Thursday, 18 January 2018

Photo Gallery: Neglected Cromer

There's been a bit of talk on social media lately about the part of Cromer I live in, Suffield Park. There are many, myself included, who feel that this area is largely ignored by the local and district council in favour of Cromer town centre, mainly because the town centre attracts a lot of tourists, while the Suffield Park area doesn't.

Because of this I've decided to document what I see every day,  taking the route I normally use when I take my faithful friend Monty for his daily walk.
My journey began with a left turn out of my gate onto Lynewood Road, and immediately I saw damaged paths, some by tree roots, drains which are in danger of getting blocked because we never see a road sweeper around here, pot holes developing on the path and in the road.

Saturday, 30 December 2017

Illness, Injury & Almost Terminal Unemployment

So as I approached my final day of work for this year I began to realise something. Some of you will probably say it’s nothing special, but for yours truly it’s kind of a mini-mega event-type of thing.

Monday, 6 November 2017

It Would Have Been Nice To Have Been Noticed A Bit More.....

I’m going to take you back to the year 2004. Back then you could say that The Two Sheds Review was in it’s prime. My regular ramblings on the professional wrestling world were seen on over twenty websites and read by approximately half a million people per month. (I did the research and added up the figures.)

Sunday, 15 October 2017

James Watt: Running Man now complete and online!

Years before it became a world-wide hit, "The Running Man" was a struggling television show, when it's host Damon Killian came up with a way of boosting his flagging ratings.

The complete Anglo-Force story "James Watt: Running Man" is now available online, and you can read the chapters by clicking on the links below: