digital television. The changeover to Digital television in Norfolk would take place in two stages, on 9th and 23rd November, when all analogue reception would disappear. The change would mean a fairer deal in that everyone would have access to channels currently available only to those with a Freeview box or television with built-in Freeview, and there would be better quality reception, both in sound and picture quality, and better access to audio description.

    There are 4 different ways to go digital ? with existing equipment which is Sky satellite based, through a Freeview box, via Cable and via Freesat which is a BBC/ITV initiative similar to Sky but with no monthly payments, and restricted to 12 English channels. To qualify for access to the Helpscheme, it is necessary to meet one of the following criteria 1.

    be over 75 2. be in receipt of Attendance Allowance, DLA, Income Support or Pension Credits 3. be Registered blind or partially sighted.

    There was a 40 subsidy, and an engineer would check the aerial for digital signal, set up a Freeview box, and show how to use the handset. A customer helpline would be available 24/7 and work would be guaranteed for 18 months. Existing Sky, Cable and Freesat networks are already digital-ready, and existing Freeview boxes will need to be re-tuned.

    Peter then demonstrated the difference audio description made to a brief extract from an episode of Eastenders, which was very interesting and informative. He said that in the first week of any new film, Odeon cinemas included audio description, and that the RNIB was pushing for Museums, Art Galleries and major sporting venues to offer audio description. In answer to a question about digital radio, Peter said that it was the government rather than the BBC which was delaying a switchover, but it will take at least two years.

    The present quality of digital radio is very variable. Peter had brought copies of a helpful and well-produced booklet about the changeover to Digital TV in different formats for members to take away. Peter was thanked for his entertaining and informative talk.

    Chris Maule-Oatway from NNAB spoke about the unexpected and sudden introduction of further restrictions for use of senior citizen and disabled persons? bus passes, which were mainly reduced hours for travelling free of charge, and the withdrawal of free passes for sighted companions. The public consultation had not been well publicized and was undertaken mainly by phone calls and via the internet.

    Chris said that he had completed an emailed questionnaire as an individual pass holder, not as an NNAB representative. A Scrutiny Panel had been asked to look at the case for withdrawing the new restrictions to the times pass holders were allowed to use their passes, and Chris suggested that members write to local councillors and the MP to explain the hardship the restriction causes, and keeping any bus tickets purchased outside of the time the pass was valid. This was a cost-cutting exercise undertaken by Norfolk County Council, and only a relatively small number of blind people were involved, though the impact the change would make on them was potentially a big issue, for example in terms of getting to college on time, being able to undertake voluntary work and going to shops before they got busy.

    The new restrictions were not being enforced by all bus companies. David agreed to include a list of names councillors? names with the minutes.

    Chris was thanked for attending the meeting and keeping members informed. Ian Hardy encouraged members to sign up for one of the visits to Great Yarmouth Potteries with Liz or Wendy. Members should make their own way there.

    In terms of local government cutbacks, Ian said that Great Yarmouth Borough Council was revising its own management structure, and that cutting back of some services would be essential. He encouraged the VIP User Group members to keep themselves well informed, research well as they usually do, get hold of the facts and ask pertinent questions. The Group agreed to send an official letter to the Chief Executive of the Borough Council, and members were encouraged to make individual representations about ways in which cutbacks would affect them personally.

    Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act, people could expect to be dealt with respectfully and have their issues and concerns addressed sympathetically. Members had met with the MP about the King Street crossing hazard, and he may try to lobby to have it sorted out. Penny would invite Sarah Morris to the July meeting to feedback on developments since her previous visit to the group.

    Chris Stanley from the Lions Club would be bringing his ?silent? electric car for members to listen to. On 11th May there would be a demonstration in London about rights for people with disabilities which Penny encouraged members to take part in.

    Trains would be going from Norwich. The Craft Club was meeting each Friday, doing basket work, coffee morning at Hall Quay each 2nd Friday, Book Club at the Library on the last Friday of each month, and Sailing would begin on Tuesdays in May. The consultation at Christchurch about changes to DLA was attended by 86 people, and the VIP Group was well represented.

    The RNIB was launching a national campaign to remove cars and obstructions off pavements. Penny would keep the meeting informed about this. George raised a question about the possibility of a bus shelter being provided at Prince of Wales?

    Road at Caister. There was some confusion about who was responsible for provision of bus shelters, but it was suggested that he should contact a member of his Parish Council in the first instance. There had been no reply from the Council to letters about the provision of more pedestrian crossings in Gorleston.

    Concern was expressed about the lack of safe crossing places between Middleton Road and Bridge Road, and from Links Road to the seafront. Darren said he was concerned about the hazard of wheelie bins on pavements in Great Yarmouth, and wondered whether it would be possible to have them marked with yellow and black tape if it was impractical to remove them. The next meeting will be at 2pm on 23rd May 2011 at Wherry Way.

    The meeting closed at 4:30pm Appendix A Contact details for Norfolk County Councillors representing Great Yarmouth district Mr Michael Reginald Harry Carttiss Conservative Member of Norfolk County Council for West Flegg Division Parish or Urban areas within the Division: Ashby with Oby, Filby, Fleggburgh, Martham, Mautby, Repps with Bastwick, Rollesby, Stokesby, Thurne Melrose, Main Road, Filby Great Yarmouth Norfolk NR29 3HN Telephone (Home):01493 368238 Email: Not available Web: www.norfolk.gov.uk/michaelcarttiss 1 References ^ www.norfolk.gov.uk/michaelcarttiss (www.norfolk.gov.uk)

  • 2pm update: Shops are open as investigations into Gorleston High ... 13:57 10 June 2013 Lauren Rogers 1 The "large hole" in Gorleston High Street revealed a cavern below. Archant Norfolk County Council is due to start excavation work tomorrow (Tuesday) as investigations into what caused a hole to appear in the middle of Gorleston High Street continue. Gorleston s usually busy shopping strip was shut by police just before 4pm on Friday when a small section of road surface caved in, revealing a deep cavern below.

    It was initially thought the cavity was the result of a collapsed sewer, but Anglian Water this morning said it had carried out a detailed survey of their sewers in the area and found them all in working order. Earlier today, a team from the county council s highways department returned to the scene. A spokesman for Norfolk County Council said workers are this afternoon putting together a map of all utility services in the area ahead of any excavation work which is expected to start tomorrow.

    It is essential because when we start to excavate we don t want to make things worse by going through cables or pipes, said the spokesman. This will also allow us to check for failure or leaks that may have caused the void. As well as working from plans, we will be using ground sonar to check for unmarked or disused apparatus beneath the road.

    In the meantime signs are going up to inform people that the High Street businesses are open as usual. Reminding customers that shops are still open for business, Brian Durrant of Keith s Butchers on the High Street said: It s hard enough as it is, without something like this. It is business as usual but we are losing a lot of passing trade.

    2 comments The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site A man who was found on Denmark Road was pronounced dead at the scene when emergency services arrived this morning. Community leaders have said a government minister s pledge to help fund flood defences in Lowestoft has given them confidence they will be able to secure the rest of the funding needed for the scheme. He made a real pig s ear of his bid for freedom, and could have drowned in the process.

    A commitment in principle has been made to provide up to 3million to a town s flood defence scheme.

    References ^ Lauren Rogers (www.lowestoftjournal.co.uk)

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  • 30 jobs created in firm's move to Beacon Park Gorleston Trevor Wainwright, leader of Great Yarmouth Borough Council Picture: James Bass Stephen Pullinger 1 Friday, December 13, 2013 12:32 PM More than 30 jobs have been created by the expansion of a global energy firm on to Beacon Park, Gorleston. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in. US-based Hydra Rig, which makes nitrogen converters and coiled tubing units for the oil and gas industry, has invested about 3.5m dollars into new 30,000sq ft premises on the park which is part of the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft (New Anglia) Enterprise Zone.

    General manager Chris Aulert said: Since arriving in Yarmouth 13 years ago we have steadily expanded on to four sites employing nearly 140 people; we found ourselves needing more space and initially the only available space we could find was in Norwich. He confessed it had taken considerable bargaining to be accepted on the park because his company was more heavy industry than most of the site s white collar tenants. However, he stressed they had faced stiff competition for the premises and said there was considerable potential to house other companies like theirs on Beacon Park because of the lack of suitable modern sites elsewhere around Yarmouth.

    Mr Aulert said if they had not found a site in the town they would have been faced with moving their whole operation to Norwich. That would have presented a real problem, logistically, financially, and for our workforce, who mostly live in the Yarmouth area. Keeping our entire operation in one area is vital for continuity, communication and streamlined logistics, and the advantages of being in the enterprise zone are considerable, he said.

    One of the benefits of being located there is simplified planning, which suits Hydra Rig s plans for the future. He said: Further expansion is very likely for us, and the 2.5 acre Beacon Park site already has planning permission for an additional 16,000sq ft extension, so simplified planning will help to ensure that we can grow quickly without encountering too much red tape that could be the difference between winning or losing major contracts. Another advantage of our situation here is reduced business rates.

