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Eye Test West Poringland Norfolk – eye exam

The site chosen for our test was off Bembridge Ledge, at the eastern end of the Isle of Wight, where the yacht was anchored in 8m and a 200m exclusion zone was set up under the watchful eye of the Queen berthed in Emsworth, West Sussex, was blown The Scout Squad Gameweek 24 1 By way of his security of starts and attacking presence (one goal and three assists), Aaron Cresswell (5.6) remains the choice route into West Ham s rearguard at Carrow Road in their last league test. Riyad Abbott & Murdoch Opticians 4 The Street, Poringland, NR14 7JR Abingdon Eye Adkins Opticians 2 Market Hill, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 4JZ Alan Tyler Opticians 291 Fox Hollies Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B27 7PS Alan Tyler Eye Test Sowood Green West Yorkshire 2 Belfast had already been divided into numbered districts. Today, the Belfast post town covers districts 1-17, 58 and part of 29.

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List of UK opticians, optometrists and ophthalmologists offering professional eye care With one of the largest selection of designer glasses in the south west be Apr 2, 2013 Adkins Opticians. Address: 2 Market Hill Diss Norfolk IP22 4JZ; Tel: 01379 650899; Email: email protected 4 NHS.We provide community-based care in around Norfolk, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Patient-experience/friends-and-family-test.htm# Norfolk Opticians. Abbott & Murdoch , Poringland, Norfolk, NR14 7JR Telephone: 01508 494670.

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UK 100% gluten free – East Anglia

Welcome to this series of posts aiming to capture all the 100% gluten free venues in the UK. This post covers East Anglia gluten free, at this stage mainly covering Norfolk, but hoping to include some businesses in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire soon. For the regions already covered (eg London, Devon & Cornwall, the Midlands) please see the 100% Gluten Free UK page 1 .

The other regions of the UK are a work in progress and should be live over the next few months. Please subscribe (see box to your right), or connect via Facebook 2 or Twitter 3 for updates. The criteria I used for inclusion, was that the business has to be: 100% gluten free (ie no cross contamination risk), and have its own outlet that you can visit, such as a shop, caf or a stall at a market.

If you know of a business that fits the criteria that is not listed, please let me know via the contact page 4 . Contents 5 Use the map below ( zoom out & drag the mouse) to see what is your area, or if you would prefer a printable list, please see the restaurant lists page 6 . The Gluten Free Shop (Norwich) The Gluten Free Shop 7 just off the Norwich Ring Road has everything that you might need if you are Coeliac or following a gluten or wheat free diet; from tasty pies to unbelievable bread, homemade cakes to speciality pasta, store cupboard staples and gourmet sauces.

Highly Commended as an Independent Retailer at the 2015 Norfolk Food & Drink Awards, we have a passion for high quality food and good customer service. The first one of its kind in the UK, this unique independent store is a treasure trove of delightful produce; with an emphasis on using small and local producers, as well as stocking lots of niche and hard to find ingredients there is so much to choose from and ALL of it is gluten free . We understand how difficult it is to follow a restricted diet, and the team will be on hand to give you all the help that you need to choose the right foods for you.

Lots of items are also dairy, egg, soya and nut free, and there is a great range of healthy wholefoods too, you can even buy some of our flours in recipe size portions from our hoppers. 8 Hellesdon Barns is home to several businesses including a caf , craft workshops and garden centre; there is ample parking and disabled access. Louisa is also a founding member of Norfolk Gluten Freedom (see entry below). For a review, please click here 9 .

Louisa Kiddell (owner). Picture: Denise Bradley Hellesdon Barns, Hellesdon Hall Road. Norwich, Norfolk, NR6 5BB Tues Sat 10am 5.30pm, Sun 11am 4pm NB: closes earlier in Winter, so please check website.

Closed Mondays. 10 Sara s Kitchen (Norwich) Cakes, brownies, quiches etc. as well as ingredients if you like to bake yourself.

Run by a coeliac and made in a 100% gluten free/wheat free and dairy free kitchen, but also catering for egg free and sugar free. You can see her upcoming locations on the website, but generally attends the markets shown below (worth checking on Facebook to make sure she is attending). Supplies cakes to The Gluten Free shop (see entry above).

