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Planned Network Maintenance

Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 1st February 2016 Created: 29/01/2016 @ 14:22 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

1st Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Newport Gwent, Southend, Preston.

2nd Belfast City, Bournemouth, Bromsgrove, Cambridge Trunk, Colindale and Coventry 3rd Aberconwy, Albert Dock, Ashton in Makerfield, Colchester, Guildford, Hemel Hempstead, Kingston, Stepney Green, Fordham – Colchester, Mile End, Slough, Wokingham, Putney, Combe Martin, Birmingham, Bromesberrow, Cardiff, Newtown, Llantwit, Haverfordwest, Guildford, Faversham, Preston, Glasgow, Fleetwood, Colombo, Paddington, Dartford, Epsom, Burghill – WN, Faraday, Hove, Wapping, Streatham, Manchester, Liverpool, Waterloo, Milton Kaynes & Cranford 5th Chester, Ashton in Makerfield, Belfast City, Bolton and Crawley, Glasgow Douglas, Guildford, Exeter Castle and Leeds Basinghall Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 25th January 2016 Created: 22/01/2016 @ 15:46 When is this work happening?

Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect? Broadband connectivity.

How long will it take? Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve?

We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

25th Worthing Central, Bolton, Darlington Quaker, Guildford, Doncaster, Exeter Castle, Birmingham Telephone House, Hemel Hempstead, Portsmouth Trunk, Preston, Wrexham Central, Cardiff, Edinburgh Donaldson, Peterborough, London Colindale, Bristol Cabot, Bathgate Castle and Bangor (Gwynedd) 26th Milton Keynes, Woburn Sands, Peterborough, Swanton Abbott, Normanby by Spital, Bottesford, Preston, Hightown, Settle, Bridge of Weir, Sheffield, Tern Hill, Bakewell, Slough, St. Marychurch, Ilchester, London Stepney Green, Canvey Island, Sutton Valence, Ilford North, Wolverhampton, Albrighton, Slough, London Wandsworth, London Colindale, Northwood, Stamford Hill, Wembley, London Colombo, Euston, Pangbourne, Canvey Island, Guildford, Bagshot, Godalming, Leeds, Thirsk, Driffield, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Manchester, Caernarfon, Christleton, Coppull, Pontefract, Wrexham, Bolton, Chesterfield, Coventry Greyfriars, Kingston, South, Hemel Hempstead and London Kidbrooke.

27th Pickering, Doncaster, Healing and Lincoln, , Bude, Germoe, London Colindale, Northwood, London Colombo, London Surbiton, London Sydenham, Guildford, Birdham, Sevington, Moorhill, Milton Keynes, Long Crendon, Great Yeldham, Wadringfield, Preston, Scotstoun, Accrington, Hest Bank, Slough, Leatherhead, Wargrave, Seaton Slough, London Stepney Green, Sittingbourne, Moreton, Wolverhampton, Presteigne, Shrewsbury, Sandal (Wakefield), Paddock Wood, St. Annes, Higher Bolton, Rothwell, Marton (Middlesbrough), Polmont, Otford, London Stratford, Challock, Blackpool North Shore, Silchester, Normanton, Longridge, Rothwell, Shere, Newhaven, Leysdown-on-Sea, Bentley, London Bermondsey, London Colindale, Milton Keynes, London Upton Park and Wolverhampton.

28th Kingston, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Upton Park, Cardiff & Roath, Slough, South Chard, South Petherton, Upwey, Stepney Green – Seal, Poplar, Stepney Green Green, Manchester – Daubhill, Milton Keynes, Daventry, Peterborough, Aldeby, Preston – Tandragee, Sheffield, Whitwell (Notts), Wolverhampton, Craven Arms, Swinton, Manchester, Whitworth, New Mills, Kislingbury, London Ingrebourne, Clifton (York), Crawley, Elland, Derby, Edinburgh Granton, Chesterfield, Coventry Central, Exeter Castle, Bolton, Belfast City, Bishops Stortford, Glasgow and Guildford.

29th Pendleton, Preston & Tunbridge Wells, Belfast City, Chelmsford, Chesterfield, Croydon, Darlington and Guildford, Glasgow, Millisle, Guildford, Twyford, Godalming, Wickham Hants, Manchester, Adlington, Atherton, Milton Keynes, Oakley, Great Horkesley, Newcastle, Ponteland, Preston, Mellor, Halsall, Longridge, Slough, Tiverton, Portland, Ilminster, Stepney, Ingatestone, Upton and Sheering. Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide.

There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window.

Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 18th January 2016 Created: 15/01/2016 @ 14:43 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week.

What does it affect? Broadband connectivity. How long will it take?

Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week.

This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

18th Darlington, Exeter and Guildford.

19th Guildford – Winkfield Row, Guildford – Newport Isle of Wight, Leeds ? Dringhouses, Manchester – Blackfriars, Milton Keynes ? Ipswich, Milton Keynes – Ampthill, Peterborough – Uppingham, Peterborough -South Wootton, Peterborough – Southwold, Preston – Barrow-In-Furness, Slough – Parkstone, Slough – Whimple, Slough – Penn Bucks, Stepney Green – Gants Hill, Stepney Green – Rainham, Stepney Green ?

