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North Norfolk Radio is teaming up with local charity BREAK for their 2006 BREAK 'N' EGG Easter appeal.  This year North Norfolk Radio are asking everyone to buy an extra Easter egg and drop it into one of BREAK's local shops in Cromer, Holt, Aylsham, North Walsham or Sheringham, or their offices at Breck Farm, Stody Estate.   Just before Easter, the North Norfolk Radio team will visit the children and adults at BREAK in their 'Eggmobile' to drop off a big pile of Easter fun.  The appeal directly supports local people with special care needs - disabled people who come to BREAK for their holidays at Easter, those adults with learning disabilities who come along to their day care services, the families staying within their assessment unit and the children live in the charity's children's homes.

Alan Chapman, Fundraising Manager for BREAK said,  "We were delighted to be chosen by North Norfolk Radio to be the beneficiaries of this year's Easter Egg Appeal - BREAK 'N' EGG!  The people who use our services will be delighted to have a chocolate filled Easter!  "The nice thing about an appeal like this is that local people can give very little to make a big difference. For example, the children who live with us in our children's homes are unable to live within their own family units, so for them knowing someone is thinking about them is quite special - in fact these types of gestures touch us all at BREAK and make us feel very humble."

North Norfolk Radio Presenter, Craig Burchell said, "We want to collect a massive pile of Easter Eggs to take along - and that is where we need your help.  All you have to do is spend a couple of extra pounds and throw another egg in the trolley next time you are at the supermarket.  "We're delighted to be helping make a difference to a local charity that does so much for so many people within the North Norfolk area." 

If you are unable to go along to one of the BREAK shop, or North Norfolk Radio, then contact the station as they might be able to along and collect the eggs from your workplace. Call Craig on 01263 860808 for more details.

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Spelling Mistakes - Winner - Jack Edwards

Page2  welcum - welcome
Page 3 pavments - pavements
Page 4 center - centre
Page 5 tennants - tenants
Page 6 miner - minor
Page 7 packageing - packaging
Page 8  aristokratic - aristocratic
Page 9 maintainance - maintenance
Page 10 appeel - appeal
Page 11 documentry - documentary

Easter Bunnies - Winner - Rose Butlin
Pages: front, 2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14 & back page

Kidz Quiz - Winner - Gail Force
Answer:  The letter L

Teen Scene - Winner - Helen Back
Answer:  Sunshine

It would help us if you would come to the office to claim your prize - that way you get to choose what you would like!  If you can't get here, please let us know on 01263 826005 the best time for us to call and drop it off.

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The Picnic Campaigners visited a playing field in Cromer and found two red poop bins and 'parcels' on the ground.  There is about 30 acres of green space and wondered who in their wisdom placed them where children play.

Making a new dog bylaw can be a slow and complicated prosess and for this reason will soon be introducing new powers from 6th April for councils known as Dog Control Orders.   These will allow councils to ban dogs from land, require that dogs are kept on leads and require that dog owners to clear up their dogs mess.  Dog bylaws can now be used to cover most types of land to which the public access.  Contact local council for creating dog free zones or email for further information or advice.
Lynn Jackson

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Friends of EA Air Ambulance Lottery Winners
3 March - Mrs Janet Lovick   10 March - Miss Hilary Souter
17 March - Mrs Marie Howard 24 March - Mrs Humphrey-Smith


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Don't forget, if you want to let us have some information or enter our competitions, Julie has kindly allowed us to have a box, permanently in the coffee shop, please drop them in to:
Julies Coffee & Snack Bar, The Courtyard

Articles, Competition Answers and Advertising is:
FRIDAY 21st April 2006
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Various pubs and shops around Sheringham, AND
Cromer Road Post Office - The Village Shop, Baconsthorpe - Regent Garage, Beeston Regis - West Runton Post Office, Pinewood Park Sherry'n'Ham, East Runton Post Office, Bodham Post Office, Midas Chippy Melton Constable, Sheringham Service Station, Roy Boys, Cost Cutter Weybourne, The Ship Inn, Weybourne, Hills Blakeney, The Hunnybell, Hunworth, The Feathers Holt, Cromer Council Offices, Roman Camp, Short Cut West Runton, Thurlow Nunn, Holt, The Factory Shop, Holt. Letheringsett Mill. East Runton Newsagent & Tearooms, Rutland Butchers, Melton Constable, Overstrand Garden Centre, General Stores Overstrand, Conservative Club Overstrand, Mace Beeston Regis, Dales Upper Sheringham, Kelling Heath Caravan Park, A-Z Ability Cromer, Red Lion Upper Sheringham,  Mary Janes Chip Shop, Cromer

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