Sara is a founding member of Norfolk Gluten Freedom (next entry below). Sara is also a gluten free cookery trainer and a Food Safety & Allergy Management trainer to catering and food establishments. Sara s Kitchen 11 Docking market , Wednesday s 9am 1pm Ripper Hall, High St, Docking, King s Lynn, Norfolk PE31 8NG 12 Creake Abbey Farmers market , 1st Sat of the month 9.30 am 1pm, North Creake, Fakenham, Norfolk NR21 9LF 13 Norfolk Gluten Freedom (Norwich) We bring together everything that is great about being Gluten Free in Norfolk.

We run food events, arrange networking, give advice and raise awareness. The Norfolk Gluten Freedom Expo is a new event for 2015, giving local producers to showcase their gluten free goodies. There will also be talks and seminars on the gluten free diet.

2015 Event SUNDAY 25 OCTOBER 2015 (free entry) Doors will be opening from 10am until 4pm, with cookery demonstrations inside, and talks in the auditorium throughout the day. There will also be opportunities for the trade to network, meet the producers, and source local ingredients. There will be street food and a BBQ, ready to eat goodies and delicious treats to take away.

On sale will be amazing artisan breads, cakes, cookies, chutney, cereals, honey, beer, cider, cooking sauces, pies, flour, store cupboard ingredients, quiches, make-up, beauty products and much more. Exhibitors include Sara s Kitchen and The Gluten Free shop (see entries above). There will also be health experts and organisations offering support and advice.

Also launching the Norfolk Gluten Freedom Handbook with information for both consumers and trade for free-from products and eateries. Expo is held at The Forum, Norwich, Norfolk. 14 Kind Food (Norwich City Centre/Poringland/Costessey/Loddon; North Norfolk North Walsham) Kind Food 15 are a small friendly family business based just outside of Norwich.

All products are vegetarian , gluten free and dairy free , and all handmade in a dedicated gluten free and dairy free kitchen. They produce a selection of sweet and savoury baked goods, chocolate and fudge and can be found a markets as listed below and various regional food fairs such as the Norwich show. Various products are also available in some local stores, such as Norfolk farm shop 16 at Taverham Garden Centre.

You can pre-order for collection at the Norwich Market or delivery is possible to the local area or via Royal Mail. To keep up to date, please follow on Facebook 17 and Twitter @norfolkkindfood. Kind Food 18 Every effort is made to attend all markets, but sometimes will be attending other events on the dates below.

Norwich Market, Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm, Row F Stalls 124-125, 1 Market Place (located off Gentleman s Walk in the city centre), Norwich NR2 1ND 19 North Walsham Farmers Market , last Sunday of the month, Market Place, Town Centre NR28 9BT @NWalshammarkets Kind Just Add Grapes (North Norfolk Holt, Fakenham, Sandringham) Just Add Grapes 20 is a family run business that started as a cheese and wine shop and now also produces a wide range of gluten free sweet and savoury products. All made in a 100% gluten free kitchen, you will find pies, sausage rolls, quiches, flans and tarts. You can even get gluten free battenburg cake if all that talk of batternburg on prescription has got you craving it!

Gluten free bread is also available at the Holt store. Buy at the shop or attend local markets. Click & collect with 24 hours notice and delivery also available.

Just Add Grapes 21 16 Bull Street, Holt, Norfolk NR25 6HP Tel: 07896 246 596 Mon-Thurs 9.30am 5.00pm, Fri-Sat 9.00am 6.00pm Fakenham Farmers Market , 4th Saturday of the month (except Dec), 8.30am-noon, Market Square, Fakenham, North Norfolk 22 Sandringham Farmers Market , 3rd Sunday of the month, 10am-3pm, The Visitor Centre, Sandringham Estate, North Norfolk PE35 6EH 23 They also have a location in Berkshire (see website). For other regions, please see the 100% Gluten Free UK page 24 . If you are new to the UK, also have a look at the Visiting the UK 25 page.

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Steve's Bus & Train Page: More Cuts Coming

I have been waiting over a week to break this news but thanks to the VOSA website being down have been unable to get all the details. However, hot on the heels of Konect’s draconian cuts coming on November 2nd is the news that on the same day Anglian is cutting its services too, and reducing the on road fleet by some 33%. Please note the underneath is subject to change, but this is what I have gathered from multiple sources.