Albert Dock, Bangor Gwynedd, Corwen, Wrexham, Bristol Central, Darlington, Liverpool, Lancaster, Exeter Castle, Edingurgh Donaldson, Erdington, Ashton In Makerfield.

20th Darlington, Exeter Castle, Birmingham Midland, Newcastle upon Tyne, Oldham, Birmingham, Monmouth, Bromyard, Ulley, Bristol, North Trowbridgem Bude, Mevagissey, Cardiff, Bargoed, Keynsham, London Colombo, London Pimlico, Derby, Braunstone, Walsgrave on Sowe, Guildford, Lindfield, Lyminge, Hindhead, Leeds, Boroughbridge, Leeds, Ripon, Manchester, Moss Side, Gatley, Milton Keynes, Brixworth, Duston, Peterborough, Holbeach, Market Deeping, Sheffield, Hathersage, Slough, Little Chalfont, Kidmore End, Williton, London Stepney Green, London Poplar, Sittingbourne, Medway, Wolverhampton, Swinton, South Molton.

21st Portsmouth, Preston and South Sheilds.

22nd Birmingham Telephone House, Walsall, Preston, Liverpool Lancaster House, Slough, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central, Swansea. Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 11th January 2016 Created: 10/01/2016 @ 15:49 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

11th Stanstead Abbotts, London Woolwich, Eston Grange, Barnard Castle, Eaglescliffe, Limpley Stoke, Surbiton, Linton, Brockenhurst, Potton Beds, Bradford on Avon, London Crayford, Hertford, Flax Bourton and London Dartford.

12th South Molton, Cambridge, Ashton in Makerfield, Bromsgrove, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Roath, Chelmsford, Bristol, Bishops Stortford, Colchester, Doncaster, Croydon and Colindale.

14th Guildford – Wye Milton Keynes – Corsham, Bicester, Chipping Norton Newcastle – Redcar Peterborough – Epworth, Slough – West Wellow, MARNHULL, Wellington Stepney Green – St Osyth, Orsett, Mile End, Stock Wolverhampton – Church Stretton, Oakengates, Wellington Telford, Bishops Stortford, Bromsgrove, Cambridge, Colchester, London Colindale, Croydon, Doncaster, Birmingham Erdington, Stornoway, Guildford, Lincoln, Liverpool, Newcastle upon Tyne.

15th Guildford – Bramley, Leeds – Silkstone, Leeds ? Elland, Leeds ? Pocklington, Manchester ?

Walkden, Milton Keynes – Chipping Norton, Milton Keynes ? Shefford, Milton Keynes – Houghton Regis, Peterborough ?Benwick, Peterborough ? Walcott, Slough – North Petherton, Slough – St Marychurch, Slough – Budleigh Salterton, Stepney Green – Ilford North – Stepney Green – London Theydon Bois, Stepney Green – Otham, Newton-le-Willows, Liverpool Simonswood, Lamplugh, Brampton, Appleby, Stourport, frensham, Dipton, Bordon, Birchwood, Headley Down, Liverpool Caldy, Ormskirk, Prestbury, Bacton, Hartley Wintney, Waterbeach, Brandon Suffolk, Parbold.

Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned Network Maintenance – Friday 11th 05:00-07:00 Created: 08/12/2015 @ 14:33 When’s this work happening?

Between 05:00 on the 11th December – to 07:00. What does it affect? Broadband Connectivity How long will it take?

Upto 2 hours within the maintenance window. What does the work involve? Temporarily disconnecting some users in order to improve the overall network service.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there may be a loss of connectivity but users would be expected to reconnect automatically. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any sites having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised log into their router interface and click “connect”, failing that to power cycle their router. Kind regards, Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 7th December 2015 Created: 04/12/2015 @ 16:12 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week.

What does it affect? Broadband connectivity. How long will it take?

Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week.

