Saturday 8th December 2018 – Christmas Lunch, Seal Rescue, Parish Council Meeting and Picking the Beach

Wednesday 12th December 2018 – Bits & Pieces and What's On

The past few days have been filled with doing bits and pieces. For starters, we have been back on the beach litter picking. Monday afternoon there was a particularly cold northerly so we concentrated our efforts behind the revetments which provided some protection from the wind. The wind scoured the west beach of sand so on Tuesday afternoon we only walked a short distance, returning to stroll along the promenade. We met with a Cromer resident on Tuesday morning who had phoned Seal & Shore Watch when she spotted Twist, the seal on the beach. She is very interested in the work of the organisation and has now joined the growing number of Shore Watchers between Mundesley and the West Runton. Going back to Monday, I cooked a Dundee cake for Christmas and on Tuesday a Beef Goulash, now in the freezer ready for family visiting between Christmas and New Year. I found time on Wednesday morning to write our Christmas cards and then in the afternoon, these went in the post, while most of the others were popped through letter boxes. Just a few more to deliver and then I can cross this off my ‘to do’ list.

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