The main casualty is the 60, which runs between James Paget Hospital and Bungay via Lowestoft and Beccles. This service is being scrapped completely. The 60H from Beccles to Halesworth and 60S from Beccles to Southwold will continue to operate but with changed timetables, so as yet I don’t know if frequencies will be maintained.

For those in Lound and Blundeston, currently served by the 60 a new 60J will operate three times a day serving those villages. The 7 and 61 is changing too. Again full details are to be confirmed, but from what I understand the 7 will now operate between Norwich and Lowestoft – in fact VOSA confirms that – with a change of bus required at Lowestoft for the 61 to Kessingland and Southwold.

Frequency will be reduced to every 30 mins. There was debate about changes to the route between Lowestoft and Gorleston, but I have had no firm confirmation yet so won’t publish the rumours! The Beccles Town Service 82 is having route and timetable alterations.

There was talk about the service being scrapped but that decision has been reviewed. However there have been no changes registered on VOSA for the 83/4/5/6, which are sponsored routes. There are timetable changes to the 80/81 between Great Yarmouth and Diss.

I presume most of these will affect the journeys between Beccles and Bungay. At the moment the 80 goes fast via Shipmeadow (very popular too I gather) but if the 60 has been scrapped I would think, though must emphasise not been confirmed yet, that the 80 will revert to its former route via Broome and Dtchingham. As soon as I receive confirmation I’ll publish it.

The only positive news appears to affect the 88 between Halesworth and Norwich. It would seem that after the success of the one journey a day each way there are to be more X88 journeys running fast between Bungay/Poringland/Norwich. As a result the 88A from Southwold to Halesworth timetable is changing too.

If this is the case I am delighted as I’ll personally benefit from that. However the cynical side of me wonders if this is to match the journey time of Borderbus’s 146 between Norwich and Southwold. Again I’ll confirm when timetables are released.

All in all it’s not good. When Go-Ahead took over Anglian there were over 100 vehicles. Now that will drop to less than 40.

Go-Ahead? Seems a huge step backwards again. Anyway that is the jist of it as I know it.

I was told Anglian were making a press release by the end of last week. They haven’t. It is also notable that within a couple of days of notices going up on VOSA Konect had the details on their website.

Anglian haven’t, and I’m afraid that rather sums things up. Passengers are not just put last they don’t even enter the equation right now. All very depressing, but as one of my commentors pointed out you can always jump in a taxi and we must have chosen to live in an area with poor transport links so really folks it’s all our fault!

I’ll publish full details on these changes as soon as I have them.

Retail Industry Awards 2015: Shortlist revealed

The shortlist has been announced for the 2015 Retail Industry Awards.

Now entering their 20th year, the Retail Industry Awards have become firmly established as the Oscars of the grocery industry, rewarding excellence across a variety of different categories.

