To Celebrate the 700 years of the Freemen of Norwich, the tradition of the "Great Feast" was re introduced this year. Chair Nigel Back opened the proceedings and welcomed the Freemen and their guests. One family of Freemen came all the way from the USA to take part. It was an event full of pomp, ceremony and tradition.
One of the bigger projects that I have been working on recently is the Marketing for the Keep Giving campaign. People can now adopt artefacts from the Castle Museum and receive (amongst other things) a shiny certificate. It's been a real privilege to work with the knowledgable, friendly and amazing people at the Norfolk Museums Service. Snap was adopted as the phone lines opened and many other curios are being adopted as we speak. If you want to take a look at my hard work or even adopt an object yourself the link is here.
If you want to know more about the keep restoration project (The Gateway to Medieval England), details can be found here. Promotional video is here.
With camera in hand I made my way to the Time and Tide museum at Great Yarmouth where Coleman Opticians were planning a big reveal of their County Hare "Haremit". It was a grand event, wonderful weather, some great speeches by the Coleman Team, Break as well as the Time and Tide people. Keep an eye out for the GoGoHares, on the streets 2018 to celebrate 50 years of Break Charity.
I was lucky enough to bump into Angela Sykes at the Diss Corn Hall recently and had a tour around the new renovations. It's a fabulous space and I was very impressed. I managed to help them out on their Jazz night and the Chris Ingham Trio, Chris Ingham (piano), George Double (drums) and Owen Morgan (double bass) were amazing. Jazz and soul maestro Snake Davis lead the trio on this evening and he was a complete gentleman, very gracious with the technical issues that I was battling with, as were the band. A wonderful evening with wonderful people. Thank you all. https://www.thecornhall.co.uk/
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