This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

8th Wolverhampton – Wombourne and Little Haywood, Preston -South Shore, Newcastle -Newcastle West and Whitehaven, Guildford – East Horsley and Blewbury and Winkfield Row, Glasgow – Inverbervie and Duns and Cockenzie, Birmingham – Stone, Leeds – Hipperholme, Colombo-Earls Court, Derby -Beeston and Buckminster, Preston – Liverpool Cressington Pk, Manchester – Eccles, Colindale -Lords and Bovingdon, Colombo – Forest Hill, Birmingham – Wolston, Sheffield -Hawarden and Wadsley Bridge, Newcastle – Barnard Castle, Preston – Kirkby Lonsdale, Bristol – Falfield, Faraday – Erith, Milton Keynes – Freeland, Slough – Haytor, Stepney Green -Epping, Ashton in Makerfield, Croydon, Darlington, Edinburgh Donaldson, Kingston TE, Liverpool Lancaster Hse, Malton, Newcastle upon Tyne Central, Norwich City, Wolverhampton 9th Glasgow – Abbeyhill and Blantyre and Newmacher, Wolverhampton – Chirk and Chirbury, Newcastle – Harrington and Barnard Castleand and Whitehaven, Derby -Buckminster, Guildford -Farnham, Preston – Accrington, Colombo -Purley, Preston – Liverpool Irby, Guildford – Godstone, Colombo -Hullbridge, Colindale – Harrow, Birmingham – Redditch Headless Cross, Cardiff – St Davids, Leeds – Hutton Sessay, Sheffield -Barnby Dun, Preston -North Shore, Stepney Green -South Ockendon, Birmingham -Cheltenham, Cardiff – Stoke Bishop, Leeds – Melbourne, Glasgow – Crossgar, Preston- Morecambe, Slough – Newbury and Lytchett Minster, Milton Keynes – Baldock, and Coilmworth, Faraday – Hadlow and Barcombe, Colombo – Purley and Crayford, Norwich City, Pendelton, Pontefract, Slough, Wolverhampton 10th Ashton-in-Makerfield, Liverpool, Norwich, Manchester Pendleton, Pontefract, Slough 11th Bedlington, Church Stretton, Burghill, Granton, Toomebridge, East Herrington, Great Baddow, Bristol Kingsmead, Newington, Horsley, Coleraine, Romsley, Hullbridge, New Oakley, Barnoldswick, Dartford, London New Cross, East Horsley, East Haddon, Wetheral, Londonderry, Edinburgh Davidson, St. Annes, South Cerney, Repton, Yealmpton, Northwood, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Liverpool, Malton, Norwich, Manchester Pendleton, Slough Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 30th November 2015 Created: 27/11/2015 @ 17:05 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

30th London Upper Holloway, Bristol Cabot, Leeds Basinghall, Rochdale College, Rugby College, Whitehaven, Wolverhampton Central.

1st Cardiff, Edinburgh Donaldson, Guildford, London Colindale, Cambridge, Cardiff, London Colindale, Croydon, Erdington, Leeds Basinghall, Milton Keynes, Portsmouth, London Bermondsey.

2nd Bournemouth, Cambridge Trunk, Lincoln, Milton Keynes, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Peterborough Wentworth, Plymouth, Portsmouth Trunk, Manchester Wythenshawe, Alderley Edge, Horbury Ossett, Thirsk, Sherburn Hill, Sunderland, Henley-on-Thames, Alresford, Aberdeen Balgownie, Dunfermline, Camelford, Banknock, Mold, Melbourn, South Harrow, Liverpool Great Crosby, Melbourne.

3rd Bournemouth, Bristol, Cambridge, Lincoln, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Peterborough, Plymouth, Swansea & Wolverhampton.

4th Cardiff, Roath, Erdington, Peterborough, Wentworth, Wolverhampton. Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 23rd November 2015 Created: 20/11/2015 @ 12:56 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

23rd London Stepney Green, 24th Bedminster, Inverness Macdhui, London Howland St, London Mayfair, Manchester Dial House, Slough , Glasgow, Leeds Basinghall, London Upton Park & Peterborough, Croydon, Falkirk, Manchester Dial House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Portsmouth, Swansea, Truro, Yeovil 25th Mansfield, Sheffield Eldon House, Glasgow, London Colindale, Bristol Cabot 26th Croydon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Portsmouth Trunk, Truro, Yeovil, London Maida Vale, London Moslesey, London Rickmanworth, London Romford South, Hertford, Heywood, Manchester Woodley, Morriston, Mosborough, Narborough, Lancs & Newark Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Kind Regards Customer Support Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 16th November 2015 Created: 13/11/2015 @ 20:11 When is this work happening?

Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect? Broadband connectivity.

How long will it take? Up to six hours each time. What does the work involve?

We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

16th Birmingham, Hove, London Upper Holloway, North Walsham, Dorchester & Llanishen, Canterbury Stour, Halifax, Harlow, Leeds Basinghall, Woodly Berks, Yelverton 17th Edinburgh Donaldson, Colindale, London Isleworth, London Leytonstone, Bridgewater, Castle Donnington, Liverpool Aintree, London Welwyn Garden, Lymington Hants, Newton Abbot, Workington & Worksop Newgate, Bristol Central, Colchester, Erdington, Newport-Gwent, Nottingham-Bowman Sheriff, Slough & Swansea 18th Ipswich, London Kingston, Southbank, Londonderry Meg, Ribbleton & Newcastle Upon Tyne, Reading Central Thames, Bristol Central, Colchester, Erdington, Newport Gwent, Nottingham, Swansea, 19th Aberdeen Central, Birmingham Harbourne, Cleethorpes, Clevedon, London Conham & Glasgow Govan, London Deptford, Bristol Central, Colchester, Newport Gwent, Nottingham Bowman Sheriff, Swansea, 20th Aberdeen Ashgrove, Birmingham Aston Cross, Chester Town, Kesgrave, Kirkwall, Milton Keynes & Illingworth, BRISTOL CABOT, Colchester, Newport Gwent, Nottingham, Slough & Swansea, Bristol Cabot, Glasgow Telephone House, Manchester Dial House, Wolverhampton Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges.

