It's International Social Media Week and at the King's Centre small businesses are being given the chance to discover the secrets of social media and how it can boost contacts and customers. Left, Jim Drew from Business Revolution and Kathy Payne who gave up IT to run a homeopathy business at the Maddermarket. She's realised how useful Facebook and You Tube are!
Down at County Hall Jonathan Dunning from Unison and Ed Bober from the Norfolk Coalition Against Cuts were leafletting arriving staff on the morning that the County Council meet to set next years budget. They're hoping to influence the decision making progress.
The Dove Hilton at Old Costessey where Jill Burrage manages the brood of thrity white doves for "Wings Of Love" supplying them to wedddings, funerals and of course St.Valentine's. Here they are waiting to be called and Jill prepares one for flight!
Briston, Melton Constable and Foulsham are having thir power supply upgraded today so Captain Gaynor Mulryne of the Salvation Army has opened up their Briston centre which will have power, and will be serving tea's and coffee in a warm environment for anyone who wants to come along today. Fortunately we're not still in the freezing temperatures!
Tragedy cast a long shadow over the King's Lynn Mart yesterday when a 3 year old boy was hit by a car at 5.30 in the evening. It happened on King Street just opposite the Globe Hotel next to Ferry Street. The driver has been questioned.
Bulls and horses to round off the week. Jacko Jackson used to be a mounted policeman but is now a Field Officer at World Horse Welfare. Norfolk Police are planning to introduce special constables on Horseback in rural areas where they've already proved effective in Essex. Meanwhile, at Toftwood on Nick Enema's farm, Eric the bull is the centre of attention. The Dereham & Fakenham Times are running a competition to win £50 of best beef if you can guess Eric's weight correctly.