Another case of all change today as I was diverted from my task of building a model radio car for the Festival. Instead I spent the morning at Norwich Airport on Ash Watch! Yep, more disruption although air travellers nowadays are prepared for just about anything to happen!
Tuesday at Leeders Farm Spooner Row where Steve Harley (remember Cockney Rebel?) has recorded a new album including "2000 years from Now". Backing vocals were supplied from pupils at the nearby Spooner Row Primary pictured here with their hero. Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys have also recorded here so the kids will have something to tell their grandchildren!
With the radio car off the road for repairs I've almost been confined to barracks. On Wednesday we had a visitor who didn't say much eccept the odd HOOT. An eagle owl from Pleasurewood Hills with his handler talking about his part in the making of the new Robin Hood film. Last week I met the man who made his bow and arrows! Thursday and a fire at Larling. It was a disused chicken shed but part of an extensive range of buildings that have been derelict for years. The fireman is checking for any hot spots. Big problem with the asbestos roof though.
Just across the road from the Larling fire is the Angel pub so I took the opportunity of dropping in to get this picture which I hope our correspondent from Monterey California (Josephine and Mad Mick) will appreciate. As you can see they're all well but Albert Frost wasn't around!!!!
Friday and the start of a great new venture for Sheringham & Cromer. It's the Crab & Lobster Festival - the very first and the weather looks so promising. Here's the two mayors. Left, Noel Gant, Mayor of Sheringham with the programme of events. Right, Hilary Thompson, Mayor of Cromer looking over her favourite view of the hills behind the town.