It cost £1 per wheel to enter, which was in aid of charity - the local scouts I think. This car park is used as overspill when the town gets parked up so there were cars there as well. Car drivers therefore had to pay £4, which is double
the normal rate. Cheers
£25 quid for a bottle of gooseberry wine! The details of this little saga, are of no particular relevance, suffice to say I needed some supplies from our local homebrew shop in Norwich Road. This mission to convert 9lb of gooseberries into wine could have turned out to be quite expensive. I won’t bother explaining the full details, but on my return to car-park two ‘officials’ were trying to decide where to attach a ‘penalty charge notice’ to my bike. I’d like to pass on what I’ve learnt from this experience to other members, so we can save the car parking officials a job and hopefully not end up with a £25 charge.
The SAM Observer August 2012
The August 2012 edition of "The SAM Observer"