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Monday, June 15, 2009

Radio Car Travelogue 15 - 19 June


Monday - and just one call to Angel Road Junior School who were waiting for a visit by Katharine Merry 400m bronze medallist at the Sydney Olympics. Pictured, Richard Muge the PE co-ordinator at the school who spoke enthusiastically about the schools efforst to involve children in sport.

EXTREME WEATHER AT WATTON (and Carbrooke) Last nights storm over Norfolk left some communities with drifts of hailstones whilst up to 2" of rainfall created muddy rivers that poured into some home. Pics left to roght. 1. Hailstones like marbles. 2. Imagine how much melted away overnight and still this mush left! 3. At it's peak it had been half way up the doors of this car. 4. Cess pit foreground of the house that was flooded. They'd just had new carpets throughout - all now ruined.

First we visit the Ecotech centre on our Windy Wednesday. The only wind turbine in the WORLD with a viewing platform on top. Best be quick though to book for Friday. Remember you'll have to climb the 305 steps on your own. To book phone 01760 726100. Pictured - Manager Stuart Weaver. Next, to Thurton church where the WI are celebrating their 90th anniversary by ringing the bells across Norfolk at 11am. Pictured in the headband Eileen Leathers (and friends) who'll be doing their best at campanology!

Thursday and the sun's trying to break through the clouds over The Glades at Little Plumstead. Buyers into this development thought they'd get lawned areas and proper pavements but instead the site has piles of rubble and unfinished paths and roads. Centre pic - Miriam Jones, Kevin Reeve and Philip Barrow. The community is now pressing the developer (Taylor Wimpey) to finish what they started.


Meanwhile, I'm off to Overstrand on the coast to meet Mandy Seybold, writer and director of a play about war being performedby some of the children from The Belfry Primary School. Here she is with Daisy, Kitty and Ryan - part of the cast who'll perform the play "Remember Me" on the stage at the Little Sheringham Theatre.

Friday and the third school visit this week! Today, the turn of Reepham Primary who're turning Japanese. Pictured, teacher John Clayton, his wife Yukari and the pupils learning all about the Japanese culture including, today, a lunchtime treat of Japanese cuisine.

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