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Sheringham Community Paper Cook's Corner

Your fortnightly recipe to
tantalise your taste buds
With Mother's Day fast approaching we thought it would be a good idea to give some recipes which young children can make, but please remember to get adult supervision.

Chocolate Marzipan
225g(8oz) Marzipan
225g (8oz) milk or plain chocolate

Decoration: Walnuts, Almonds, Hazelnuts or Coconut.

Roll out and cut the marzipan into squares and rounds, using icing sugar for dusting. Form balls from the cuttings. Leave to dry for 12 hours on waxed paper.

Melt the chocolate in a bowl over low heat, using a fork, dip each marzipan piece into chocolate, then drain slightly, and then place onto waxed paper. Before the chocolate sets, top or roll the sweets with nuts of your choice. Leave to set.

Marshmallow Crisps
285g (10 oz) cooking chocolate
15 Marshmallows
115g (4 oz) rice crispies

Melt chocolate in a bowl over hot water. Drop a few marshmallows into the chocolate. Carefully cover the marshmallows with the chocolate, using a fork. Then lift to remove excess chocolate and drop into the rice crispies. Immediately roll to cover the chocolate. Leave in the bowl for two minutes before transferring onto a tray to set.

RADAR KEYS FOR NORTH NORFOLK'S 'DISABLED' TOILETS

North Norfolk's disabled residents and visitors will be comforted to learn that they will soon have day- and- night access to more than 30 secure and special toilets across the District.  North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) is about to introduce the RADAR National Key Scheme, which was set up by the Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation to give disabled people and their carers independent access to locked public toilets. By the end of February all 33 of the Council's adapted toilets will be fitted with RADAR locks.  Disabled members of the public who wish to join the scheme will be given a key for just three pounds-and they will then have 24-hour-a -day access, not only to North Norfolk's toilets, but also to some 4000 locked public toilets elsewhere in the country.
Work to install the special RADAR locks in North Norfolk will start next month and be phased over a period of three or four weeks. Toilets in the east (Potter Heigham to Mundesley) will be fitted first, then those in the central area (Cromer to Holt) and finally, those in the west of the District (Wells -next- the -Sea). Disabled people and/or their carers may buy their RADAR keys now.  The launch of the National Key Scheme in North Norfolk, which is part funded by the Home Office and the North Norfolk Crime Reduction Partnership, is part of our overall plan to improve public toilet facilities right across the District,' said Ricky Wright, the Council's Contracts Services Inspector. This one-key-fits-all scheme means that disabled people will be able to access clean and secure toilets at any time of the day and night'.  RADAR keys may be bought at NNDC;s offices in Holt Road, Cromer: Oak Street, Fakenham : and New Street, North Walsham. They are also available from the Tourist Information Centres in Cromer, Holt, Sheringham and Wells-next-the-Sea. For more information about the RADAR National Key Scheme, please call NNDC's Contracts Division on 01263 516189.   Email: cleansing @ north-norfolk.gov.uk
Sheringham Community Paper
READERS LETTER
Dear Sir/Madam, Kia Ora from New Zealand.
For my wife's Cogman family tree I am looking for the descendants of Emma Maria Cogman & William Price.

In 1901 they were living at Sheringham & had at least one child, William. Any information you could put my way in finding any of their descendants that may still live at Sheringham would be most appreciated.

Emma Maria Cogman was christened on 24 September 1869 at Caistor St. Edmund, Norfolk, England, the daughter of William Cogman & Emma Amelia Cannell. Emma married William Price in January-March 1888. William was born in about 1855 at Worcester, Worcestershire, England.

Notes: On 2 April 1871, Emma aged 1 was living with her mother at 3 Front Row, St. Mark’s, Norwich. On 3 April 1881, Emma aged 12 was a Scholar living at 47 Hall Road, Lakenham, Norwich with her mother, Emma. On 31 March 1901, Emma aged 31 was living at Sheringham, Norfolk with her husband William aged 45, retired from the Army & their child; William aged 4.

She had a child: William Price was born in about 1894 at Sheringham, Norfolk, England, the son of Emma Maria Cogman & William George Price.

Notes: On 31 March 1901, William aged 4 was living with his parents at Sheringham, Norfolk.

Cheers, Drew Adamson, 35 Freyberg Terrace, Waipukurau, New Zealand. Phone: (06) 8588274
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