How encouraging it is to see central government have given money to improve the Hempnall crossroad junction on the A140.

My husband and I went for a walk around Sandringham Estate today and we were quite shocked to see the amount of rubbish left by visitors to the estate.

I request to be allowed a ‘one off’ in-depth response to the criticisms of the proposals for cycling facilities in Norwich and of cyclists.

I agree that a permanent memorial to Princess Diana should be erected in our city.

On Sunday I was driving from Horning towards Wroxham along a road which has a purpose-built cycle path costing over £1m, when I met a group of around 10 MAMIL (middle aged men in Lycra - or cyclists as they are more normally referred as).

As the council soon makes its mind up about the permission of cyclists riding on pathways in the city.

Recently my family and I visited Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach.

So far the results of our new NCFC strategy have been very disappointing. Patience is in short supply. Defensive frailties exposed, no cutting edge up front.

I am very concerned over the increased costs and the severance of the B1149 Holt Road.

At 6am this morning, we were due to receive our family’s last set of public exam results.

In his letter Mr Zenden decries the coldness of the people of Norfolk. He seems to live in a different Norfolk to the one that we live in.

I attended Norwich City’s game against Swindon on August 8, and just before kick-off stood to join in the traditional chorus of On the Ball City.

I am not from Norfolk.

A massive well done to the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation and its myriad of backroom supporters, sponsors and volunteers for yet another brilliantly organised Run Norwich.

One thing I do regularly to get to the city is to walk under the Magdalen Street flyover, the presence of which seems to completely dominate the area surrounding it more than ever.

On the evening of Friday, July 28 my husband and I attended the Jools Holland concert at Taverham Hall. It was a fantastic show in a beautiful setting.

Recently I had the pleasure of exploring the Norfolk coastline, completing an exhilarating one-day walk and jog from Great Yarmouth to Cromer almost entirely along the seafront, although the wealth of tourist leaflets seemed to include no information about whether such a trek might be possible. Having carefully checked tides and maps it seemed feasible, and indeed it was, surpassing all expectations.

The Northern Distributor Road is truly the road to nowhere. A few miles away from where the NDR terminates is in the middle of nowhere.

Regarding Tom Jones at Holkham, this was one of the worst events I have ever been to for organisation.

With the large number of RAF bases and Army camps, unfortunately many now closed, large numbers of veterans stayed and some met and married local girls.

Maurice became a member of Norfolk County Cricket Club in 1987 after he and his wife, in retirement from teaching, had bought their holiday home near Fakenham.

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