It has been fun writing ‘fake news‘ for my blog, so if, like me, you enjoy satire, I recommend you take a look at The Suffolk Gazette. I quote from the site: “You couldn’t make it up. Suffolk is full of strange and wonderful stories, and while our tales are clearly intended as satire, they do get repeated by gullible mainstream media, including Sky News and national newspapers. Join our vibrant Facebook page for updates and ensuing hilarity whenever someone…
North Norfolk Mountain Rescue Team celebrates the organisation’s sixth anniversary at the Rat and Ferret public house in Holt.
North Norfolk is steeped in folklore, local myths and legends, from Black Shuck to the laughter and calling of long-dead children sometimes heard echoing across Horsey Mere. However, some strange things have happened in the area that are said to be factual rather than fanciful. An example is the ‘Gresham Incident’ of which few people are aware. That is because it was only talked about late at night when the pub (now closed down) had a lock-in and a large…
A businessman based in North Norfolk is proposing to launch a cryptocurrency to pre-empt Facebook’s troubled Libra. To be called ‘Crabcoin’ the new internet currency is set to become available in January 2024. When contacted for details, the businessman, who wishes to remain anonymous until the launch, stated: “The new currency will be of great advantage to those that obtain large amounts of cash the source of which they don’t want to disclose. “All they will have to do is…
A Cromer fisherman has claimed he saw a giant crab when fishing on the 20th July this year.
Two women on WI outing arrested in London.
A Sheringham man has challenged the recent claim by scientists at the Cern Hadron Collider laboratory that they were the first to discover the so-called “God particle” – the Higgs boson
The North Norfolk MP, Mr. Norman Lamb, was described as a hero today when he single-handedly foiled an attempt to steal the Olympic Torch as it passed through Cromer.
Gordon Playford of Swanton Novers, the Norfolk country cottages millionaire, has scooped the main prize of £17 million pounds in the EuroMillions lottery.
Norwich man, Mr Alvin Finn, 55 yrs, is to launch a campaign to raise money for several Norfolk charities. He has set himself a target figure of £10,000s that he hopes to raise through sponsorship