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25th October 2016
Merry Christmas, it's not to soon is it?
Feeling Festive at the St James Multi-Story Car Park
Posted by Simon Rowe at 12:43pm
24th October 2016
Three in every four people you see are concealing a criminal past.
It seems a large proportion of West Norfolk commit micro crimes, some of them surprisingly more damaging than you might think. How many of the following have you done?
- Taken a 5p carrier bag at a self-service till without paying
- Downloaded a movie or streamed a song without paying
- Paid cash in hand knowing the other person won’t pay VAT
- Lied about your age to gain admission
- Asked for take-away then eaten in
Be honest how many have you done?
Posted by Simon Rowe at 2:11pm
21st October 2016
With thanks to Your Local Paper, Morris and Kevin here are the pictures from the night.
Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:55am
19th October 2016
My dressing room door at the Corn Exchange last night
As you will of heard by now the producers of Britain’s Got Talent came to King's Lynn last night to see around 30 performers at the Alive Corn Exchange all hoping to impress and move on to the next stage of the TV competition and who knows maybe even a step closer to being the 11th winner of the show. Below you can hear who caught the judge’s eye, but I've listed just a few of most memorable for me.
Isobel and Abigale Peters, the sisters who performed amazing solos, Angela and her Hedgehogs, Focus and their dance troupe including the amazing Byron, Harry the boxer come rugby and football player who also sang a mean Bruno Mars song, the smartest fella on stage Clarke McCarty from Downham and Jordan who when he's not singing and wowing crowds with his very first note stares at the stars pondering life on other planets and Astro Physics.
But what did Simon Cowell’s people think?
Posted by Simon Rowe at 11:35am
18th October 2016
Will West Norfolk provide the talent that the show's producers are looking for tonight?
Maybe Cameron Quin will make an impression?
Perhaps Isobel will shine?
Or maybe the girls from Alison's Street Dance can move them?
Performances start at the Alive Corn Exchange at 7pm and doors open around 6:30pm. It's free to watch and entry is first come, first served. All performers have been chosen as the closing date to perform was yesterday at 12pm.
Alive Corn Exchange Manager Phillip Bayford has more..
Come along and enjoy a great night, I'll be hosting and also hoping to grab a selfie or two.
Posted by Simon Rowe at 9:07am