    We will be saving in the region of 190,000 over the next five years because of this, which is substantial, especially in a recession when every penny counts. Trevor Wainwright, leader of Yarmouth Borough Council, said: This is incredibly good news for Hydra Rig, their employees and for the borough. This decision shows that Yarmouth has a lot to offer energy companies looking to expand or relocate.

    By staying in Yarmouth and choosing to move to Beacon Park, Hydra Rig is able to keep all its staff and operation in the town.

    3 comments The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site References ^ Stephen Pullinger (www.eveningnews24.co.uk)

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  • 5 Charming Countryside Parks If rolling hills, leafy lanes and magical waterways are top of your list then one of our idyllic countryside locations will be perfect for you. Get back to nature and enjoy the relaxing, peaceful atmosphere at one of our top park picks The ultimate country retreat, at White Acres you ll find yourself amongst 184 acres of beautiful rolling Cornish countryside. This charming location is perfect for picnics, exploring a wildlife trail and, of course, a spot of fishing on our 13 peaceful lakes.

    Just 3 miles from the surf capital itself, Newquay Holiday Park provides stunning countryside views in every direction. You can really get away from it all and immerse yourself in the lush green setting of this pretty country park. Located in Holton Heath, just 3 miles from Wareham Forest, you ll find fun for all the family in this idyllic country setting.

    Explore all that Dorset has to offer, from beautiful beaches and stunning views to lively towns and fun attractions. At Cherry Tree you ll love the gorgeous green setting of this lively park. Unwind amongst the stunning countryside surroundings, explore the magical Norfolk Broads and don t forget you re perfectly positioned between Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Beach.

    Just four miles from Ayr, Sundrum s glorious rolling countryside setting is perfect for exploring this region. Here in this picturesque location you can get away from it all while still having plenty to see and do on your doorstep. Have one of these beautiful parks caught your eye?

    Get booking today 1 and give yourself something to look forward to!

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  • 5 Family Tickets East Anglian Game & Country Fair The 2015 East Anglian Game & Country Fair will take place on Saturday the 25 th & Sunday the 26 th April, at The Norfolk Showground, Norwich. Iceni Post has teamed up with the East Anglian Game & Country Fair to provide you with the chance to win one of five family tickets. The Five entries drawn out of the hat were from: Beccles x 2, Kings Lynn, Stowmarket, & Great Yarmouth Entry closing date was 31st March 2015 But you still have time to Save Money by Booking in Advance!

    Advance Discounted Ticket Prices Adult 13.00 Children 5-16 Years 5.00 Family (2 Adults & 3 Children 5-16yrs) 36.00 Under 5 s Free A 2 booking fee applies per transaction. (Closing date for advance discounted tickets 20/04/15) If you would like to speak to one of our team about tickets, camping or membership please feel free to call us on 01263 735 828 or email info@ukgamefair.co.uk 1 The East Anglian Game & Country Fair is an annual two day, family event set in glorious parkland at the Norfolk Showground, Norwich. We welcome world class events and attractions to the Norfolk Showground each year. Whether it s watching the main arena or countryside arena displays, seeing the forestry village with cutting and pole climbing competitions, joining in with your dog at the K9 Aqua Dog pool, shopping at the 300 tradestands or relaxing with a glass of bubbly at the members enclosure.

    We hope you will find something for the whole family to enjoy at the show, including your dog. Visit our show events and attractions pages online to view a selection of the fantastic displays on offer at the Game Fair. www.ukgamefair.co.uk 2 See more details about the fair here 3 advert We can promote your business 4 every week on the Iceni Post!

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  • 50 Christmas Trees in a Church, Dickleburgh – The Winners 2015 ... Annie Chapman with the Ladies Tractor Road Run tree The 12th annual 50 Christmas Trees in a Church at All Saints Dickleburgh, drew to a close on Sunday, December 6, with the prize-giving for the 23 most popular trees voted by visitors to the festival. Ladies Tractor Road Run (for Cancer Research UK s breast cancer appeal) was the winner in the adult category for their tree decorated with tiny pink bras. Susan Whymark Funeral Service came second with an amazing dress tree and Culrose Residential Care Home were third with their gingerbread themed tree.

    1st Dickleburgh Rainbows, with Harleston District Girl Guiding s plastic bottle tree.

    1st Dickleburgh Rainbows, who combined with Harleston District Girl Guiding, won the children s category with their fabulous plastic bottle tree, displaying Christmas messages of hope. Harleston CE VA Primary School came second with their Hands of Hope tree and Burston Community Primary School was third with their gingerbread house tree. The Nick Arnull Plate, for the most innovative tree, was shared by Susan Whymark Funeral Service and 1st Dickleburgh Rainbows with Harleston District Girl Guiding.

    The Christmas Tree festival has raised 2,000 for EACH (East Anglia s Children s Hospices) and a donation will also be made to Norfolk & Norwich Hospital Oncology Department, with residual funds being retained by the Benefice of Dickleburgh and the Pulhams. Rowena Roskelly, one of the festival s organisers, said: We have had an excellent week. I would particularly like to thank all the volunteers who helped set up the church and look after visitors throughout the Christmas Tree festival.

    Thanks also go the local organisations and businesses who contributed such a superb collection of decorated trees; many congratulations to all the winners. This has been the last 50 Christmas Trees in a Church at Dickleburgh, although some of the volunteers are thinking about running something different in the church during Advent 2016. For more information about 50 Christmas Trees in a Church , including the full list of winners, see www.50christmastrees.com 1 .

    Related References ^ http://www.50christmastrees.com Ctrl+Click or tap to follow the link (www.50christmastrees.com)

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  • 67 Not Out: Divine Intervention Through Casting The Burden To many this will sound bonkers. My car went in for an annual service and I was told it needed a new battery. I agreed, and this was replaced.

    Problem was that, by disconnecting the battery, this affected other things. It was all righted, except for the car radio, which would no longer work. To correct this the mechanic needed the radio code , unique to my radio.

    He thought he had the right number, but whatever he did the radio wouldn't make a sound. The assumption being that the code was wrong. But, no easy job getting the right code.

    I'd have to travel to the car's main dealer, with proof of ownership, and then they would obtain the code by attaching a special computer - not the normal diagnostic computer that car service mechanics use. I didn't really want to do this and waste a day, but accepted I'd have to do what I was told (for a change). I tried entering the code myself, by following the instructions in the car radio manual, but it wouldn't work.

    Worse still, if you get it wrong once, you can't try again for at least an hour - supposedly for security reasons. I was a bit narked, but that evening I picked up a book from the mountain in my office, opened it up and it was telling how, if you have a problem, you should "cast the burden" . By this it means that problems aren't ours, they belong to the universe to solve.

    Okay, I said this would sound bonkers to many people! Anyway, that night, I cast the problem of my car radio onto the universe by saying that I believed the answer would come as to how I could get the radio working again, without a trip to the main dealer. Next morning I read my horoscope in the newspaper (something I don't normally do).

    It read: "You have to trust that you know what you know and you know what to do. Even if the solution to a problem doesn't seem immediately obvious to you, the right way forward will reveal itself just at the moment when you most feel in greatest need of guidance." This made me smile. After I'd read this we had to go to the supermarket - not something I enjoy - and we parked as near as possible as it was raining.

    My wife got out of the car, but for some inexplicable reason I stayed where I was and fed the code number into the radio, But, instead of following the procedure stated in the handbook, I pushed other buttons as well. There was a glare from my wife - she was getting wet in the rain! But then magically the radio started to play!

    Somehow I had got the radio working again - goodness knows how. I certainly didn't do what the manual said. So - divine intervention, coincidence or pure luck?

    Whatever, it pleased my wife, despite the rain, and I'd earned myself a few brownie points!

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  • 67 Not Out: Police Say Amazing Coincidence Sends Man To Jail Here's a story I dug out of the archives. It shows that if you are about to do a dodgy deal you must make sure who is standing next to you. An alcoholic cheque pusher, caught by what police describe as a most amazing coincidence, was sentenced to one year in the Ottawa County Jail.

    James Shragg of O'Connor Street, will be treated for alcoholism while in custody. He pleaded guilty to two false pretenses charges. Shragg was arrested in a Sparks Street bank.

    He was trying to deal with a forged cheque for $420 when the owner of the account on which it was written began to transact business at the wicket beside him. She overheard Shragg talking to the teller and mentioning her name as a former employer. She immediately told her own teller to call the police.

    After questioning, Shragg admitted passing another $420 cheque at another bank several days previously.

    He said he had not written the cheques and was passing them for other men - whose identity he didn't know!

