Picture of the week - Salhouse dawn
Halloween and I'm at the new bat sanctuary at East Winch RSPCA Wildlife Centre with manager Alison Charles. (1) then to St.Andrews church Holme Hale. I was here 5 years ago because they have so many bats that their droppings and urine rain down on the congregation. Centre pic 3 is bat consultant Philip Parker. There's little that can be done to stop it! At Greenbanks Hotel Great Fransham Jennie Locke (5) shows me the chalet where she's raising young hedgehogs. The James Paget hospital came in for some flack this week and David Page (7) rang us to say he was more than happy with the service he got. Patrick Thompson (8) is head of Norfolk Link, the local watchdog. He met with Health Secretary Andrew Lansley on Thursday. Jill Taylor (9) told us the remarkable story of her uncle shot down in WWII in Holland where they've dug up his plane and she's unveiling a memorial near to where his grave is. (10) Wonder boy artist Kieron Williamson with his family at their new home in Ludham. Another 12 of his paintings are up for sale soon at the gallery in Holt which netted him £150k last time. Finally, the Wymondham group getting ready for their first lemon day! Yes, that's the colour theme to promote the town. Left to right Mayor Neil Ward, shopkeeper Michelle Fernandes and promoter Tony Vale.