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Preparation for Mayor's Business Awards underway

Preparation for Mayor's Business Awards underway

Plans for mayoral business prizes, contributed to by Lynn News, are at an advanced stage. Companies, employees and managers from West Norfolk were nominated for the local business awards. The event has been scheduled for early March, while the Corn Exchange in King s Lynn will be used as a venue.

Eight award categories have been drawn up by the organisers and three finalists have been selected to compete within each category. Sponsors have been found for the different sections, including the local Chamber of Commerce. The Mayor s Business of the Year has reached a shortlist of Ring Associates, Coldstores Limited and Norfolk Leisure.

Candidates from varied backgrounds are competing for the Business Person of the Year, with Brown and Co as sponsors of this particular award. Katherine Power of Vets One Group, Mark Kacery of the Norfolk Deli, and Stephen Tansley of Shaun Hodgson Engineering are the shortlisted candidates. The Contribution to the Community category is being contested by businesses from different locations.

The King s Arms in Shouldham, Norfolk Training Services: Aspires Limited in Fincham and Searles Leisure Resort in Hunstanton are all in the running for the award. The details for the prize for the Community Event of the Year have yet to be finalised. Nominations for this accolade are still being requested by Lynn News.

Entrants for this specific award can be put forward before late January. Award ceremonies are popular ways to present and to help fund awards such as these with sponsorship opportunities often available. Brochure printers 1 are kept busy designing and printing 2 the events programmes for such events.

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Family pay tribute to Marshland St James man

Family pay tribute to Marshland St James man

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Andrew Jarvis, of Marshland St James, was killed after his car left the road on November 24 Now his fiance Micha McGuffog has paid an emotional tribute to Mr Jarvis, who worked at Palm Paper in Lynn. Ms McGuffog said: I met Andrew at a local pub in October 2007 and we lived together in the village of Marshland St James with our four-year-old son Alfie. Andrew was an extremely hardworking fianc and daddy.

He was at his happiest spending time with us, taking us to local indoor play centres, to the beach or out for a family meal. Andrew has left a huge void in our lives and also to all those who knew him. Pat, John and Vicky Jarvis Andrew s mother, father and sister have also paid tribute.

The family said: Andrew started school at Wormegay Primary School and lived with us throughout his childhood, and as a teenager moved to Fincham and attended Downham Market High School. On leaving school, Andrew acquired an apprenticeship in carpentry then moved on to Williams Refrigeration in Downham Market and on to Palm Paper in King s Lynn. He will be deeply missed as a son, dad, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and nephew but never forgotten.

Andrew s funeral is on Tuesday, December 15, at 2.30pm at Mintlyn Crematorium in Lynn. The family have asked for no flowers and for donations to be split between the East Anglian Air Ambulance charity trust and Alfie, Andrew s son. Have you got something to share on the story?

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Norfolk Parish Records to go Online on TheGenealogist.co.uk …

Norfolk Parish Records to go Online on TheGenealogist.co.uk …

The following announcement was written by the folks at TheGenealogist.co.uk 1 : TheGenealogist and the Norfolk Record Office announce that they have signed an agreement to make Norfolk parish and other historical records available online for the first time. The registers of baptisms, marriages, burials and banns of marriage feature the majority of the parishes in Norfolk. On release the searchable transcripts will be linked to original images of baptism, marriage and burial records from the parish registers of this East Anglian county Some of the surviving records are from the early 1500s These vital records will allow family history researchers from all over the world to search for their Norfolk ancestors online for the first time Famous people that can be found in these records include: Samuel Lincoln, the great-great-great-great-grandfather of Abraham Lincoln, 18th President of the United States of America, can be discovered in the baptismal records of St Andrew, Hingham in Norfolk for the 24th August 1622.

At some point his entry has been highlighted with a star. Samuel Lincoln baptismal record Vice Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson, who lost his life at the Battle of Trafalgar. This impoverished clergyman s son can be discovered in the register for Burnham Thorpe in 1758.

There his father, as rector of the parish, would have officiated at all the baptisms that year in this church with his name appearing at the bottom of the page. Horatio Lord Nelson s baptism record Viewing an image of the actual parish register reveals that the young Horatio Nelson was firstly baptised privately in October 1758, just a week after being born and then given a second public baptism in the middle of November. This practice was carried out for sickly babies who were not expected to survive and begs the question of how different British history would have been had he died as an infant.

Fascinatingly, by looking at the actual image of the page there are some additions to his entry that have been penned in the margin years later. These notes, reputedly to be by his brother the Rev William Nelson, 1st Earl Nelson, celebrated the honours that his brother received in his adult life. He ends it with the latin quote caetera enarret fama which translates as others recount the story .

Burnham Thorpe Church, Norfolk. Horatio Nelson s baptismal place. Photograph: John Salmon In addition to those from the Diocese of Norwich the coverage also includes some Suffolk parishes in and near Lowestoft that fall into the deanery of Lothingland and also, various parishes from the deanery of Fincham and Feltwell, that part of the Diocese of Ely that covers south-west Norfolk.

Nigel Bayley, Managing Director of TheGenealogist said: With this collection you will be able to easily search Norfolk records online for the first time. From the results a click will allow you to view high quality digital images of the original documents. Joining our already extensive Parish Record collection on TheGenealogist, this release will be eagerly anticipated by family and local historians with links to Norfolk Gary Tuson, County Archivist at The Norfolk Record Office said: The Norfolk Record Office is pleased to be working with TheGenealogist, a commercial company helping to make these important records available to a worldwide audience.

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