    Other Random Posts: 10 Coincidence And Synchronicity Stories 1 How Egg Custard Saved His Life 2 Reincarnation: Her Small Son Had Been Killed In A Previous Life During World War 1 3 References ^ 10 Coincidence And Synchronicity Stories (www.67notout.com) ^ How Egg Custard Saved His Life (www.67notout.com) ^ Reincarnation: Her Small Son Had Been Killed In A Previous Life During World War 1 (www.67notout.com)

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  • 85,000 more Norfolk homes and businesses set for super-fast ...DC11-208 13, September 2011 Nine more exchange areas included in latest phase of BT s 2.5 billion super-fast fibre broadband programme Another 85,000 homes and businesses in Norfolk are set to benefit from super-fast broadband, BT announced today. Beccles, Norwich West, Brundall, Caister-on-sea, Gorleston, Norwich Thorpe, Thetford, Costessey and Kings Lynn are the latest places included in the company s 2.5 billion roll-out of fibre broadband. It will take the number of Norfolk homes and businesses being passed by the new super-fast network to more than 131,000.

    The latest upgrades are due to be completed by Autumn 2012. BT s local network business Openreach expects to make super-fast fibre broadband available to two-thirds of UK homes and businesses by the end of 2015*. It is building the new network using a mix of fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) and fibre to the premises (FTTP) technologies.

    Both provide much faster speeds than those previously available to many UK homes and businesses. FTTC, delivered to street cabinets, currently offers download speeds of up to 40Mbps and upstream speeds up to 10Mbps. Openreach is planning to roughly double these speeds next year.

    FTTP, where the fibre goes directly to homes and businesses, will offer speeds of up to 100Mbps. Dave Hughes, BT s regional director for the East of England, said: BT s roll-out of super-fast broadband is marching on at a rapid pace. Residents and businesses in these latest locations can look forward to choosing a high-speed connection over a network offering an unrivalled choice of suppliers, which keeps competition thriving and costs down.

    Our latest investment in Norfolk will propel internet users at home and at work into the 21st century fast lane, and marks another milestone in the development of Norfolk s next generation communications. We have plans to take super-fast broadband to two-thirds of the UK by the end of 2015 but we don t want to stop there. We have long said reaching the largely rural and remote final third will require a partnership approach and we welcome the fact that the UK government has recently allocated funding of hundreds of millions of pounds for next generation broadband initiatives for these more challenging areas.

    BT has the strength and the commitment to deliver large-scale broadband projects and we want to play a leading role in bringing faster technologies to our rural communities. As today s investment demonstrates, BT is playing its part in delivering faster broadband across the UK but there needs to be a collective effort to ensure no part of Norfolk is left behind. Internet users with a fibre broadband connection can do much more online, all at the same time.

    For instance, a family could be downloading a movie, watching a TV replay service, surfing the internet and playing games online. A music track can be downloaded in about two seconds, a whole album in 30 seconds and a feature length HD movie in 10 minutes. Upload speeds are the fastest in the UK, allowing large videos and data files to be sent almost instantly and activities, such as uploading hi-resolution photos to Facebook, to be completed in seconds.

    Unlike other companies, Openreach offers network access to service providers on an open, wholesale basis, supporting a competitive market. For further information on Openreach s super-fast broadband programme visit www.superfast-openreach.co.uk 1 Notes to editors * BT s deployment plans are subject to an acceptable environment for investment. Due to the current network topography, and the economics of deployment, it is likely that a small minority of premises within the selected exchange areas will not initially be able to be served by fibre-based broadband.

    However, Openreach is actively looking at alternative solutions for these locations.

    References ^ www.superfast-openreach.co.uk (www.superfast-openreach.co.uk)

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  • A guide to organic food delivery We re aware that some students prefer the finer things in life, or simply want to eat organic food that is sourced locally to support the planet and local communities. You are probably well aware that you can receive organic food delivery from many sources straight to your door from a local farm. If you know all about organic food deliveries then you may want to jump straight to our handy review of the top companies 1 .

    This will let you see which one we rated best. How does organic food delivery work? To put it simply, the organic food companies such as Riverford 2 , Abel & Cole and Farmison 3 source local produce from local farms and put it all in a box.

    The produce (in the form of vegetables, meat, fruit & more) is all organic and fresh. The idea is that these organic boxes of food are sustainably sourced, support local farmers and are good for your health and the environment. You receive a delivery of an organic food box from someone like Riverford 4 , Farmison 5 or Abel & Cole straight to your door within 2 days of notification sometimes.

    If you like you can even set your organic food box to come every month, fortnight or week. There are 3 common types of organic food box and these are (the organic meat box, the organic vegetable box and the organic fruit box). Organic vegetable delivery (~ 15 30 portions) This is where it all started.

    With the humble vegetable box. The organic vegetable box is probably the cheapest way to buy organic produce online as 10-15 items will only set you back around 10-15 and this is ideal for most students. In each organic vegetable box there is enough to have vegetables with every meal for 2 weeks or more with companies like Riverford 6 and Farmison 7 .

    Organic meat delivery (~ 30 12 portions) An organic meat box can be quite an expensive option for most students. After having a good look around it is clear that they don t come cheap. However, the quality and amount of meat is great.

    For around 30 you can get around 6 different cuts from different animals. Each cut will last around 2 meals and therefore could last you up to two weeks. If 30 appears expensive then it may be a good idea to look at those that offer off cuts or tougher cuts of meat that take longer to cook.

    Organic fruit delivery (~ 10 20 portions) An organic fruit box from someone like Riverford 8 is a great way to make sure you are eating a wide range of vitamins (which keeps away those hangovers and colds). Depending on which types of fruit box you choose you can actually get them for quite cheap. A good idea is to use the organic fruit as a snack instead of the 50p Mars bar every day.

    Organic food boxes compared to the supermarket? We aren t going to lie to you. A Riverford 9 , Farmison 10 or Abel and Cole organic food box will ultimately cost more than supermarket own brand meat, veg or fruit as you can probably see above.

    In fact, after a little bit of research, we found that if you buy basic supermarket brand in comparison to an organic food box you could save around 30%. However, the benefits that an organic food box have over a supermarket are: Organic boxes from a supplier can be about 20% cheaper than supermarket organic brands The delivery is straight to your door and free It supports your local community The food is organic (it won t be pumped full of water) It is kinder for the environment The animals are reared in an organic environment which makes the meat tastier Some of the companies offer free cookbooks so you don t have to think about what you will be cooking to stay healthy. Organic food delivery company comparison As with most service on the site we take the time to review each company separately to let you know which is the best value for money without you having to do all the research yourself.

    Below is a Riverford, Farmison and Abel & Cole review which highlight the key points you need to look out for. Riverford Review (Veg box & Fruit box) Price: 22.80 Quality: The fruit and veg from Riverford was top quality in our eyes. It was a great selection of things that we had to learn to cook but tasted amazing once mastered.

    The fruit was also very special, the grapes were the highlight of the week in the office. Value for money: The value for money was maybe a little pricey but we had no complaint about any of the fruit or veg that was on offer. The boxes could easily feed 2-3 people for a week.

    We also got a free cookbook added in which really helps when being handed a box of veg that you don t know how to cook. Offers: Riverford 11 have 2 stand out offers. You get a free copy of the Riverford Farm Cook Book, (worth 18.99) when you start having veg box deliveries or you can get your 3rd veg box for free instead!

    Overall: The Riverford boxes were actually great quality. You could share them between a group of 2-3 for a week. The potatoes were especially delicious and the cookbook is a keeper.

    Get a Free Box 12 Farmison Review (Meat Box) Price: 44.95 Quality: The meat from Farmison was delicious. The sausages were especially good with their high pork content. It was impossible to finish it all within a week but you can put loads in the fridge for later.

    There was a great mix in meat too with chicken, beef, pork & lamb. Value for money: The value for money is just about ok. A box of meat will set you back around 30-50 but it will last 3-4 people about a week.

    Offers: There is a deals section on the Farmison website 13 . Overall: We are a bit carnivorous in the office so a box of meat is like a package from heaven. It definitely gets the thumbs up from us here.

    Find out more 14 Abel & Cole Review (Veg box & Fruit box) Price: 19.80 Quality: The vegetables were absolutely perfect. Sweet potatoes, pumpkin, cabbage and mushrooms were just some of the selection on offer. The only complaint would be the oranges in the fruit box were a bit squishy but we are really picking at straws.

    One thing that we liked about Abel & Cole is that you are allowed to dislike certain things that you don t want to receive. This is a top feature if you don t like mushrooms or anything else for that matter. Value for money: Compared with buying fruit and veg from the supermarket, there was only a slight difference.

    You could probably share a medium veg box and small fruit box between 2 people for a week. What s more, Abel & Cole offered some of the cheapest boxes. Offers: The deals section on the Abel & Cole website includes some nice little offers.

    You can get your 4th box free AND a free cookbook with your first delivery. Overall: The veg selection made an amazing soup and the fruit kept us feeling healthy throughout the week. If you shared it between 2 then you may be ok for money too.

    Find out more 15 More healthy eating ideas There are plenty of other ways to eat healthy on a budget but you may have to compromise on freshness/quality. For example, you could always try the supermarket downshift 16 and start buying the value brands. However, they aren t quite up to the quality of hand delivered organic vegetables.

