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Meet your local Sheringham police officer

22 March 2016

Residents living in Sheringham will have plenty of chances to meet their local police officer in April.

PCSO Guy Slade will hold a number of police surgeries to give local people the chance to speak with him face-to-face, discuss any issues or concerns they may have and find out what s being done to keep the community safe.

There will also be advice on crime prevention.

The surgeries will take place:

Saturday 9 April

  • Sheringham Library from 10am until 11am
  • Beeston Regis (outside the parish shop) from 12pm until 1pm

Monday 11 April

  • West Beckham (outside the parish shop) from 12pm until 1pm

Tuesday 12 April

  • Salthouse village green from 12pm until 1pm

Saturday 30 April

  • Sheringham Library from 10am until 11am

To find out when officers will be in your local area, visit www.norfolk.police.uk.

Photo of the Day: Where's the Wind Farm?

Photo Of The Day: Where's The Wind Farm?Click to enlarge (high resolution); Photo: Navingo BV

Given the everlasting concern of visual impact that offshore wind farms might have, especially with regard to tourist destinations, Offshore WIND decided to feature this photo of the Sheringham Shoal wind farm, or rather the absence of it from the horizon.

The wind farm comprises 88 Siemens 3.6MW turbines, located in the Greater Wash, between 17 and 23 kilometres (10 15 miles) off the Norfolk coast, north of the seaside town of Sheringham.

The turbines are visible from the shore approximately 60% of the time, depending on the weather conditions, Scira, the company behind the wind farm, says on its website.

The photo was taken last week by one of our reporters from the deck of Tidal Transit s vessel Umoe Firmus1 in Wells-next-the-Sea, some 13 miles (approx.

21 kilometers) from the Sheringham Shoal wind farm.

The wind farm, fully operational since 2012, also consists of two offshore substations, two 132kV subsea export cables of about 22km each, as well as a 21.6km onshore cable and an inland substation.

Offshore WIND Staff

References

  1. ^ vessel Umoe Firmus (www.offshorewind.biz)

Reference Root Document: Photo of the Day: Where's the Wind Farm?

People moves: Barratt Homes, Broadwater Mouldings and …

People moves: Barratt Homes, Broadwater Mouldings and Sheringham Shoal

12:25 10 March 2016

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Adam Blake, Lucinda Westley-Smith and Robert Holbrook. Picture: Submitted

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The latest moves and appointments from across the region.

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Robert Holbrook

A new managing director has been appointed at housebuilder Barratt Homes Eastern Counties. Robert Holbrook has taken over at the developer which is currently building homes across Norfolk, Suffolk Essex and Cambridgeshire. He said: The first house I ever bought in 1992 was a Barratt house.

It was and still is a household name and so it s fitting I am now a managing director at Barratt Homes. Lucinda Westley-Smith Broadwater Mouldings has recruited Lucinda Westley-Smith as project manager as the company continues to grow.

She brings 11 years experience with her from previous positions with Quentor and Broom Boats. She said: I can t wait to get started with this knowledgeable and enthusiastic team. Adam Blake

Adam Blake has been appointed as power plant manager for the Sheringham Shoal offshore wind farm.

Sheringham Shoal is something of a local landmark which has built strong links with the local community and I m excited about continuing to build our presence through the support of local initiatives and events he said.

Mr Blake succeeds Jason Halsey who has moved to a role leading the development of new renewable energy projects.

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References

  1. ^ Sabah Meddings (www.edp24.co.uk)