If they are not already making a film about the discovery of HMS Gloucester, someone needs to get on that. Right now! Dubbed 'Norfolk’s Mary Rose', the ship hit a sandbank and sank off the coast of Great Yarmouth in 1682. There it lay, undisturbed, for more than 300 years… Until 2007 when two Norfolk… Continue reading The Last Voyage of the HMS Gloucester Exhibition at Norwich Castle Museum.
Taking my favourite person to my favourite place (Haworth, Yorkshire).
When we were first getting to know one another, I told Mark my favourite film, the one I absolutely loved and watched repeatedly, was Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. He’d never seen it. Years later, it happened to be on television and I was excited to finally watch it together. He did not like it. At… Continue reading Taking my favourite person to my favourite place (Haworth, Yorkshire).
My Weekend Photo – Featuring Norwich At Sunset.
Sorry for the lack of posts this week but I have exciting news; I have a new job! I'm going to be working part time for philosophy professor (and Extinction Rebellion spokesperson) Rupert Read at the University of East Anglia as his researcher until the end of July. It's a little bit different from what… Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring Norwich At Sunset.
My Weekend Photo – Featuring Love Light Norwich.
It's Norwich Cathedral as we've never seen it before. As part of the city's first Love Light Festival this well-known landmark was transformed (inside and out). It's not just about pretty lights but also about "bringing people together". It certainly did that on Friday night. Sadly, Storm Dennis really was a menace yesterday and caused the… Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring Love Light Norwich.