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  • A million more homes and businesses to get superfast broadband Openreach reveals another 114 exchanges from where fibre will be available. Superfast broadband is to become available to over one million more homes and businesses in the UK, Openreach has revealed. Fibre-based broadband infrastructure will be made available from 114 extra exchanges from autumn 2012, according to Openreach, the division of BT which manages access to the telephone network for all broadband providers.

    Mike Galvin, Openreach managing director for next-generation access, said: "I am pleased to be able to reveal the latest locations where we will make fibre broadband available. "Our roll-out is one of the fastest in the world and we are on track to pass 10 million homes and businesses next year before pushing on further." Openreach will reveal further locations where fibre will be made available over the next few months, which is part of BT's long-term plan to make superfast broadband available to two-thirds of the UK by 2015. Galvin said: "Fibre broadband will transform peoples' experience of the internet and so I am sure the residents and businesses in these areas will welcome the news. No other company is doing as much as Openreach to bring superfast broadband to the UK." BT has pledged to stump up 2.5billion to meet this target and the majority of the roll-out will be based on fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) technology, where optical fibre is used from telephone exchanges to reach the telephone cabinets in the streets.

    According to BT, FTTC currently offers download speeds of up to 40Mb and upload speeds of up to 20Mb and the company plans to roughly double these speeds during 2012.

    BT will only invest in superfast broadband in areas where it makes commercial sense for it to do so, but it believes that with government support, 90% of homes in the UK could get fibre.

    List of new exchanges: Archers Court Hatfield Baldslow Hexham Bannockburn Histon Basildon Hooton Beccles Hythe, Hampshire Belstead Hythe, Kent Bexhill Ipsley Bognor Regis Ipswich Brighton Rottingdean Kidderminster Broadstairs Kings Lynn Brundall Mildenhall Bungay Milford Bursledon Milnsbridge Caister On Sea Moorhill Carlisle Newhaven Castleton, Gwent Norwich Thorpe Cherry Hinton Norwich West Clacton-On-Sea Paddock Wood Colchester Pagham Costessey Peebles Cuffley Perth Foxhall Polegate Galashiels Purfleet Gillingham, Kent Rainham, Kent Gorleston Ramsgate Great Baddow Rawdon Gresford Redditch Old Town Hadleigh, Suffolk Rustington Hailsham Ryhope Hampden Park Salisbury Hassocks

  • A Music of Grief, Classical Music and The First World War ... - IceniPost This year s Wymondham Music Festival music lecture by Dr Kate Kennedy is A Music of Grief, Classical Music and The First World War .

    The lecture is free to attend and starts at 7.30pm on Tuesday 3 June, at Fairland Church Centre.

    The event is supported by Rotary Club of Wymondham and Fairland United Reformed Church.

  • A Spa Treat: Relax and be pampered in Barnham Broom's luxury ... Relax and be pampered in Barnham Broom s luxury Spa Leave the world outside and enjoy some wonderful treatments in Barnham Broom s luxury spa. The spa is open to everyone, so whether you live nearby, staying in the hotel or visiting the area, indulge yourself for a few hours of relaxation. The wonderful range of holistic massage and beauty treatments will leave you feeling radiant and refreshed.

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    The Spa at Barnham Broom is a sanctuary of peace and relaxation. With five spacious treatment suites, each with their own private shower facilities that are finished to an impeccably high standard. Making sure they provide the best spa treatments also means using the highest quality spa products.

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  • A talk by textile artist Polly Binns 2nd Feb 2016 The Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society is pleased to announce another lecture celebrating the Francis Cheetham Legacy A talk by textile artist Polly Binns Personal Perspectives 7pm on Tuesday 2 nd February 2016 At Norwich and Norfolk Community Arts Martineau Memorial Hall, 21 Colegate, Norwich NR3 1BN www.norcaarts.co.uk/contact-us.html 1 Tickets on the door 5 3 to NCCS Members and Friends A glass of wine or soft drink included www.norfolkcraft.co.uk 2 Textile artist, Polly Binns, considers why and how we become the artists we are.

    Polly talks about her work inspired by the tidal landscape of North Norfolk in relation to her artist family background and career in HE education and arts advisory work.

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  • A WEEKEND OF VARIED EMOTIONS A WEEKEND OF VARIED EMOTIONS Last weekend was a mixture of frustration (to put it mildly in one case), disappointment, encouragement and excitement for our teams as summarised below. Ladies 1sts . The team laboured to a deserved 4-1 win at a cold Weybread over bottom-placed Ipswich.

    Emma Lee-Smith put them ahead in the first half only for a lively Ipswich to equalise after the break. The game was then transformed when seemingly out of the blue Abby Gooderham fired home one of the goals of the season with a superb reverse stick shot from the edge of the circle. Susan Wessels then converted a penalty corner before Abby set up Susan for a simple tap-in after another piece of individual skill.

    With time running out Abby seemed destined for a deserved second goal only for the umpire to blow for the end of the game with the ball about to roll into the unguarded goal! The team remains in fourth place and this coming Saturday is away to Maidenhead (1.30). Ladies 2nds.

    There was further frustration for the team when they conceded two early goals away to St Albans 2nds following decisions which on another day might have gone in their favour. But they went on to battle hard combined with some excellent hockey and they got a deserved late goal when Kara Kilbourn deflected home at a penalty corner. With this 2-1 defeat the team need to win at least two of their last three games (starting at home this Saturday against Maidstone (2.00) to have any chance of avoiding relegation.

    Ladies 3rds . After their 6-0 away win over Pelicans 2nds (with goals by Sarah Legg 2, Millie Preece 2, Katie Ogden and Mia King) and the draw for the 4ths the team now lead their league by three points from the 4ths who have a game in hand. Katie Woollatt was MOTM.

    This Saturday Lucy Field and her team are at home after four successive away games when they host third-placed UEA 2nds (3.30). Ladies 4ths . After five wins on the trot the team had to be content with a 1-1 home draw against a gritty Norwich City 2nds.

    Laura Tibbenham put them ahead in the first half after considerable City pressure and City hit back with a scrappy goal after the break for a deserved equaliser. Despite these two dropped points Treacle Griffin and her team can still win the league but they have a tricky away game with fourth placed Norwich Dragons 3rds (11.30) this Saturday who drew last weekend after coming up against the resolute defence of lowly Evergreens. END OF SEASON SENIOR AWARDS EVENING including Buffet & Disco SATURDAY 19 MARCH, APOLLO CLUB, HARLESTON Arrive 7.30pm Awards 8.00pm Taxis 12.00am.

    Dress: Smart Tickets (which must be purchased in advance) are 20.00 and are available from clubhouse bar or from Jackie and Kevin Ridley 01379 854697 or 07815 199803. Please come to help make this evening both enjoyable and successful. Ladies 5ths .

    Two weeks ago in a re-arranged away game the team went down 6-3 to Watton 2nds but they were determined there would be no repeat at home and they ran out comfortable 4-0 winners. Imi Meynell-Anderson and Alice Evans-Hendrick put them 2-0 up at half time and skipper Jose Tibbenham made the game save with a couple later in the game. Fourth place is still attainable by the team but they will need to keep winning including at home to UEA 3rds on Saturday (10.15).

    Ladies 6ths . It was good to see the team earn a deserved point at home in a 2-2 draw with Evergreens 2nds. Ellie Fawkner gave them a first half lead and after Evergreens fought back to take the lead Ellie popped up with the equaliser with five minutes to go in an end to end match.

    This Saturday they are away to Norwich Dragons 6ths (3.15). Ladies 7ths . With a scheduled 5.30 start away to Norwich City 7ths the team knew they were in for a late finish.

    In the event with a delayed start they eventually came off the pitch at 7.20! After starting with ten players they lost Jane Collins through injury. Nevertheless they put up in a strong performance eventually losing 3-0.

    This week they are at home to Pelicans 3rds (12.15). Girls Development . Manager Sandra Elliner was obliged to select a very young side to play Pelicans with several players unavailable as they were playing the next day and with four playing for the 6ths.

    After a good game Pelicans came out on top winning 2-0. This Saturday the team is away to Yarmouth (10.00) whom they beat 5-0 in the middle of December. Men s 1sts.

    They just had to win their home match on Sunday with Teddington to keep alive their very slim national league survival hopes but it wasn t to be sadly as they went down 5-3. Myles King (with his first national league goal) and Ben Wright (with a penalty stroke conversion) had given the team the boost of a two-goal lead. Teddington hit back just before the interval and the game was transformed early in the second half with Teddington scoring three times in four minutes.

    Myles then scored again to give Magpies some hope but seeking an equaliser Magpies were caught on the break and the visitors, for whom it was good see out-on-loan Carl Sitch playing against his brother Leigh, scored again to win 5-3. This Sunday the team play their last home game of the season when they host Cambridge City at the changed time of 12 noon. Men s 2nds .

    Skipper Lawrence Baynes and his team were looking to build on their fine away win over Spalding when they took on fellow-strugglers Cambridge Univ 2nds at Weybread. It was soon clear they were in for a tough game and it was good to see Sam Moore and Richard Ling playing for Magpies for whom Thomas Ridley was in sparkling form. After a keen struggle the game seemed to be heading for a goalless draw but the students struck with five minutes to go.

