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‘Sat nav’ gadget can help those with sight problems Norfolk’s blind and visually impaired people have been trying out a new type of “sat nav” device thanks to an association’s new equipment centre. The hi-tech piece of equipment has been specially designed to help people with limited or no sight to navigate their way around streets. The talking device can tell people where they are at the touch of a button, as well as automatically announcing street names, intersections, businesses and landmarks and has different modes for on foot or on a bus. This week the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB) was able to invite its members to come and try out the new Trekker Breeze at an exhibition in its purposebuilt Bradbury Centre, in Beckham Place, Norwich, which was opened by the Queen last year. Dorothy Bowen, the equipment and information centre manager for the NNAB, said: “Our role is to ensure that visually impaired people in Norfolk have access to up-to-date equipment, and to be able to get companies to come here and show them what they can do is really, really important. “It gives people choice, otherwise the only alternative for many is to go to the Sight Villages in Birmingham or London.” Chris Maule-Oatway, an

Pupils save energy Energy-saving students at Wymondham College have helped their school pocket £12,500. Youngsters were challenged to take part in The Big Switch Week in January which encourages people to reduce their energy consumption by turning off all unnecessary equipment and appliances. Overall, the college achieved a 23pc reduction energy use, with electricity consumption down by 9pc and gas consumption down by 31pc. It also achieved a long-term saving of 12.5pc. The cost of the saving was equal to £10,700, which in return was rewarded by Norfolk County Council which gave the college £12,500. The students also won £1,250 to be spent on an award for the whole school.

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Helping hand: Chris MauleOatway with his Trekker Breeze. PHOTO: ADRIAN JUDD

equipment centre adviser for the NNAB, has had his Trekker Breeze for two years, and says it has helped him enormously, particularly because he can programme places into it that he regularly visits. Also many normally-produced satellite navigation devices use touch screens, which he is unable to use as he needs tactile buttons. The 61-year-old, from south Norwich, said: “I find it useful to tell me first of all where I am and then the names of the roads I’m passing. I’ve learnt about roads I never knew existed or didn’t know their names. “The one aspect I didn’t

appreciate until I started using it was how helpful it has been when on the bus. “I don’t have to concentrate on things like the movement of the bus to know where I am any more and it makes bus rides a much more relaxing experience.”

The Mashinga Trust is holding a charity bike ride between Norwich and Aylsham next month in aid of vulnerable children in Zimbabwe. On Saturday, July 9, the 20-mile cycle ride will go from Greenfields Community Centre on Ives Road, Norwich, to Aylsham, and then back again. The ride is being held between 9.30am and 3.30pm, costing £5, or £10 to hire a bike if you do not have one. All the money raised will go towards paying the school fees for vulnerable children in Zimbabwe, with further donations being accepted on the day. Email or visit for more information.

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Hop on the steam Holocaust survivor train to help charity talks to students People have been urged to support a charity that helps bereaved children in Norfolk by taking a ride on a steam train. The Wroxham and Hoveton Lions Club, in conjunction with the North Norfolk Railway, is organising a special steamhauled Charity Train, on Saturday, July 2, to raise funds on behalf of Nelson’s Journey. The train will depart Sheringham at 6.30pm for Holt where the locomotive will “run round” and then return to Weybourne where a “Shadows” tribute group will entertain, the train arriving back at Sheringham by 9pm. Cheese and wine will be served during the journey and a Mega Raffle will be held at Weybourne.

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Students at Langley School, near Loddon, learnt more about the Holocaust at a special event. Fifty Year 8 students and several teachers heard a testimony from Holocaust survivor Joanna Millan as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust. The talk was followed by a question and answer session. English teacher Ms Corser said: “It was a privilege for us to welcome Joanna Millan to our school and her testimony will remain a powerful reminder of the horrors so many experienced. I think that one of the most powerful things that she said was that her revenge was living her life well. “We can all learn something from that. I hope that by hearing her testimony, our students learn from the lessons of the Holocaust and make a positive difference.”

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Norwich South MP Simon Wright, pictured, has welcomed the extension of funding for a scheme that has helped Second World War veterans, and their nearest and dearest make trips connected to their war service. The Big Lottery Fund has announced an additional £1m of funding for the Heroes Return 2 scheme. Mr Wright said: “It’s great that veterans and their families from Norwich and Norfolk now have more time to apply for funds to take these trips.”

An appeal for funds An appeal has gone out to raise funds to make the north Norfolk Pretty Corner beauty spot even prettier. Improvements to paths, and additional trails and information boards are planned at the woodland area near Sheringham. But the Woodland Trust is appealing for support to reach the final £20,000 to carry out the work, having already put £156,000 towards the project. The trust has been working with North Norfolk District Council and Sheringham Town Council. ➔ To find out how to contribute to the Pretty Corner appeal visit www.