The shortlist for 2015 is as follows: Independent Newsagent of the Year supported by News UK Shortlist to be finalised Most Improved Store supported by Jacobs Douwe Egberts Chatha s Go Local Extra, Wibsey, West Yorkshire Costcutter Farnworth, Bolton, Lancashire Max s Londis, Minster-on-Sea, Kent O Flynns Budgens, Poringland, Norfolk Smyth s Eurospar, Ballymoney, County Antrim Independent Community Retailer of the Year supported by Booker Wholesale Belle Vue Convenience Store, Lifestyle Express, Middlesbrough Nisa Local, Cullybackey, County Antrim Premier Singh s, Sheffield Multiple Community Retailer of the Year supported by Asda Henderson Retail One Stop Store Manager of the Year supported by United Biscuits Kathy Adams, McBride s Spar Lurgan, County Armagh Beverley East, Spar Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan Gurshinder Mann, Sainsbury s, Dulwich, London Joan Padley, Spar Brumby Corner, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire Brian Quigg, Spar Bovally, Limavady, County Londonderry Shazia Yakoob, One Stop, Whiteleas Way, South Shields, Tyne and Wear Post Office Retailer of the Year supported by the Post Office Independent: Burnham Village Store, Buckinghamshire Sherston Post Office Stores, Wiltshire Southwold Post Office, Suffolk Stowupland Post Office, Stowmarket, Suffolk Managed: Cullybackey Post Office, Eurospar, Country Antrim Ebrington Post Office, Eurospar Rossdowney, County Londonderry Symbol: Budgens of Aylsham Post Office, Norfolk Middleton St George Post Office, Hillsnews Londis, County Durham Stannington Road Post Office, WH Smith Local, Sheffield The Taylor-Greens Spar & Post Office, Lindford, Hampshire Chilled Retailer of the Year supported by Pork Farms Group Independent: Boreham Village Store, Chelmsford, Essex Malcolm s Store, Nisa Local, Tile Hill, Coventry Parkfoot Spar, West Malling, Kent The Pantry, Sheffield Multiple: Judges choice Drinks Retailer of the Year supported by HEINEKEN Independent: Drinks Express, Anchor Wines, Aldridge, West Midlands Emersons Supermarket, Armagh Nisa Extra Milestone, Rathfriland, County Down Multiple: Aldi Conviviality Retail The Co-operative Food Seafood Retailer of the Year Aldi Marks & Spencer Morrisons Most Sustainable Retailer of the Year Independent: Emersons Supermarket, Armagh Family Shopper, Blantyre, Glasgow Mo s Convenience Store, Premier, Blantyre, Glasgow Multiple: Aldi East of England Co-op Henderson Retail Morrisons Fresh Flower Retailer of the Year Aldi Asda The Co-operative Food Fresh Produce Retailer of the Year Independent: Casey s Eurospar Crossmaglen, County Armagh Simply Fresh Alcester, Warwickshire Multiple: Aldi Asda Budgens The Co-operative Food Forecourt Retailer of the Year supported by Britvic Soft Drinks Independent : Bradley s Costcutter, Newtown, Powys Exelby Services, Leeming Bar, North Yorkshire The Winning Post Service Station, Spar, Kennford, Devon Vivoxtra Ballynahinch, County Down Company-owned: Eurospar Brackenvale, Carryduff, County Antrim Spar Castle Street, Ballycastle, County Antrim Spar Fairfield, Louth, Lincolnshire Topaz Spar Larne, County Antrim Convenience Retailer of the Year supported by Dairy Crest M&S Simply Food One Stop Sainsbury s Local The Co-operative Food Discount Retailer of the Year supported by Packaging News B&M Home Bargains Poundland Independent Retailer of the Year supported by Mondel z International Up to 1,000sq ft: Belle Vue Convenience Store, Lifestyle Express, Middlesbrough Columbia Convenience Store, Best-one, Washington, Tyne and Wear SuperShop, Annagh Bridge, Portadown, County Armagh 1,001-2,999 sq ft: Costcutter, Farnworth, Bolton, Greater Manchester Shingadia s Londis, Southwater, West Sussex Simply Fresh, Bethnal Green, London 3,000 sq ft & above: Hughes Nisa Extra, Camlough, County Down Nisa Extra Milestone, Rathfriland, County Down Nisa Local, Pinkie Farm Convenience Store, Musselburgh, East Lothian Symbol/Fascia Group of the Year supported by Mars Chocolate UK Bargain Booze Best-one Lifestyle Express Londis Nisa Premier Simply Fresh Spar WH Smith Local Symbol Initiative of the Year supported by Mars Chocolate UK Eat Well, Feel Well Simply Fresh Shop & Win Spar Smartphone app Bargain Booze Staff Safe Booker Premier Supermarket of the Year supported by JTI Aldi Lidl Sainsbury s Waitrose Outstanding Achievement supported by Little Miracles Judges choice For more information, visit 1 References ^ (

Urn stolen in Ditchingham

10 April 2015 Police are appealing for witnesses following a theft at a cemetery in Ditchingham. The incident happened at the cemetery at St Mary s Church on Belsey Bridge Road sometime between Wednesday 31 December 2014 at 12pm and Sunday 5 April at 12pm when suspect(s) stole a cream coloured marble urn. PCSO Joe Pike from South Norfolk Policing Command, said: “We appreciate that we are asking for information over a long period of time but we would urge anyone with information about suspicious behaviour in the area at any point in the last few months to come forward to assist us with our enquiries.

Contact PCSO Pike at Poringland Police Station on 101 , or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.