    This spurred Magpies on even further and Thomas gave them a deserved equaliser. While now off the bottom of the league Magpies will need to win at least two of their last four games to avoid relegation starting hopefully away to Felixstowe on Saturday (2.00). Men s 3rds .

    The team knew they were in for a tough game against league leaders IES 2nds despite beating them at home 5-1 earlier in the season. They conceded two sloppy goals early in the game and after getting to half time without further damage they let in another soon after.

    3-0 down soon came 4-0 but third-placed Magpies hit back with late goals by Jake Sewell and skipper Matt Brand to lose 4-2. With three games left promotion is still a possibility for Magpies but they will need to beat Norwich City 4ths at home on Saturday (1.45) to have a realistic chance.

    END OF SEASON SENIOR AWARDS EVENING including Buffet & Disco please see above Men s 4ths . After their fine win over IES 3rds the previous week the team took a big step to avoiding relegation when they beat IES 4ths 1-0 away to move up to 5th place in their league. Their goal came in the last minute through Ali Williamson with his first for the club in thirteen years after he beat three players in the circle.

    What a goal! But they are still not completely safe although a win on Saturday at home to North Norfolk 2nds (12.00) would do the trick. Men s 5ths .

    They were up against league leaders Bury St Edmunds 4ths in the last game at Weybread by which time I have to confess I had sought the warmth of the clubhouse and with it an excellent meal thanks to the Ladies 1sts. Andy Caston twice brought his team level before Bury pulled away to lead 5-2. Lewis Belsey then scored to make the final score a respectable 5-3.

    On Saturday they are away to Thetford Town (2.30) who like them are in mid-table comfort. Men s 6ths . Eric Davy s team continues to amaze!

    Their 2-1 home win over Norwich Dragons 5ths was their seventh in their last eight games with the other ending in a draw. They were a goal down at half time before Eric got the equaliser (although this was incorrectly challenged in the clubhouse by jealous team-mates!) after Jon Wells had created the penalty corner. With seven minutes to go and with an appreciative roar from the spectators Richard Chopper Allcock fired home the winner after a shot from Roger Kent had come back off a post.

    The prospect of promotion for the team remains a concern (!) but they have three demanding games remaining including away to Norfolk Nomads on Saturday (2.30). Boys Development . While father Andy was scoring a brace for the 5ths sons Tom and Jake Caston were scoring the four goals by which the Dev team won 4-0 away to Pelicans.

    Tom went one better than his father scoring three times while Jake had to be content with one. The team, which does not have a game this week, is now back on the top of their league two points ahead of Norwich Dragons (having played a game more) who they play away on Saturday week. Mixed.

    The team is at home to Norwich City on Sunday (2.00) in the 3rd round of the EH Trophy. U18 Girls. The team had the frustration of their mini-bus breaking down on their long trip to play Neston South Wirral on Sunday in the quarter-finals of the EH Plate.

    They then had the further frustration of losing 1-0 through a late goal. But to their credit they honoured the fixture. U16 Girls.

    Frustration mixed with bewilderment (and something stronger) must have be the emotions of the team and their supporters when after beating Cambridge City 2-1 and drawing 1-1 with hosts Leicester in the regional finals their game against Worcester was called off with ten minutes to go when they were leading 8-0 (with Abby Gooderham scoring a remarkable seven goals). The reason being that it says in the rules no team may lose by more than eight goals. This meant our team lost out to Leicester on goal difference of two after Leicester had surprisingly beaten a strong looking Cambridge City 8-0.

    U16 Boys. They had drama of their own at the regional finals in Canterbury drawing 3-3 with Teddington after being three up with six minutes to play. They then came from two down to draw 2-2 with Old Loughtonians before losing 3-1 to Canterbury.

    U14 Girls. They missed out on reaching their regional final when they lost 3-2 away to Norwich City. They recovered from 3-0 down with goals by Grace Collison and Georgie Cantrell and were pressing for the equaliser at the final whistle.

    U14 Boys. The team is through to the Midlands regional final on goal difference after Norwich Dragons beat Bury St Edmunds 3-1 on Sunday. U10/U12 Boys and Girls.

    Congratulations to our four A teams who have qualified for the East Finals to be held at Weybread over the weekend of Saturday/Sunday 16/17 April after their exciting successes in the Norfolk Championships at Pelicans HC on Sunday. The U10 Girls finished as champions while the other teams came second. This coming Sunday they will be joined by our B teams, who had their own event at Weybread, when they all compete in the Norwich Dragons Minis.

    Finally, a remarkable record at Weybread last Saturday when on the sand-based pitch there was a member of the Davy family playing in all four games for Magpies, namely Louise (10.45 for the 5ths), Katie (12.15 for the Development), father Eric (1.45 for the 6ths) and Louise and Julie and mother Marie (3.15 for the 6ths). Best of luck to all our teams this weekend. Please see the website for the full list of fixtures.

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  • A12 Frostenden crash: Police identify teenage victim as 16-year-old ... Flowers have been laid at the scene of a fatal crash on the A12 at Frostenden near Wrentham. Kathryn Bradley 1 Friday, October 11, 2013 5:00 PM A Norfolk schoolgirl girl who died following a crash on the A12 at Frostenden on Tuesday night has been formally identified by police. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

    Shannley Leaver, 16, from Great Yarmouth, died when the Citroen Saxo she was travelling in collided with a Peugeot 106 travelling in the opposite direction. Teenage girl and man in his 50s die in A12 crash at Frostenden 2 Video and photo gallery: Gorleston schoolgirl and Knodishall man die in Frostenden A12 crash 3 Miss Leaver, who had been a pupil at Lynn Grove High School in Gorleston, was a rear seat passenger in the Citroen and was pronounced dead at the scene. Ronald Gates, 55, from Knodishall, near Saxmundham, was the driver of the Peugeot and also died at the scene.

    An 18-year-old man driving the Citroen sustained serious injuries and was taken to Addenbrooke s Hospital in Cambridge where he remains in a critical but stable condition. Two further passengers in the Citroen and a passenger in the Peugeot were taken to the James Paget University Hospital. One passenger in the Citroen sustained a broken leg and the others suffered minor injuries.

    Since the crash, more than 2,000 people have joined two Facebook pages paying their respects to Miss Leaver. Friends of Miss Leaver are also arranging a lantern release tomorrow, with a Facebook message urging people to Meet up for Shannley s send-off to heaven . The silver Peugeot was travelling south when it collided with the northbound silver Citroen near to Barnaby Green.

    Emergency services, including volunteers from Suffolk Accident Rescue Service and Norfolk Accident Rescue Service, were called to the collision just after 8.15pm on Tuesday. Firefighters from Lowestoft South and Wrentham freed one person from one of the vehicles and remained at the scene until late into the night. The A12 at Frostenden was closed in both directions at the Gipsy Lane junction for more than eight hours, reopening at 4.30am on Wednesday.

    Suffolk police are renewing appeals for information.

    Witnesses should contact PC Danny Ormes at the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.

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  • About one month to go for businesses to enter Spirit of Enterprise ... BUSINESSES have just over one month left to enter a prestigious annual awards scheme which aims to celebrate and raise the profile of successful businesses across the Great Yarmouth borough. The Spirit of Enterprise Awards 2015 is organised by enterpriseGY, Great Yarmouth Borough Council s business support service, and is a chance for top-performing businesses of all sizes, sectors and ages to step into the spotlight. Interest in the prestigious awards scheme has been growing since entries opened on Tuesday, June 23.

    Businesses have until 4pm on Friday, September 11 to put themselves forward in the various categories. It is free-of-charge to enter and finalists will be profiled in a supplement in the Great Yarmouth Mercury, with winners appearing in a further supplement. The winner of each category, plus the winner of the overall 2015 Business of the Year Award, will be revealed at a glittering awards ceremony, at the Town Hall on Friday, November 20.

    For the first time, applications can be filled out and submitted online at www.soea.co.uk 1 via a new online entry system, which makes it quicker and easier for businesses to enter multiple categories. There is also a new category for 2015, Great Family Owned Business. Each award is backed by a local organisation.

    Sponsors choose the winner in their category from three finalists shortlisted by a local independent panel or the category sponsor themselves, and also benefit from publicity at the ceremony and in the newspaper supplements. The main sponsor is local chartered accountants, Lovewell Blake LLP, which will choose the 2015 Business of the Year from the winners of the other categories. The categories are: Business of the Year sponsored by Lovewell Blake LLP Great Manufacturing/Engineering Business sponsored by Great Yarmouth College Great New Business sponsored by Itron Great International Growth sponsored by GYB Services Ltd Great Investment in Young People sponsored by Subsea Technology and Rentals Great Business Growth sponsored by the Great Yarmouth Mercury Great Business Idea sponsor TBC Great Community Contribution sponsor TBC Great Customer Service sponsored by Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area Great Family Owned Business Birketts Cllr Graham Plant, the council leader, said: The awards scheme, now in its eighth year, has grown in stature year-on-year and is a fantastic showcase of businesses of all sizes, sectors and ages from across the borough, and of the strength of the local economy.

