RICHARD BIRD

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  • Outdoor Festival

    Outdoor Festival

    3rd June 2014

    The Countryside events weekend at Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, called ‘Deepdale Outdoor & Wildlife Festival’ was in itself spectacular, despite poor weather conditions, heavy showers between sunny interludes; as many as 3000 visitors attended the weekend.

  • WNJYO rock in Hunstanton!

    WNJYO rock in Hunstanton!

    2nd June 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    St Edmund’s Church Hunstanton was the venue on Saturday (31st May) evening for one of the most exciting, and free, concerts in the Hunstanton and District Festival of Arts 2014 calendar.

  • Jaguar XJS

    Jaguar XJS

    1st June 2014

    Last month the car tested was about pure grunt, muscle and power. From one extreme to another, this month’s car is about refinement, comfort, leisure and ease of driving.

  • June 2014

    Councillor Notes June 2014

    Richard Bird

  • June 2013

    Councillor Notes June 2013

    Richard Bird

     

  • Hunstanton: Traffic chaos "acting like thrombosis"

    Hunstanton: Traffic chaos "acting like thrombosis"

    19th June 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    TRAFFIC chaos on the A149 has been described as acting like a "thrombosis on the financial lifeline for Hunstanton" as the full impact of a £750,000 improvement scheme on the road takes hold.

  • Youngsters speak up in Hunny Festival

    Youngsters speak up in Hunny Festival

    20th June 2007 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    A TALK about beachcombing called The Good, the Bad and the Ugly took top prize at a junior public speaking contest.

  • Safer cycling routes review

    Safer cycling routes review

    20th June 2007 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    SAFER cycling routes in Hunstanton could move a cog closer this summer.

  • Seaside peril at Hunstanton

    Seaside peril at Hunstanton

    15th June 2007 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    SWIMMERS in Hunstanton have been told to enter the sea at their peril amid concerns that poor standards in water quality could lead to stomach bugs and other illnesses.

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