Monday morning and before the Ten Town Tour continues I'm at the St.Augustine's Street junction with Deputy Leader of the City Council talking about the work that will soon start here. Ten months work will let traffic OUT of the City from the ring road but incoming traffic will turn left down Magpie Road and then a new link road will take you right into the Anglia Square development and a new supermarket before joining the flow at St.Crispins roundabout.
North Walsham is todays destination for the ten town tour and you can see more at www.bbc.co.uk/norfolk
Tuesday and it's Hunstanton. I call in on Stephen O'Leary who runs a bakery and cafe at the corner of the High Street. His poster 'SOS' is a campaign locally to Save Our Shops encourageing people to use their local retailers and stores or face losing them. On the right of Stephen is Paul Beale, chairman of Hunstanton Chamber of Commerce who runs the towns Joke Shop. I leave the radio car with the tour bus outside the town hall ready for todays Ten Town Tour shows.
For once I can't tell you where I've been with the Radio Car because our subject is domestic violence and Rit (left) agreed to tell us of her experience which left her badly injured. She's since remarried but the mental scars (and some physical ones) are still there. It's the start of a new campaign today as we hear that the Government is going to introduce the subject to all schools in two years time.
Thanks to Barry who took some pics during the filming with the Hairy Boys and sent me two one of which I've reproduced above. Thanks Barry.
What do YOU think of the Campbells tower at King's Lynn. Pictured here, Elizabeth James who's on the committee of the Civic Society. Tesco want to flatten the site and build an eco-friendly store and business park but Elizabeth has written to English Heritage suggesting that the 1950's tower should become a listed building and incorporated into the new development. Tesco Nick Gellatly says that it's not a viable proposition. It's prompted much comment from you!