Am I likely to notice the work? Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know?

Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect Title of Message: Planned BT Network Maintenance – Week commencing 9th November 2015 Created: 06/11/2015 @ 14:41 When is this work happening? Overnight throughout the week. What does it affect?

Broadband connectivity. How long will it take? Up to six hours each time.

What does the work involve? We’ve received notifications from our suppliers about maintenance work that is scheduled to take place in the following areas this week. This work typically takes place between midnight and 6am.

10th Sheffield, Ludlow, Truro Kenwyn, Thurso & Tynegate, Wadebridge, Whitchurch, Willenhall – Staffs, Woking, Filton, Worle & Yateley 11th London Maida Vale, London Molesey, London Rickmansworth & London Romford South, Hertford, Heywood, Manchester Woodley, Morriston, Mosborough, Narborough, Lancs & Newark 12th Doncaster Don, Falkirk, London Bermondsey, Edinburgh Caledonian, Kendal, Cheltenham, Holmbrook, Holywell, London Lee Green, London Lords & Wolverton Bucks, East Grinstead Although these are the areas or exchanges we have been notified of, due to the nature of the broadband network these outages may affect customers nationwide. There are also a number of smaller exchange works most nights of the week that may cause smaller outages at individual exchanges. Am I likely to notice the work?

Yes, there’s a chance that you may be disconnected from the internet for a period of time during the maintenance window. Is there anything else I need to know? Any customers having problems connecting once the maintenance is complete are advised to log into their router interface and click connect.

Kind regards Matthew Wheeler

SUNDAY TRAINING RIDE 18TH OCTOBER 2015 « Great Yarmouth …

There will not be a training ride this Sunday as it is the Inter Club Ride The Holmes 50. Below are the details from Norman: Dear all, This Sunday is the final counting Event for the Holmes Cup competition between GYCC and VCB, as previously mentioned the points standings are VCB = 22 to GYCC = 19 , therefore it is imperative for all GYCC members that can/want to ride, turn out. In previous years this event is usually one of the best events during the GYCC sporting calendar and hopefully Sunday will carry on that tradition.

There are a couple of options with regards the meeting points, the first will be The Arches at 08:15 to get over to The Plough for the 09:00 start, the other is that those who want to drive over to The Plough or live in the area, can meet at the pub at 08:50 for the 09:00 start. The route is as the following:- Start from Blundeston Plough PH. Turn Left out of car park and then right into Church Road.

At crossroads go straight ahead onto B1074 heading towards Somerleyton . Continue through Somerleyton to junction with A143 at St Olaves . Turn Left onto A143 towards Haddiscoe .

Take first right onto Thorpe Rd. immediately after the Crown Inn Follow Thorpe Rd through Thurlton going straight over at both crossroads and continuing to Loddon . At T junc.

turn right and ride up the hill along Loddon High Street past The Swan PH. Turn left onto George Lane (Chinese Restaurant on corner) Continue to junc. with A146 where straight over towards Mundham .

TAKE CARE! Turn left at crossroads in Mundham towards Thwaite St Mary and Ditchingham . Follow road through Ditchingham to T junc.

where left and then right to B1332 At Duke of York PH turn left onto B1332 and then cross A143 at the maltings ( chicken ) RAB. Take the right turn to head into Bungay up Ditchingham Dam and continuing onto the cycle lane up Bridge Street to the Market Place RAB. Turn immediately left onto Trinity Street (B1435) and follow one way system round to the right into Wharton Street until you reach the T junction.

Turn right onto Lower Olland Street and then first (sharp) left into Upper Olland Street. At crossroads with Flixton Rd. go straight over up St.

Margarets Hill . Continue to T junc. where right signposted St Micheal & Flixton.

Continue through St Peter South Elham to St Margaret South Elham where left at T junc. towards Rumburgh . Turn left just after Rumburgh Buck PH and follow Gavell St & Grub Lane to A144.

Turn left onto A144 towards Bungay and then first right towards Redisham . Continue to Redisham where right towards Brampton just before road bends left. Follow road through Brampton over railway and continue to crossroads with A145.

Go straight over crossroads to Stoven where left at church. Continue through Sotterly to Hulver where left onto B1127 and right towards Mutford . Continue through Mutford to Carlton Colville and turn right at T junc.

St Peters Church. Follow St Peters Rd to toucan crossing over main road. Continue straight ahead along Uplands Road South, crossing Ashburnham Way and onto Uplands Road North to join Cotmer Rd.

At RAB turn left down Cotmer Rd. to traffic lights where right onto Bridge Road. Follow Bridge Road through Oulton Broad turning left at first RAB and then left again at second RAB onto Commodore Rd.

