With a strike on Wednesday, many schools were closing but for Tracey Moulton a problem. Both Rosie & Jessie go to Mulbarton Junior School which is only partly open that day. It means Jessie will attend while Rosie stays at home. Mum has to take the day off and would rather have both attend or both off!
A shortage of rainfall means that farmers like Andrew Ross from Houghton St.Giles face a dificult time ahead. This week farmers from the fens met with the Environment Agency to discuss how water acn be saved and shared.
So it's December so Christmas is coming and at Fakenham parish church there's a show of 90 trees with 76 participating charities all hoping you'll donate to their cause wen you go to see them. There's tombola, raffle and refreshments there too with free admission from 10am - 8pm until Thursday 8th.
Business Secretary Vince Cable was in town on Friday to meet with Norfolks business community. Nice to find him at the Premier Inn on Duke Street rather than the more expensive establishments!
Would you go to a barbers shop with topless hairdressers? That's the proposal for a bar on Prince of Wales Road in Norwich right next door to Bob Gilbert in the Railway Mission. Members of the Evangelical Free Church who meet there don't really want it. They intend to oppose the plans. Watch this space.