Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Parliament Square 24 March

I worked behind the scenes on a British Tourism week event in Parliament Square. Ian Russell and Janet Sharp from Wroxham Barns delivered a Wroxham Barns tea to their constituency MP, Norman Lamb.

Wymondham Station 24 March

Tuesday 24 March was the 21st anniversary of David Turner taking on the lease of Wymondham Station I joined more than 100 people at a special reception at which Michael Timewell, Chairman Norfolk Tourism, and Councillor Margaret Dewsbury, Chairman South Norfolk Council presented David with a plaque to mark 21 years service to tourism in Norfolk.

CoastHopper Bus 23 March

On Monday I was at County Hall for a Norfolk Tourism photo session in advance of O.S. Outdoors Show at NEC Birmingham (27 to 29 March). The photo shows a canoe being 'loaded' onto a new CoastHopper bus

Friday, 13 March 2009

Sunset at Snettisham

Earlier this week I looked after three journalists visiting some of Norfolk's
most important bird watching locations - part of my role working for
Norfolk Tourism

We witnessed the RSPB Snettisham wader spectacular - thousands of waders roosting in a lagoon close to The Wash, pushed there by the high tide. It was a truly memorable experience and we were lucky to be treated to a wonderful sunset over The Wash.

We also explored The Wildfowl and Wetland Trust's Welney Nature Reserve, a magical location on the Ouse Washes and Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, the current home of BBC Springwatch. The landrover Wensum Discovery Tour was superb and is the best way to get behind the scenes of these beautiful reserve

Thursday, 5 March 2009

My Tenth Anniversary

I have been working as a freelance PR consultant and writer for 10 years. So to mark the anniversary I am finally going to start blogging and write updates about my working life and other interests.

This blog is in addition to which is about Miracle in Kigali, the book that I helped Illuminee Nganemariya write about her survival during the Rwandan Genocide and subsequent life in Norwich, UK.