Turn Left at T junc. onto Caldecott Rd then right into Borrow Road becoming Prospect Rd. Turn Left at T junc.

into Christmas Lane and continue through Camps Heath along Hall Lane. At T junc. with B1074, turn left towards Blundeston .

Take first right (Hall Road) into Blundeston and second left onto Hall Lane to return to Plough PH.

Link to map:- http://gb.mapometer.com/cycling/route_3956011.html 1 For those with a Garmin device, copy the following link to your routes and then download to your device ( as most of you know, I don t do Garmins but I have been assured that this works!!!! ) https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/10955262 2 Hopefully the weather will be OK for the day ( the forecast for Sunday is dry but with a northerly wind ), please don t forget Club colours on the day for the Team Photo before the start, if we get a good one it will be on the new Club Website .

Regards Norman References ^ http://gb.mapometer.com/cycling/route_3956011.html (gb.mapometer.com) ^ https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/10955262 (connect.garmin.com)

Alan Miller – Brampton | UK & Ireland database

02 Friday Oct 2015 Posted by Author 1 in Cumbria 2 Comments Off on Alan Miller Brampton October 2015 Photographer jailed after indecent images of children found on PC A PROFESSIONAL photographer has been jailed after more than 1,000 indecent child images were found on his computer equipment. Alan Miller, 58, a married father-of-two, amassed a library of illegal still and moving images that he had downloaded. His offences were committed over an eight-year period, with some of the most serious and graphic images showing youngsters aged just seven.

Miller, of Tindale Fell, Brampton, pleaded guilty to 13 separate counts of making indecent photographs of children at Carlisle Crown Court He was sentenced to 16 months in prison by Judge Paul Batty QC. Miller had previously worked for photography studios in both Carlisle and Gretna. However, the court heard that none of the crimes related to that employment, with all of the illegal images having been downloaded from the internet.

His offences came to light after police searched his home and seized computer equipment from a studio.

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Details of £2 billion roads plan for the East of England … – UK Haulier

10:00 Wednesday 30th September 2015 Highways England is meeting with suppliers and stakeholders today (29 September 2015) and on Thursday (1 October 2015) to set out how more than 2 billion of government investment to improve the capacity and condition of roads across the East of England will be delivered. The investment will see improvements and repairs taking place between now and 2021, giving road users simpler, faster and more reliable journeys. It will also boost the area s economy and help to bring the country closer together.

The work is part of the government s Road Investment Strategy to triple levels of spending on England s roads by the end of the decade, which was announced last year. Highways England, the government-owned company which was set up earlier this year, is detailing its plans for the East of England region at two events at Wyboston Lakes, Bedford and the Grange Hotel, Bury St Edmunds this week. Plans include major improvements on the M11, A5 and M1, A1(M), A12, A14, A47 and A428. 1 Roads Minister Andrew Jones said: As part of our long term economic plan, we are making the biggest investment in roads in a generation.

The 2 billion investment in the East of England between 2015 and 2021 will significantly improve journeys and help create jobs. Through schemes like these we are creating opportunities for hardworking people across the nation and driving economic growth. Ken Simmonds, Highways England s Director of Major Projects in the South and East, added: These improvements will bring significant long term benefits to road users on motorways and major A roads in the East of England, as well as to local residents and the economy as a whole.

They will create vital links at local, regional and national level to unlock growth, increase capacity and tackle congestion. We ll look to deliver these schemes with local communities in mind, using designated funds where relevant to address environmental issues and air quality. The construction work will, of course, bring some disruption in the short term but we will ensure that we keep this to a minimum to keep traffic flowing.

When the schemes are completed, road users will experience safer, more reliable and less congested journeys. Some of the schemes such as the A5-M1 Link Dunstable Northern Bypass in Bedfordshire are already under way. This scheme involves the building of a new link between 2 major roads north of Dunstable, helping reduce congestion and boost economic growth.

Schemes due to start in the region by 2019/20 include: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon major improvements in Cambridgeshire this scheme, subject to statutory processes, will involve building a new bypass to the south of Huntingdon and widening some of the existing carriageway near Cambridge, as well as the A1 between Brampton and Alconbury. upgrading 6 sections of the A47/A12 corridor in Norfolk across a 115 mile section of the A47 between Peterborough and Great Yarmouth. This will include converting almost 8 miles of single carriageway to dual carriageway and making improvements to 3 junctions, relieving congestion and increasing journey time reliability increasing capacity on the A1(M) providing an additional 14 lane miles to relieve congestion in Hertfordshire, including Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City upgrading technology at junctions on the M11 across Essex and Cambridgeshire, from Stansted Airport to Cambridge, which will improve safety, relieve congestion and support plans for additional housing.