    There is now just over one month left for the many successful businesses across the borough to take up this fantastic opportunity to showcase themselves on a very public platform. Several entries have already come in and the new online application system makes it quicker and easier than ever before to enter multiple categories. We always have great feedback from both the entrants and sponsors, with last year s awards ceremony considered the best yet.

    So if you think you could win a category or even be crowned the 2015 Business of the Year, make sure you submit the entry form by Friday, September 11. Businesses and potential sponsors seeking more information can visit www.soea.co.uk 2 or call Sally Pearson, enterpriseGY programme development officer, on 01493 846632. Notes: The Spirit of Enterprise Awards is the centrepiece of a two-year programme of enhanced activities by enterpriseGY, supported by the Coastal Communities Fund, which aims to create and safeguard more than 260 jobs, address seasonality and raise the perception of Great Yarmouth to that of the Enterprise Town for Business Growth and Job Creation .

    enterpriseGY, based in the Novus Centre, at The Conge, Great Yarmouth, is a joint borough council- and CCF-funded programme for businesses in Great Yarmouth offering business support, business advice and training for start-up businesses and existing businesses. The Coastal Communities Fund (CCF) aims to encourage the economic development of UK coastal communities by awarding funding to create sustainable economic growth and jobs. Since the start of the CCF in 2012, grants have been awarded to 145 organisations across the UK to the value of 71million.

    This funding is forecast to deliver 9,184 jobs and help attract around 115million of additional funds to coastal areas.

    The Big Lottery Fund is delivering the CCF on behalf of UK Government and the Devolved Administrations in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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  • Access to Music Norwich somewhereto workshops 22 October 2014 SYCO Entertainment in association with somewhereto_ invite local young people in Norwich to showcase their skills and be mentored by professional talent scouts somewhereto_ are co-hosting tailored workshops and open auditions to help develop artist evolution somewhereto.com 1 - 22 October 2014 | 4pm 9pm Access to Music Norwich, EPIC, 114 Magdalen Street, Norwich, NR3 1JD - Working in association with regional delivery partners Creative Arts East, somewhereto_ will be co-hosting an evening of workshops and open auditions with SYCO Entertainment (Simons Cowell s TV and Music Production Company) , giving local undiscovered talent the opportunity to meet with industry professionals. somewhereto_ is a UK wide youth project delivered by Livity and funded by a 7m grant from the Big Lottery Fund to support its nationwide expansion to 2016. Helping 16-25 year olds access free spaces in their communities, to launch and develop creative and enterprising projects.

    Open to 16-25 year olds , on Wednesday 22 October 2014 from 4pm 9pm somewhereto_ in association with SYCO Entertainment will co-host workshops and auditions at Access to Music Norwich to help young people develop key industry skills. Top Talent Producers at SYCO Entertainment, are donating their free time and expertise to somewhereto_ as industry mentors (recently hosting workshops during summer of somewhereto_), offering advice and insight to young people pursuing careers in entertainment. Whether their talent is singing, dancing, playing instruments or juggling objects, the day is designed to help young people establish best practices, boost confidence and develop artist evolution.

    Local young people are invited to submit interest at elly@somewhereto.org 2 where they can sign up to the workshop and be given the incredible chance to perform in front of professional talent scouts.

    Speaking ahead of the event, Elly Wilson, regional delivery partner for somewhereto_ in the East of England, says: This is such an exciting event to take place locally in Norwich, giving young people from the Eastern Region a great opportunity to showcase their talents and gain confidence in the field they love. - www.creativeartseast.co.uk 3 MIKE DANIELS Trailer Sales 01986 893025 Related References ^ somewhereto.com (somewhereto.com) ^ elly@somewhereto.org (icenipost.com) ^ www.creativeartseast.co.uk (www.creativeartseast.co.uk)

  • Acle Straight reopens after bus and coach crash on A47, injuring ... 13:50 23 March 2015 The scene of a crash on the A47 near Acle involving a coach and a bus. People on the coach are helped off. Picture: James Bass (C) Archant Norfolk 2015 Three people have been taken to hospital following a crash between a bus and a coach which closed the A47 Acle Straight.

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Emergency services, including firefighters, the police and the East Anglian Air Ambulance, were called. A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said four ambulance crews, three ambulance officers and a rapid response vehicle attended the scene, which was about 100 yards from the Acle roundabout on the Norwich-bound carriageway.

    The first ambulance was on the scene in under four minutes. Crews took three patients to the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston, all suffering from minor back and neck injuries. Another eight patients were assessed at the scene but were not taken to hospital.

    Matt Broad, locality director for Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, who attended the scene, said: Thankfully, there were not many people on the two coaches and no one was seriously injured. Ambulance staff did a great job in attending the scene quickly and assessed and treated all of the people on board the two vehicles. The Acle Straight was closed in both directions to allow for investigations and recovery, and reopened at around 1.40pm.

    Residents living nearby said the air ambulance did land, but took off shortly afterwards. Were you a passenger on the bus or coach? Call our reporter on 01493 847961.

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A man in his 30s has been arrested following the alleged rape of a teenager on Saturday. Do you know someone who selflessly spends their time helping others, or who has shown remarkable bravery in the face of adversity?

    A pair of nature-loving brothers enjoyed a fin-tastic experience when they officially launched the new shark encounter display at Great Yarmouth s Sea Life Centre.

  • Active Norfolk: Get in Gear The Tour of Britain is ComingActive Norfolk: Get in Gear The Tour of Britain is Coming Aug 13, 2015 Active Norfolk The Tour of Britain is Coming! & Other News Please click on preview image below to view newsletter in a new window: iceni post advert AAlways wanted to learn a martial art?

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  • Addison's Uncle @ Great Yarmouth Maritime ... Getting onboard the Swedish sailing ship the Gotheborg was a real thrill for me (my second gig on a boat in a matter of weeks) this tall ship was docked in Yarmouth for the town s weekend Maritime Festival and featured an evening performance from Addison s Uncle, fresh from the news of their recent publishing deal. Addison s Uncle (c) shashamane 2015 It wasn t without its difficulties though, the website was down so it was not possible to get our tickets the day before but we were reassured we could get them on the gate although we hadn t bargained for the over-officious security who led us a merry dance, one telling us to go to another gate then to come back later only to again be denied entry as the band had already started! (Earlier than we were previously told.) Thankfully a call to the event manager resolved this and we were finally allowed through the gate to buy our tickets and get onto the ship. Utterly bizarre the way the public were so discouraged from an event that should have been absolutely heaving.

    Never mind, the ship itself was beautiful and Addison s Uncle stomped and stamped their way through two lively sets, hopefully managed to keep at least a bit warm on a windy and unseasonably chilly early September night, they certainly looked cold though. During Wagon Wheel the rain responded to the wind and the rain and the rest of the band were wishing aloud for warmer and better things at the end! (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 Within moments of the set ending we were ushered off the ship along with everyone else, before anyone had a chance to buy a CD. Luckily I already own one but felt sorry for those denied the opportunity and indeed the band unable to meet any of the audience or sell anything.

    Addison s Uncle were great but the event is one of the most unwelcoming I ve known. Just inexplicable and the organisers certainly missed a trick, the quay should have been full with the numerous traders doing brisk business. It was still hugely enjoyable just oddly shambolic on the organisation front and the barrier of jobsworth attitudes that nearly meant missing the gig.

    The following day was of course Sunday, which means Sunday Funday and a trip to the Plasterers for some blues with Mark Howes and Ian Elson performing as Cruisin for a Bluesin always a great atmosphere in the Plasterers and the music was of course perfect. (c) shashamane 2015 Shortly before they closed their second set I made my way with some friends to the Lord Rosebery for the recently opened Sunday evening music sessions curated by Slightly Offensive Steve who was charm and politeness personified actually πŸ™‚ Lisa Ambrose was just finishing her set when I arrived, I instantly remembered her and her impressive voice from The Room 1 , at the Ocean Rooms in Gorleston a couple of years back. The Woodland Creatures were announced to very warm applause and played a beautifully charming set to an ever-growing group of admirers and went down a storm here. My first time in this recently renovated pub, it s not as hipstery as some places after renovations (although some of the menu board phrases totally baffled me) it is warm, woody and welcoming inside.

    And huge. A welcome addition to the Sunday Funday gig circuit (some names coming up in the next few weeks include The Georgia Shackleton Trio, Noel from Dumbfoundus, Jose from The Vagaband, etc.) which closed with a handful of songs from Steve, a chat after the gig and before I knew it it was 11:30 a sure sign of a funday! The Woodland Creatures (c) shashamane 2015 Many thanks to Johnny Steinberg for the kind lift to Yarmouth, Crusin for a Bluesin , The Woodland Creatures, and Slightly Offensive Steve.

