Monday and the early mist soon burns off under the scorching sun! Here's the new village hall at Neatishead which will also serve Barton Turf and Irstead. It's a revolutionary green construction. The community are invited to help from today. The round meeting room will be built from straw bales! Left to right, trustee Freddie Jones, Project Co-ordinator Ian McFadyen, Hywel Lewis from Amazon Nails and Bee Rowen, a straw bales expert. Norfolk police are searching for new recruits for their dog team. If your dog is too much to handle and is suitable, they'll take it in a train it to search and rescue. Contact Norfolk Police at Wymondham.
The radio car will be at the Royal Norfolk Show and I was there to talk about the opening of BBC Radio Royal Norfolk Show ahead of going on-air at 0830 this morning. Look at the mist at just after 7am when the place is still deserted. It'll be a different picture tomorrow and Thursday! Centre pic - the stage area where you can have a go at weather presenting and meet the stars. The team gets ready to go live - in the chair Chris Goreham starting the next three days on medium wave 855/873 and online. Your best guide to getting to the Showground and what to see there.
Friday morning and a pleasant spot in the city by the river Wensum and Dragonfly House the HQ for the Broads Authority. On the left, Julian Barnwell, Chairman of the Eastern Region British Water Ski Club with BA Chief Executive John Packman. Today the Broads Bill becomes an Act of Parliament with new regulations especially when it comes to ski boats on the Broads. Pictured right, Dr. Nick Ireland and his wife at home. He's just retired after 42 years as the local GP for Reedham & Freethorpe.