We will also improve junction 7 for Harlow to increase capacity providing technology along the A12 in Essex and Suffolk from the M25 to Ipswich and widening the stretch between Chelmsford and the A120 to 3 lanes, adding 30 miles of additional lane capacity, improving safety, reducing congestion and supporting economic growth providing a new 13 mile stretch of dual carriageway on the A428 between western Cambridgeshire and the north east of Bedfordshire, relieving congestion, improving safety and supporting significant levels of planned economic growth in the area building 17 new cycle paths across our region including along parts of the A12, A47, A120 and A5. Highways England East Divisional Director Catherine Brookes, added: It s vital that we continue to improve the existing road network which is why we re also investing millions of pounds on resurfacing, safety barriers and other maintenance projects across the whole Eastern region. We ll be spending more than 81 million this year alone on maintenance and smaller scale improvement schemes.

Motorways and trunk roads form the backbone of the region s economy and this huge investment will ensure they remain healthy for many years to come, as well as improve safety and journey reliability.

And because our roads aren t just about cars and lorries, we re also investing 4 million in the East to improve facilities for cyclists.

References ^ M11, A5 and M1, A1(M), A12, A14, A47 and A428. (assets.highways.gov.uk)

Over £2billion to improve A14, A11, A12, A47, A1 and M11 …

Road upgrades planned across the East of England 12:04 Tuesday 29 September 2015 More than 2billion of Government money will be spent on improving roads in East of England, including the A14, A47, A11, A12, A1(M) and M11. Highways England, along with suppliers and stakeholders have today, Tuesday September 29. set out how and where the investment will be spent to bring road improvements and repairs between now and 2021.

Plans include major improvements on the M11, A5 and M1, A1(M), A12, A14, A47 and A428. Schemes due to start in the region by 2019/20 include : * A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon major improvements this scheme, subject to statutory processes, will involve building a new bypass to the south of Huntingdon and widening some of the existing carriageway near Cambridge, as well as the A1 between Brampton and Alconbury. * Upgrading six sections of the A47/A12 corridor in Norfolk across a 115 mile section of the A47 between Peterborough and Great Yarmouth. This will include converting almost eight miles of single carriageway to dual carriageway and making improvements to three junctions, relieving congestion and increasing journey time reliability. * Increasing capacity on the A1(M) providing an additional 14 lane miles to relieve congestion in Hertfordshire, including Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City. * Upgrading technology at junctions on the M11 across Essex and Cambridgeshire , from Stansted Airport to Cambridge, which will improve safety, relieve congestion and support plans for additional housing.

We will also improve junction 7 for Harlow to increase capacity. * Providing technology along the A12 in Essex and Suffolk from the M25 to Ipswich and widening the stretch between Chelmsford and the A120 to three lanes, adding 30 miles of additional lane capacity, improving safety, reducing congestion and supporting economic growth. * Providing a new 13-mile stretch of dual carriageway on the A428 between western Cambridgeshire and the north east of Bedfordshire , relieving congestion, improving safety and supporting significant levels of planned economic growth in the area. * Building 17 new cycle paths across our region including along parts of the A12, A47, A120 and A5 . The work is part of the government s Road Investment Strategy to triple levels of spending on England s roads by the end of the decade, which was announced last year. Roads Minister Andrew Jones said: As part of our long-term economic plan, we are making the biggest investment in roads in a generation.

The 2 billion investment in the East of England between 2015 and 2021 will significantly improve journeys and help create jobs. Through schemes like these we are creating opportunities for hardworking people across the nation and driving economic growth. Ken Simmonds, Highways England s Director of Major Projects in the South and East, added: These improvements will bring significant long-term benefits to road users on motorways and major A roads in the East of England, as well as to local residents and the economy as a whole.

They will create vital links at local, regional and national level to unlock growth, increase capacity and tackle congestion. We ll look to deliver these schemes with local communities in mind, using designated funds where relevant to address environmental issues and air quality. The construction work will, of course, bring some disruption in the short term but we will ensure that we keep this to a minimum to keep traffic flowing.

When the schemes are completed, road users will experience safer, more reliable and less congested journeys. Highways England East Divisional Director Catherine Brookes, added: It s vital that we continue to improve the existing road network which is why we re also investing millions of pounds on resurfacing, safety barriers and other maintenance projects across the whole Eastern region. We ll be spending more than 81 million this year alone on maintenance and smaller scale improvement schemes.

