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Friday, November 25, 2011

Radio Car Travelogue 21 - 25 November 2011

Wymondham protest
The week began at Hethersett where developers plan to build 1,200 new homes. Guy Brown, James Utting and Phil Emery met me to raise their objections. 

Daivid Took
Tuesday we talked about safety for younger drivers. David Took lost his daughter 5 years ago when she was hit head on by a drunk driver on the A12 at Blythburgh. 

A47 Accident
The scene of the tragic Halloween crash on the A47 at North Burlingham.


dawn at Thorpe Green






River residents

Dawn on Wednesday morning at Thorpe Green where a number of people live on their boats moored on Thorpe Island. In front of their 40' Aquafibre boat is Martin & Jill Lee who rowed across to join John Fisher, chairman of the planning committee at Thorpe St.Andrew Town Council. The Government wants the rules relaxed by the Broads Authority making more moorings available for this lifestyle.
Hayhurst family

Kathy Hayhurst is challenging her sons'school over the ban on bringing a flask of soup for lunch. Attleborough Junior School says it's a health and safety risk whilst their youngest, Oliver can take his to the infant school. Luke & Jack both go to the Juniors.
Deputy Mayor Colin Foulger and Paul Hawkins


Nikki Prince

Behind them , the church of Our Lady & St.Thomas of Canterbury and Kings Head Meadow. The Council is considering selling the meadow to Asda but recently Asda approached the diocese to buy the church, build a new one at a different location and give them £400,000. It's the home of a shrine to the Far East Prisoners of War and Nikki Prince believes it should stay there and opposes any such plans. Paul Hawkins is a member of the lobby group WAW (Wymondham Asks Why).

Old hospital masks the new build

Dale Jackson & Helen Lloyd

 
complex cabling & ducting
Friday in Cromer we're looking over the new hopsital. One year into the build and on schedule, Service Manager Helen Loyd talks us through the final stages, how they'll transfer patients and Project Manager Dale Jackson takes us inside to see how the complex fitting out is going.

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