Monday and to highlight the problems with broadband I travelled to meet Clarke Willis at Anglia Farmers, Honingham Thorpe. Unfortunately we couldn't get connected ! So, Clarke ended up doing the interview on the phone. Er - exactly. Across country to Weybourne where Bolding Way Holidays believe they're the first Glamping Site in the country(Glamping - glamourous camping) but they also offer "clothing optional". Here you can see the bell tent with bed and wood burning stove and they're soon to add a Yurt - a larger tent with all the mod cons. Let's see how popular it proves with the stay-cations this year.
Tuesday at Wroxham where a former car sales and garage are to become a new church and meeting place for members of the Wroxham & Hoveton United Reform Church. £73k of the £192k have already been raised. Left, Richard & Corrie Mould. Corrie looks after the fundraising and Richard is head of the Church Building Committee pictured with the Reverend Matt Stone. Across the road down the Avenues I went to Barton House, home of the wherrries Nerada, Olive & Hathor. Skipper Peter Bower (Left) with John Ash, the Chairman of the Wherry Yacht Charter Charitable Trust who've won lottery funding to build the extensive covers needed to house the wherries whilst they're refurbished. After the restoration it's hoped to take school parties on board to educate them in Norfolk broads history.
Wednesday at City College six chefs will compete to oroduce the best looking and tastiest two course meal for just £1.30. Left, Nick Smith, Catering Operations Manager for Norse Commercial Services and finalist Marie Paul. The winner gets the title of Care Cook Of The Year and £500.
Thursday and it's the big derby match between Norwich away to Ipswich. Catch our full commentary tonight. Meanwhile I was despatched to the Norfolk/Suffolk border at Harleston where Ipswich fan Chris told me his thoughts about tonights game. He's listening at home but many Norwich fans will see the match on a big screen at Carrow Road. In twelve hours we'll know the result!
Good Friday and most people will be paying a trip to the tip this weekend a spring cleaning and DIY traditionally form part of the Easter weekend. At Ketteringham Recycle Centre they've a dedicated 'shop' where you can buy items at knock down prices. These are things that people would normally put into landfill. Just look at the selection which included a set of golf clubs, bag and trolley! Left is Sarah Chapman from May gurney who run the site, and Jess King from Norfolk County Council.