Motorways and trunk roads form the backbone of the region s economy and this huge investment will ensure they remain healthy for many years to come, as well as improve safety and journey reliability. And because our roads aren t just about cars and lorries, we re also investing 4 million in the East to improve facilities for cyclists. More details : * A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon – Major upgrade between the A1 and A10 at Milton, widening to dual three lanes, creating a bypass for Huntingdon and new distributor roads for local traffic and remodelling key junctions * A47 North Tuddenham to Easton – Dualling to provide continuous dual carriageway between Norwich and Dereham; combined with the Blofield to North Burlingham scheme, this will provide full dualling between Dereham and Acle * A47 Blofield to North Burlingham dualling – Dualling to complete a gap in the dual carriageway between Norwich and Acle; combined with the North Tuddenham to Easton scheme this will provide full dualling between Dereham and Acle * A47 & A12 junction enhancements- Junction improvements, including reconstruction of the Vauxhall roundabout * A47/A11 Thickthorn Junction – Junction improvement of the interchange to give improved access to Norwich * A47 Guyhirn Junction – Creation of a new larger junction linking the A47 with the A141 * A47 Wansford to Sutton – Dualling the A47 between the A1 and Peterborough * A 47 Acle Straight – Safety improvements at key hotspots and joint working with Natural England to establish environmental impacts and mitigation measures for the medium and long term which could include installation of safety barriers, junction improvements and road widening or capacity improvements. * M11 Junctions 8 to 14 – technology upgrade – Technology improvements, including emergency roadside telephones, signals on slip roads, Motorway Incident Detection and Automatic Signalling, Variable Message Signs, CCTV cameras and gantries; work to take place in three phases * M11 Junction 7 upgrade – Extra capacity on junction 7 near Harlow through significant upgrades and more technology * A12 Chelmsford to A120 widening – Widening to provide three lanes of capacity between Chelmsford and the A120, improving safety and reducing congestion * A12 whole-route technology upgrade – Traffic management technology improvements along the whole route, including detection loops, CCTV cameras and Variable Message signs to allow better information to drivers and active traffic management of traffic on the route * A1(M) Junctions 6-8 – Smart Motorway – Upgrading to Smart Motorway including widening of two lane section to dual three lane and hard shoulder running * A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet – Dualling of remaining single carriageway section between Caxton Gibbet west of Cambridge and the M1, including a grade separated junction at the A1 Black Cat roundabout * A12 Colchester Bypass widening – Widening the Colchester bypass to three lanes and junction improvements * A12 carriageway between the M25 and the Chelmsford bypass Widening to three lanes and providing technology to provide greater traffic information and potentially ramp metering at junctions.

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Details of £2 billion roads plan for the East of England – Press …

Press release Details of 2 billion roads plan for the East of England From: Highways England , Andrew Jones MP and Department for Transport 1 2 3 First published: 29 September 2015 Part of: Road network and traffic 4 Highways England is meeting with suppliers and stakeholders today (29 September 2015) and on Thursday (1 October 2015) to set out how more than 2 billion of government investment to improve the capacity and condition of roads across the East of England will be delivered. The investment will see improvements and repairs taking place between now and 2021, giving road users simpler, faster and more reliable journeys. It will also boost the area s economy and help to bring the country closer together.

The work is part of the government s Road Investment Strategy to triple levels of spending on England s roads by the end of the decade, which was announced last year. Highways England, the government-owned company which was set up earlier this year, is detailing its plans for the East of England region at two events at Wyboston Lakes, Bedford and the Grange Hotel, Bury St Edmunds this week. Plans include major improvements on the M11, A5 and M1, A1(M), A12, A14, A47 and A428. 5 Roads Minister Andrew Jones said: As part of our long term economic plan, we are making the biggest investment in roads in a generation.

The 2 billion investment in the East of England between 2015 and 2021 will significantly improve journeys and help create jobs. Through schemes like these we are creating opportunities for hardworking people across the nation and driving economic growth. Ken Simmonds, Highways England s Director of Major Projects in the South and East, added: These improvements will bring significant long term benefits to road users on motorways and major A roads in the East of England, as well as to local residents and the economy as a whole.

They will create vital links at local, regional and national level to unlock growth, increase capacity and tackle congestion. We ll look to deliver these schemes with local communities in mind, using designated funds where relevant to address environmental issues and air quality. The construction work will, of course, bring some disruption in the short term but we will ensure that we keep this to a minimum to keep traffic flowing.

When the schemes are completed, road users will experience safer, more reliable and less congested journeys. Some of the schemes such as the A5-M1 Link Dunstable Northern Bypass in Bedfordshire are already under way. This scheme involves the building of a new link between 2 major roads north of Dunstable, helping reduce congestion and boost economic growth.

Schemes due to start in the region by 2019/20 include: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon major improvements in Cambridgeshire this scheme, subject to statutory processes, will involve building a new bypass to the south of Huntingdon and widening some of the existing carriageway near Cambridge, as well as the A1 between Brampton and Alconbury. upgrading 6 sections of the A47/A12 corridor in Norfolk across a 115 mile section of the A47 between Peterborough and Great Yarmouth. This will include converting almost 8 miles of single carriageway to dual carriageway and making improvements to 3 junctions, relieving congestion and increasing journey time reliability increasing capacity on the A1(M) providing an additional 14 lane miles to relieve congestion in Hertfordshire, including Stevenage and Welwyn Garden City upgrading technology at junctions on the M11 across Essex and Cambridgeshire, from Stansted Airport to Cambridge, which will improve safety, relieve congestion and support plans for additional housing.