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I’ve really created a buzz about my farm More than a thousand people are expected to visit a farm on the edge of Norwich to admire the wildlife over the coming weeks. They will not be looking for birds or even butterflies but the humble bee. Award-winning farmer Chris Skinner has been planting acres of special flowering plants to encourage bees. And numbers of the 15 species of bumblebees found on the family’s farm are increasing year on year. Even after last winter’s harsh winter, he has record numbers of bees foraging in his flower-rich fields. Mr Skinner, of High Ash Farm, Caistor St Edmund, who was runner-up in last year’s Norfolk Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group’s conservation competition, started planting specially-selected British native species in a “pollen and nectar” mix. “Each year the numbers are building up, because I’ve got more and more bumblebees of each species hibernating over the winter months. Even after the coldest winter last year, I’ve got record numbers,” said Mr Skinner, who farms about 500

The place to bee: Farmer Chris Skinner, of Caistor St Edmund, who has planted acres of plants to attract bees. PHOTO: AdRIAN Judd

acres including 80 acres of woodland. The key to success is planting a rich mix of species to last for as long as possible with a succession of flowering plants. He has even put up some nest boxes for solitary bees, the socalled mason bees. “They collect mud alongside my swallows and house martins. It is amazing to watch them because they’ll come back and fill in holes in the walls with mud,” said Mr Skinner. “It got boring growing 10 tonnes per hectare of wheat – it

is really exciting to have wildlife back,” he added. The bee walk, which takes about an hour and a half, starts from the car park of the Roman Town, with signs about every 200 metres. There are also five miles of permissive paths on the arable farm.

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Backbencher voices concern about council leadership The leader of South Norfolk Council insisted that there were no communication problems within his Conservative group, despite criticism from a backbench colleague. Tory councillor Jon Herbert accused the district council’s leadership of not listening to fellow members and a lack of communication following a postelection shake-up of committee memberships and responsibilities. In an email sent to all members of the local authority, the Mulbarton councillor said he felt that backbench Conservatives were being ignored by leaders. “It seems to me that our communication is far from businesslike and efficient. Cabinet members have no direction/oneto-ones to ascertain progress against objectives; they find out from staff or email that they no longer have a portfolio; chairs and vice chairs find out by email late on Saturday night that they have lost their chairmanships. This can not be right. Backbenchers need to be listened to,” he said. John Fuller, leader of South Norfolk Council, said the authority’s 38 Conservative councillors were regularly updated by email and it was difficult to please all members. Mr Herbert declined to comment.


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National Grid in £50m revamp of power lines We drive, cycle, walk or run past them every single day, but have you ever given the many miles of power lines stretching across our landscape much thought? As the National Grid works to upgrade a major 52-mile, highvoltage line running from Norwich to Walpole, near Wisbech, passersby may be a little surprised to see the scale of the work involved. National Grid began an eightmonth £50m upgrade and refurbishment of the 50-year-old line in April and it is creating a series of spectacles across the county. With Meccano-style scaffolding scaling pylons, netting swooping above Norfolk’s roads and panels being laid across farmland to take the weight of 20-ton winching machines, it could make people pay the power lines a little more attention than usual. As part of the improvements, engineers will replace all wires – known as conductors – as well as the fittings, and will carry out strengthening work on some of the 224 pylons which carry the wires across the county. Sara Wilcox, National Grid spokesman, said the work was needed to maintain a reliable energy supply in the future. She said: “The pylons and the wires were built in the 1960s, so they are reaching the end of their lives now and need to be replaced. “At the same time we need to increase the capacity of the line – in other words how much power it can carry. Each pylon has a series of arms and two wires hanging from each arm. We’re going to put

another wire on each one.” In total, 56,000 new insulators will be fitted on the end of each arm of a pylon and 9,000 new line spacers which stop the wires touching will also be installed. The upgrade is being carried out by 100 engineers. Project manager Simon Chandler said it took a year of planning before National Grid was ready to begin the work. Engineers had to identify every point where the line passed over a road, river, footpath, power network line and any other potential hazard. They then had to work out whether they could carry out the work safely using scaffolding which allows engineers to work above rivers and roads without the need to close public rights of way. The workers are in the process of moving down one side of each of the 224 pylons from Walpole to Norwich. Once they reach the city they will turn around and head back, replacing wires and fittings on the other side. Engineers work in sections of between eight and 15 pylons – or towers – and use 20 ton winching machines to pull the wires into place. The upgrade is set to continue until the end of the year.

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Backers of the Norfolk Community Foundation were praised for their passion and love of the county at a donor celebration last night – and urged to continue to give in the future. The foundation has given more than £1.5m to local community groups and projects since it was started six years ago. The organisation, which awards grants from money given by businesses and individuals in donations and wills, held an event at the Sainsbury Centre at the UEA to thank donors, supporters, patrons and community partners. The main speaker at the event, which was sponsored by Barclays Wealth, was the Rt Rev Graham James, Bishop of Norwich, who thanked those who have supported Norfolk community groups through the foundation in the past year. He said: “You have been part of an amazing achievement. It’s astonishing to think that we have distributed millions of pounds of additional money to local charities in Norfolk. “Norfolk is associated in many people’s minds with all that is traditional, and of being proud of not changing with the times, but we are one of the most successful community foundations in the country. Norfolk has led the way.” The Norfolk Community Foundation is part of a worldwide charitable network, and aims to build a stronger community in Norfolk by making it easier for individuals and companies wishing to support community projects in their area by managing charitable funds set up on their behalf.

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