READER LETTER: ‘It has been a wonderful and busy year as chairman’
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May 30 was my last day as chairman of north Norfolk, when I become unfrocked.
It has been a huge privilege to serve the people of our marvellous county which my partner Ros, and I have tried every trick to promote. From Buckingham Palace last June to the past three weeks it has been an unrelenting tour of all that is good.
My fellow 'chains' from King's Lynn through to Yarmouth including Broadland, Breckland, South Norfolk and all our local mayors work incessantly for the common good of Norfolk and I am extremely proud of them.
My last reception was at the Mo Museum at Sheringham which is a must do for all families, a super evening, followed by four events on Cromer Pier.
National Blue flag Day was one to be particularly proud of with our six awards.
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Of course we held the Antique Road Show where I must say a big thank you for our hard working team from North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) who lifted, shifted, painted and repaired until late the previous evening.
Then to the opening night of Sister Act, the best production for years at the pier theatre and my last official function.
- 1 £20,000 recording studio set to open in market town bank vault
- 2 Gelato and chocolate shop to open two new Norfolk stores
- 3 Prince Philip's humorous Norfolk care home visit remembered
- 4 The Original Factory Shop set to open in Cromer
- 5 Couple put up for sale £1.1m barn they saved from demolition
- 6 Prince Philip memorial erected in town park just a day after his death
- 7 Council puts former public toilets on seafront up for rent
- 8 Tribute to loving and kind war veteran who opened school in Norfolk
- 9 Council claws back affordable homes after costly blunder
- 10 Election 2021: Norfolk County Council candidates published
It has been a wonderful, very busy year and I feel so proud to be a north Norfolk man.
Who would live elsewhere?
Ex chairman NNDC