    Slightly Offensive Steve (c) shashamane 2015 words and photos (c) richard shashamane 2015 @RShashamane https://www.facebook.com/NorwichLiveMusicPhotos 2 http://thewoodlandcreatures.tumblr.com/ 3 https://thewoodlandcreatures.bandcamp.com/ 4 http://www.addisonsuncle.co.uk/ 5 http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/maritime-festival/ 6 https://www.facebook.com/TomorrowsNostalgiaToday 7 https://www.facebook.com/ShashamaneArtPhotography 8 https://twitter.com/RShashamane 9 References ^ The Room (norwichblog.com) ^ https://www.facebook.com/NorwichLiveMusicPhotos (www.facebook.com) ^ http://thewoodlandcreatures.tumblr.com/ (thewoodlandcreatures.tumblr.com) ^ https://thewoodlandcreatures.bandcamp.com/ (thewoodlandcreatures.bandcamp.com) ^ http://www.addisonsuncle.co.uk/ (www.addisonsuncle.co.uk) ^ http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/maritime-festival/ (www.great-yarmouth.co.uk) ^ https://www.facebook.com/TomorrowsNostalgiaToday (www.facebook.com) ^ https://www.facebook.com/ShashamaneArtPhotography (www.facebook.com) ^ https://twitter.com/RShashamane (twitter.com)

  • Addison's Uncle @ Great Yarmouth Maritime Museum 5 September ... Getting onboard the Swedish sailing ship the Gotheborg was a real thrill for me (my second gig on a boat in a matter of weeks) this tall ship was docked in Yarmouth for the town s weekend Maritime Festival and featured an evening performance from Addison s Uncle, fresh from the news of their recent publishing deal. Addison s Uncle (c) shashamane 2015 It wasn t without its difficulties though, the website was down so it was not possible to get our tickets the day before but we were reassured we could get them on the gate although we hadn t bargained for the over-officious security who led us a merry dance, one telling us to go to another gate then to come back later only to again be denied entry as the band had already started! (Earlier than we were previously told.) Thankfully a call to the event manager resolved this and we were finally allowed through the gate to buy our tickets and get onto the ship. Utterly bizarre the way the public were so discouraged from an event that should have been absolutely heaving.

    Never mind, the ship itself was beautiful and Addison s Uncle stomped and stamped their way through two lively sets, hopefully managed to keep at least a bit warm on a windy and unseasonably chilly early September night, they certainly looked cold though. During Wagon Wheel the rain responded to the wind and the rain and the rest of the band were wishing aloud for warmer and better things at the end! (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 (c) shashamane 2015 Within moments of the set ending we were ushered off the ship along with everyone else, before anyone had a chance to buy a CD. Luckily I already own one but felt sorry for those denied the opportunity and indeed the band unable to meet any of the audience or sell anything.

    Addison s Uncle were great but the event is one of the most unwelcoming I ve known. Just inexplicable and the organisers certainly missed a trick, the quay should have been full with the numerous traders doing brisk business. It was still hugely enjoyable just oddly shambolic on the organisation front and the barrier of jobsworth attitudes that nearly meant missing the gig.

    The following day was of course Sunday, which means Sunday Funday and a trip to the Plasterers for some blues with Mark Howes and Ian Elson performing as Cruisin for a Bluesin always a great atmosphere in the Plasterers and the music was of course perfect. (c) shashamane 2015 Shortly before they closed their second set I made my way with some friends to the Lord Rosebery for the recently opened Sunday evening music sessions curated by Slightly Offensive Steve who was charm and politeness personified actually πŸ™‚ Lisa Ambrose was just finishing her set when I arrived, I instantly remembered her and her impressive voice from The Room 1 , at the Ocean Rooms in Gorleston a couple of years back. The Woodland Creatures were announced to very warm applause and played a beautifully charming set to an ever-growing group of admirers and went down a storm here. My first time in this recently renovated pub, it s not as hipstery as some places after renovations (although some of the menu board phrases totally baffled me) it is warm, woody and welcoming inside.

    And huge. A welcome addition to the Sunday Funday gig circuit (some names coming up in the next few weeks include The Georgia Shackleton Trio, Noel from Dumbfoundus, Jose from The Vagaband, etc.) which closed with a handful of songs from Steve, a chat after the gig and before I knew it it was 11:30 a sure sign of a funday! The Woodland Creatures (c) shashamane 2015 Many thanks to Johnny Steinberg for the kind lift to Yarmouth, Crusin for a Bluesin , The Woodland Creatures, and Slightly Offensive Steve.

    Slightly Offensive Steve (c) shashamane 2015 words and photos (c) richard shashamane 2015 @RShashamane https://www.facebook.com/NorwichLiveMusicPhotos 2 http://thewoodlandcreatures.tumblr.com/ 3 https://thewoodlandcreatures.bandcamp.com/ 4 http://www.addisonsuncle.co.uk/ 5 http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/maritime-festival/ 6 https://www.facebook.com/TomorrowsNostalgiaToday 7 https://www.facebook.com/ShashamaneArtPhotography 8 https://twitter.com/RShashamane 9 References ^ The Room (norwichblog.com) ^ https://www.facebook.com/NorwichLiveMusicPhotos (www.facebook.com) ^ http://thewoodlandcreatures.tumblr.com/ (thewoodlandcreatures.tumblr.com) ^ https://thewoodlandcreatures.bandcamp.com/ (thewoodlandcreatures.bandcamp.com) ^ http://www.addisonsuncle.co.uk/ (www.addisonsuncle.co.uk) ^ http://www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/maritime-festival/ (www.great-yarmouth.co.uk) ^ https://www.facebook.com/TomorrowsNostalgiaToday (www.facebook.com) ^ https://www.facebook.com/ShashamaneArtPhotography (www.facebook.com) ^ https://twitter.com/RShashamane (twitter.com)

  • Afternoon update: Man in his 40s from London area dies in dive ... Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Lifeboat RNLB Samarbeta. Picture: James Bass By MARK BOGGIS 1 Saturday, August 31, 2013 12:28 PM Police and health and safety officials were today (Saturday) continuing their investigations after a diving trip off the Norfolk and Suffolk coast ended in tragedy. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

    A man in his late 40s, from the London area, died yesterday after he became unwell during a recreational diving trip. A Suffolk police spokesman said: A man who died following a diving incident off the coast yesterday is thought to be 49-years-old and from Brixton in London. He was airlifted to the James Paget University Hospital (in Gorleston) following the incident about 17-miles offshore yesterday afternoon (Friday, August 30).

    A second diver brought ashore by Gorleston lifeboat was taken to the James Paget for assessment but was later discharged. The drama unfolded at about 1pm yesterday, after the dive boat had left Lowestoft yesterday morning for a recreational diving trip. Coastguards were alerted by the operator of the Raider V dive boat, after one of the divers became unwell and had to make an emergency ascent.

    It is understood that he may have suffered a heart attack, although the cause of death is still to be ascertained. After being given emergency CPR, a RAF search and rescue helicopter from Wattisham was called to airlift the man to the James Paget, but he was pronounced dead on arrival. A second diver suffered suspected decompression sickness and was taken to the James Paget by the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston lifeboat Samarbeta.

    The police spokesman added: Suffolk police officers attended Hamilton Docks in Lowestoft to meet the dive boat, that docked around 6.30pm, and inquiries continue this morning into what happened. This will include an examination of the diving equipment used, that is believed to have belonged to the man that died, and a post mortem examination to determine his cause of death. Officers have already spoken to the other six people on board the boat at the time and will be getting full accounts from them.

    As is standard procedure the death is currently being treated as unexplained pending the outcome of the post mortem and these preliminary inquiries, but at this stage there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances A spokesman for Humber Coastguard said they were contacted yesterday by a dive vessel reporting that one of their divers had surfaced and was in difficulty. The incident occurred 17 miles offshore and the decision was made to send the RAF search and rescue helicopter from Wattisham as this was the quickest way to get the casualty to safety, the spokesman said. The Gorleston RNLI all-weather lifeboat was also requested to launch to assist with the transportation of the dive buddy, particularly in view of the distance offshore.

    A spokesman for the Great Yarmouth and Gorleston Lifeboat confirmed they were called out at 1.20pm to assist in the recovery of two diving personnel from a diving support vessel situated 20 miles north east of Gorleston Lifeboat shed. The spokesman said: On arrival at the scene, one of the divers, who was suspected of having a cardiac arrest, was airlifted by helicopter. The second diver, who was thought to be suffering from decompression sickness, was taken back to shore by the Gorleston lifeboat and then transferred to the James Paget hospital.

    References ^ By MARK BOGGIS (www.lowestoftjournal.co.uk)

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  • An Audience with Lesley Garrett, AUDEN THEATRE Holt At the AUDEN THEATRE Gresham s School Holt Sunday November 22 nd 7.30pm All Seats 25 Box Office Tel 01263-713444 www.greshams.com/Auden-Theatre 1 Join Britain s most popular soprano for a delightful evening of song, reminiscences and chat. Her behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes will give audiences a unique insight into her life on the stage As well as performing with the English and Welsh National Operas, Lesley has recently starred in Carousel and The Sound of Music and appeared on television shows including Strictly Come Dancing and Loose Women. She has also performed with artists as diverse as Michael Ball, Renee Fleming, Andrea Bocelli, Bryn Terfel and Lily Savage.