We will also improve junction 7 for Harlow to increase capacity providing technology along the A12 in Essex and Suffolk from the M25 to Ipswich and widening the stretch between Chelmsford and the A120 to 3 lanes, adding 30 miles of additional lane capacity, improving safety, reducing congestion and supporting economic growth providing a new 13 mile stretch of dual carriageway on the A428 between western Cambridgeshire and the north east of Bedfordshire, relieving congestion, improving safety and supporting significant levels of planned economic growth in the area building 17 new cycle paths across our region including along parts of the A12, A47, A120 and A5. Highways England East Divisional Director Catherine Brookes, added: It s vital that we continue to improve the existing road network which is why we re also investing millions of pounds on resurfacing, safety barriers and other maintenance projects across the whole Eastern region. We ll be spending more than 81 million this year alone on maintenance and smaller scale improvement schemes.

Motorways and trunk roads form the backbone of the region s economy and this huge investment will ensure they remain healthy for many years to come, as well as improve safety and journey reliability. And because our roads aren t just about cars and lorries, we re also investing 4 million in the East to improve facilities for cyclists. General enquiries Members of the public should contact the Highways England customer contact centre on 0300 123 5000.

Media enquiries Journalists should contact the Highways England press office on 0844 693 1448 and use the menu to speak to the most appropriate press officer.

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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.

Discounted season tickets available for 3 or more workshops (please also see notes at end of programme) Monday 3 August 10-12am Painting with Oils: How to mix colours (1 st of 2) John Rose Lammas Church 10-12am Painting on Silk (1 st of 3) Deb Cousins Badersfield Church 2-4pm Modelling with Clay (1 st of 3) Crispin Clark Buxton Church 6-8pm Oxnead Arts Soiree Art, Music, Entertainment TICKETS 01603 279630 Bishop of Lynn David Aspinall Oxnead Hall Tuesday 4 August All day events at Cawston Church 10-12am Watercolours (1 st of 4) Playing with watercolours Pat Tinsley Lammas Church 10-12am Introducing Craft Workshops Horstead Tithe Barn Caf 10-12am Spirituality Workshop Paul Thomas Aldborough Church 2-4pm Watercolours (2 nd of 4) Colour and Composition Pat Tinsley Lammas Church 2-4pm Letter Carving Sculptor Andy Hibberd Aylsham Church 2-4pm Introducing Bookbinding Chris Sandom Stratton Strawless Church 7-9pm Running a Church Picture Sale Fundraiser Janne Capie Oxnead Church (no charge) Wednesday 5 August 10-2am Beginning on Spinning Brenda Warman Marsham Church 10-12am Play-Doh for Families Christine Clark Buxton Church (no charge) 10 12 am Painting on Silk (2 nd of 3) Deb Cousins Badersfield Church 10 12 am Craft Workshop Sylvia Coward & others Horstead Church 10 4pm Exhibition of Calligraphy Horsford Church 2 4pm Pen and Wash Art Workshop Diana Perowne Brampton Church 2 4pm Modelling with Clay (2 nd of 3) Crispin Clark Buxton Church 2 4pm Craft Workshop Sylvia Coward & others Horstead Church 2 4pm Letter Carving Sculptor Andy Hibberd Aylsham Church 4 6pm Art and Life? Now You re Talking Tim Bennoy Lammas Church (no charge) 7.30 pm Praying with Icons Chris Engleson Coltishall Church (no charge) Thursday 6 August 10-12am Sketching & Watercolours (3 rd of 4) Pat Tinsley Lammas Church 10-12am Craft Workshop Sylvia Coward & others Horstead church 10-4pm Exhibition of Calligraphy Horsford Church 2-4pm Parachuting Teddies Teddy Bears Picnic Horsford Church 2-4pm Pure Poison or Sheer Good Health? The Properties of Plants Sarah Howard Oxnead Hall 2-4pm Making a Necklace Chris Sandom Stratton Strawless Church 2-4pm Working towards Weaving Brenda Warman Marsham Church 2-4pm Craft Workshop Sylvia Coward & others Horstead church 7-9pm Painting in Watercolour (4 th of 4) Pat Tinsley Lammas Church Friday 7 August 10-12am Modelling with Clay (3 rd of 3) Crispin Clark Buxton Church 10-12am Painting on Silk (3 rd of 3) Deb Cousins Badersfield Church 2-4pm Painting with Oils: How to mix colours (2 nd of 2) John Rose Lammas Church 7-9pm Looking Back, and Forward, through Art Tim Bennoy The de Brecy Trust Oxnead Hall Norfolk Knitters Pergola will be on display all week at Marsham church Burgh and Buxton Churches will also host Bargain Picture Sales (50% to venue church & 50% to donor) on Wednesday 5 th and Thursday 6 th from 10am to 3pm.

Alongside these workshops in churches, the work of some artists will be shown, including Pat Tinsley of Lammas ad Tom Cringle of Buxton, and Norwich-based Gena Ivanov; all at Oxnead Hall see website for more details nearer the time www.dioceseofnorwich.org/news/events 1 scroll down to August Arts Workshops advert We can promote your business 2 every week on the Iceni Post!

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