Mundesley Volunteer Coastguard is merging with Happisburgh VC in a move that will see them share a building in Bacton between the two. Sector Manager Bob Francis says that their old building is not suitable any more and the Happisburgh building is teetering on the edge of the cliffs!
TreasurerRoger Eastaugh and Chairman Martin Roberts at the Trafford Park ground in Wroxham. Wroxham football club want to go up a league but to do that the facailities have to be improved. They've the cash to do it but want volunteer help as well in order to meet the March deadline.
Eyewitness calls from two people who saw a large black cat ( a puma or panther) in the Colney Lane area on the edge of the city. I went to investigate and spoke to numerous people who pass this way every day but none of them had seen anything unusual. Looking at the snow covered bank I spotted these distinctive marks but were they made by a big cat?
Linda Laxton at British Wild Flower Plants based at Burlingham is just growing on a huge order for marram and lyme grass. In total 270,000 plants will be supplied to Sandhaven beach in South Shields. They'll be planted in the sand dunes where their root system will help to bind the dunes together and stabilise them.
At Cromer they've put aside £1m to strengthen the pier but there's another £10m coming to improve the sea defences too. Here's Andy Boyce from Cromer Preservation Society and cabinet member for coastal issues Angie Fitch Tillett. Naturally they're delighted although it'll be a year before everthing is ready to start. Just down the road, they were making improvements to the golf links at the Links Hotel West Runton when Darren Coopers digger unearthed a bomb! It took the Bomb Squad just a few minutes to identify it as a 2" smoke mortar from WWII. They took it away so no big detonation and for Director Marc McKenzie - no new bunker!!