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Copy of a letter from a gentleman at Cambridge

An electioneering handbill issued before the King’s Lynn election of 1767, unsigned.

  • Title: Copy of a letter from a gentleman at Cambridge to his friend at Lynn … dated April 23rd 1767 … Common justice and common sense will not suffer me to keep silence, after reading the favour you sent me; being a printed letter, To the worthy freemen of the town of King’s-Lynn …
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Books & Printed Texts

The Real Thing

I’m old-fashioned enough to really like the feel of an actual, physical, paper-produced book.

I know that the eBook is the way forward, and that it’s the easiest and fastest way to get to read. 256 more words




A birder looks out across the marsh, hopeful of a glimpse of one of the many birds that call this home….


Sky, Land & Sea


I stood on the man made mound on the edge of Terrington marsh and marvelled at the expanse of the landscape that stood before me. It had taken a couple of hours walking to reach this point, but it had certainly been worth the effort. 59 more words


Countdown to Transformations Week 2/5

Supported with public funding by Arts Council England

and assisted by Norfolk County Council

As part of an attempt to document this whole process I have decided to post out on a weekly basis during the 5-week build up towards our exhibition in… 946 more words

Look! I've done a new thing!

It’s Here!

The Print and Electronic* versions of “Sittin’ on the Dock of King’ Lynn” are now available!

Part travelogue, part personal history, part random thoughts, this is the story of a place, a person, and a journey. 280 more words


Sunday's Sporting Successes

After a superb Sunday lunch at my aunt’s place (parents away) I returned to catch up with the cricket, and got the last rites of the match as India’s response to a 338 run deficit on first innings was to be all out 94, demonstrating all the backbone of a jellyfish. 197 more words