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Monday, December 1, 2008

Radio Car Travelogue 1 - 5 December

Monday and the first job is to talk to hairdresser Ian Richmond about the City Council letter instructing them not to serve customers with alcoholic Christmas cheer this year. "Some of them supply their own!" said Ian who's going to put the letter up in the shop for customers to see for themselves.

Next, to MFI on Barker Street where fitters who sub-contract for the store are angry that the company's brought in the administrators to sell everything off and they've been left waiting to be paid for outstanding jobs. Bathroom fitter Gary Harmer told me how he's owed £9,000. It'll be a bleak Christmas for them if MFI don't cough up.

Last job this morning, on a lighter note, with Chris Durdin of the RSPB who're

offering free Homes For Wildlife info and packs to help you to turn your garden into a wildlife haven. You can log on to their website or phone your local office for a free pack.
The web address is http://www.rspb.org.uk/
Tuesday and there's only one job - monitor the traffic jumping red lights. No photo for today because I wouldn't want to show you the vehicles breaking the law! A total of eight in just twenty minutes blatantly didn't stop when there plenty of time to do so. Talking with the producer though we're going to follow this up with a journey in a Police car. Watch this space!

We had some hard frosts this week and I spent an hour at Caister Roman Fort watching the conditions slowly improve. Norfolk got away lightly this week but we still expected some snow to reach us - but it didn't !

BBC Radio Norfolk and the Salvation Army combine again this year for the Toys & Tins Appeal. Non-perishable food stuffs and good toys have been pouring in for this years appeal. Thanks to your generosity there's be some happy faces this Christmas. You can drop stuff off at any Salvation Army Citadel or into Santa's Sleigh in the Atrium at the Forum.

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