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Monday, October 17, 2011

Radio Car Travelogue 17 - 21 October 2011








Hard to tell now what the 'Cleo' looked like. This weekend she'd just set off for a picnic afternoon when a bang and flames engulfed her. Fortunately a passing boat rescued the woman on board whilst the man got to shore before she sank. The fire brigade did what they could but now all that can be seen is her bow rail protruding from the muddy water which she lies under.


Nominated as News Deliverer Of The Year, Marcus Mears (left) with his boss Darren Veal at Starlings Toys & Newsagents on the High Street at Holt. They're off to London (despite the rail problems) to see if he's won! Pic 2 Winners in a way are Stu Thompson (left) and Ben Kewell outside the Cromer loo's being converted to a surf school and Lifesaving club. Pic 3 the work begins on the promenade. Pic 4 at Plumstead near Matlaske where John Lilley, David Ramsbotham and Barbara Powell spoke of their objection to the planned wind turbine to be sited on the ground pictured behind them.


Voluntary drivers part of the County Councils scheme at North Walsham. Left, Barry Langley, area manager with Louise Cornell Senior Project Development Officer. 2. Volunteer Barry Langley loves the work. At Fakenham, a magnificent sunrise as Clerk of the Course David Hunter tests the ground with his 'going stick'.

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