A North Norfolk Road during the ‘big freeze’. For many people of my generation, 1962 will be memorable for the ‘big freeze’; however, it was quite a trying year in other ways. I was still at school in 1962 and can remember the anxiety caused by the Cuban Missile Crisis that brought the USSR and the US to the brink of nuclear war. In October, that political crisis was resolved to everyone’s relief, only to be followed by the severe…
Instromet Weather Systems Ltd is a long-established supplier of British made, quality weather monitoring and weather activation equipment now based in North Norfolk. Originally formed in Broadstairs, Kent in the mid-nineteen eighties as R & D Electronics (then R & D Instromet), the business was founded by a husband and wife team with the weather stations being developed in their home-based workshop. The business expanded with the help of part-time staff, a move into industrial weather activation equipment such as…
A video featuring a talk by the accomplished commercial photographer Julian Calverley. He reveals some of the tricks of the trade used in his commercial work and then talks about his passion for landscape photography.
After persevering with digital photography for a few years I have gone back to the world of film photography.
If you are having to furnish or equip a holiday home in Cromer, Sheringham, Blakeney or another of North Norfolk’s lovely towns or villages, why not put your philanthropy hat on and go online to a fair trade website to source your products. One such that retails fair trade homeware and gifts is called Nkuku. The lifestyle and home products are unique and are produced in an eco friendly way by artisans based in India. The artisans, using skills passed…
Get out and walk in North Norfolk. Christmas provides a welcome break when you can get down to the coast and blow the cobwebs away.
A guide on how to make a successful application to become a freelance writer for Purecontent Media Ltd.
Metro telling us something we already knew: Norfolk is the best county in which to live.
Is Google too big for its boots? Is what it does for the benefit of all internet users or is it sometimes self-serving?
Black Shuck is a mythical black hound that is said to roam the coastline of North Norfolk. It is reported to be as large as a pony. The animal is alleged to have burning coals for eyes. It is said that If you are unlucky enough to come across him and you meet his gaze you are not long for this world.