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  • Anglian Potters Selected Members' Exhibition 2015 Anglian Potters Selected Members Exhibition 2nd October 1st November 2015 21 selected members of the Anglian Potters Association will be exhibiting their work at the Ferini ART Gallery during October this year. It is a particularly auspicious time of year to have chosen as the gallery will be celebrating its fifteenth anniversary. Anglian Potters are delighted to be showing work in this beautiful space as they have not exhibited in Suffolk for several years.

    Clay is a most versatile and durable medium, lending itself to the creation of thrown domestic ware, hand-built vessels, sculpture, and even jewellery. The potters and sculptors showing their work in this exhibition represent many disciplines within ceramics, as well as revealing the rich diversity of skills and creativity that exist within Anglian Potters. From Rosemarie Cooke s charming wildlife sculptures, through Susan Cupitt s elegant and spare thrown vessels and Angela Mellor s delicate, transulscent porcelain, to the smoke-fired work of Juliet Gorman, this exhibition has something to appeal to all collectors of ceramics.

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  • Appeal to find family and friends of woman found dead at Gorleston ... 11:13 19 February 2015 Lauren Rogers 1 Police outside a home on High Road in Gorleston. Picture: James Bass Archant Norfolk 2015 A woman who was found dead at her home in Gorleston has been named as police try to trace her family. The body of 73-year-old Betty Orris was found at her home in High Road at around 12.30pm on Monday following concerns for her welfare.

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    Anyone who has details of family and friends is asked to call Norfolk Coroner s Office on 01603 663302. Suzie Wing Wong Platten Knew of the woman that lived there although never met her. I grew up on highfield and my parents are still there.

    So sad. RIP xxx Like Reply 1 16 February at 16:47 Marie Hunter Suzanne Colby. This is what we saw today hun x Like Reply 16 February at 16:48 Heidi Muir this is what all the police were for John Like Reply 16 February at 16:53 Louise Bradford Lisa Hannant Michael Hannant.

    X x x Like Reply 16 February at 17:05 Heidi Muir is that the poor lady that used to have all the cats Louise Bradford Like Reply 16 February at 17:06 Louise Bradford I think so yeah. I dropped the kids at Mum and Dad s today and there was 5 police cars there. One of them came and knock Mum and Dad s door but couldn t tell us anything.

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    Like 1 16 February at 18:03 Lucy Hodds Lol, have you gotten the house then? Like 1 16 February at 18:04 View more replies Great Yarmouth Mercury Write a reply... Lisa Hannant So sad!

    Like Reply 16 February at 17:33 Suzie Wing Wong Platten Kerry Kirk Like Reply 16 February at 17:39 Jamie Skinner Sadly the house has been in a state of disrepair for many years as I used to see it a lot. I was surprised I saw this woman living in it. It s a shame I believe she was a hoarder.

    Like Reply 1 16 February at 17:45 Sarah Biglin I saw this woman a week ago sorting her bin out, in her dressing gown, as we passed in the car.... Very sad Like Reply 16 February at 18:49 Kerry Kirk Donna Like Reply 1 16 February at 18:56 Donna Hambling Is that the lady on the end house hun x Like Reply 16 February at 19:08 Suzie Wing Wong Platten Yea it is hun. Kerry at work till ten so will get back to you tomoz i reckon hun xx Like 16 February at 19:17 Donna Hambling Thank you hunni, it s Betty ain t it x Like 16 February at 19:31 View more replies Great Yarmouth Mercury Write a reply...

    Donna Hambling When are you about Kerry Kirk, will give you a call with an update, tomorrow ?? X x x Like Reply 16 February at 19:16 Kerry Kirk Off tomorrow xx Like Reply 1 16 February at 19:22 Donna Hambling Okay my lovely, will give you a call in the morning x x x Like Reply 1 16 February at 19:32 Clare Farrow any name yet Like Reply 16 February at 19:44 Karl Wright Marian Gunton recognise this road ? X Like Reply 16 February at 19:50 Donna Hambling Her name is Betty, I used to live 2 doors away from her x x Like Reply 16 February at 20:01 Charlie Dawson Do they no what happened to her yet xx Like 16 February at 20:54 Donna Hambling I don t think so no x Like 17 February at 12:04 Great Yarmouth Mercury Write a reply...

    Charlie Dawson I live on highfield road and this is so sad seeing all them police around the house etc, never knew the lady but may she rest in peace xx Like Reply 16 February at 20:50 Marian Gunton Yes i know it! Like Reply 16 February at 21:01 Matthew Dawkins Was she a cook? Like Reply 17 February at 08:24 Charlie Dawson Any update on this?

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  • Applecart Theatre - i Am Mark The bold London based storytelling company Applecart is touring the UK this autumn with their show i Am Mark a production that challenges the way we perceive religion and retells one of history s most famous tales. On Wednesday 15 th October they are taking over www.thegarage.org.uk 1 JESUS THE TERRORIST? MODERN MARK COURTS CONTROVERSY the pace of this production is unrelenting, leaving you both challenged and entertained at the finale something that is not easily achieved.

    Henry Austin, The London Economic AN EXPLOSIVE new production casting Jesus as a rebel leader, and featuring a terrorist strapping a bomb to himself, is set to challenge traditional church goers when it opens. Edgy theatre company Applecart claims the controversial modern day makeover of St Mark s Gospel: i am Mark will rid the story of its stuffy religious baggage. Instead they plan to show the Son of God as a revolutionary leader in the dramatic production that features a bomb-laden man counting down the seconds until he blows himself up.

    Artistic director Peter Moreton said: We re treating the story with huge respect but it has often been marginalised by the church. Jesus is subversive and political, which doesn t sit well with the dull and often narrow world of organized religion. He added that their production rid the tale of 2000 years of baggage using fresh and sometimes strong language.

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  • April 28th - Charity Spring Walk and Open Gardens, down Down to the banks of the River Waveney Garden Open Sunday 28th April 2013 10am to 4pm The Olde Coach House, Brockdish, Diss, Norfolk IP21 4JY Garden open in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance, The Big C, Prostate Cancer, Waveney Responders.

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  • Armed police involved in Norfolk arrests swoop Police raid. Tuesday, November 30, 2010 9:42 AM Six people have been arrested after armed police searched properties in Norwich and Gorleston. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

    Armed police are currently involved in a major operation which has already seen six people arrested following swoops on properties around the Norwich area and Gorleston. Officers from Norfolk Constabulary searched a property in Denmark Opening in Sprowston at around 9am this morning. A second address in the coastal town was also searched.

    The investigation also saw a dramatic incident on Barrack Street at around 1pm when a man was surrounded by armed officers before being led away. Police also towed away a Mercedes car from the scene, which appeared to have a dent in its right hand side. The scene was witnessed by users of the nearby Greens gym on the opposite side of the road.

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    A Norfolk Constabulary spokeswoman said that four men and one woman have been arrested in connection with the investigation. A fifth man has also been arrested in the wake of the swoop on an unrelated matter. A Norfolk police spokesman said: Armed officers have this morning executed search warrants at various addresses in Norwich and Gorleston as part of an ongoing investigation.

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  • Arrest in suspicious death investigation 05 October 2013 A man has today been arrested by detectives investigating the death of a man at the James Paget Hospital in Gorleston. James May, 76 who was known as Jimmy and from Great Yarmouth, died at the hospital in the early hours of Friday 20 September. He had been admitted on the previous evening.

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    He remains in police custody at this time at a station in Norfolk. Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Paul Durham said: We are investigating an allegation that a drugs overdose was administered to a patient, leading to his death. A Home Office post-mortem, carried out earlier this week, determined the cause of Mr May s death as heart failure and we now await the results of further toxicology tests which will help inform our inquiry.

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  • Arts Workshops: Saints in the Making: Art festival Saints in the Making A Festival Celebrating Local Life Monday 3 August 2015 Friday 7 August 2015 A new art festival is kicking off in the villages around Lammas and Buxton Aylsham area. Workshops for all. Unless otherwise stated 3 per person per workshop, or 5 where materials are provided.

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  • Attempted murder probe police investigate suspected suicide at ... Police seal off a house on Exeter Road in Gorleston. Picture: James Bass Sam Russell 1 Wednesday, July 24, 2013 9:29 AM Detectives are investigating links between an attempted murder in Gorleston and a suspected suicide four days later, it can be revealed. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

    Malcolm Pratt, 51, was allegedly assaulted in his Exeter Road flat between Friday, July 12 and the next day. Officers believe Mr Pratt knows his attacker, but have not yet been able to speak to him in hospital due to the severity of his condition. And in a new development, police confirmed they have conducted investigations at a home in adjoining University Crescent - minutes from the crime scene - where a man was found dead.

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