PUBLISHED: 16:00 21 April 2019 | UPDATED: 16:00 21 April 2019 Sabrina Johnson Norwich Cathedral, (c) copyright newzulu.com A Norwich landmark has played a starring role in a new TV-series aiming to reveal the secrets of Britain’s mysterious past and its obsession with witches and demons. Anthropologist Mary-Ann Ochota visiting Norwich Cathedral with archaeologist Matthew Champion. Picture: Smithsonian ChannelEvery-year thousands of people visit Norwich Cathedral to pause for thought, wander by the building's sheer size and take in its history.But not many of those visitors will know that the among the decorative bosses and marks left by former novice monks is an inscription designed to bring a curse upon an old Norwich family.Until now, as a new TV series presented by Clive Anderson and anthropologist Mary-Ann Ochota has revealed the less obvious and slightly sinister etchings on the Cathedral's walls.Visiting the Cathedral with archaeologist Matthew … [Read more...] about Norwich Cathedral features in new TV show uncovering Britain’s mysterious past
PUBLISHED: 18:33 21 April 2019 | UPDATED: 21:02 21 April 2019 Will Jefford David Jenkins pictured alongside his grandaughter, Ella-rose. Picture: SAMI WESTON Archant The family of missing grandfather David Jenkins, from Melton, have made a plea for him to come home, four days after he disappeared. David Jenkins has been missing since Thursday when he failed to turn up to work Picture: SUFFOLK CONSTABULARY“I'm in pieces. I just want him to know we are all really concerned,” said Sami Weston last night as the search for her missing step-father continued.“He's a very friendly guy and loves the bones of his family, especially the grandchildren.”Mr Jenkins, 62, was reported missing after failing to arrive at work on Thursday, April 18, leaving his car on the driveway of his Melton home.The family are growing increasingly concerned about Mr Jenkins, and are particularly worried because he suffers from a serious heart condition and is … [Read more...] about Have you seen missing David Jenkins?
PUBLISHED: 23:12 21 April 2019 | UPDATED: 23:12 21 April 2019 Emily Prince A motorcyclist has been killed in a crash on the A1075 at Wretham. Picture Google. Archant A motorcyclist involved in a crash in Wretham has died. Emergency services were called at 7.30pm on Saturday, April 20, to reports that a Suzuki GSXR motorbike which was travelling from Watton on the A1075 towards Thetford was involved in crash with a chevron sign close to the junction with Church Road. Police have confirmed that the man, who was found in nearby woodland, was pronounced dead at the scene.Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the accident, the motorcycle's manner of driving immediately prior to the collision, or has any dash cam footage of the incident.Witnesses should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit at OCC Wymondham or PC James Lister at Swaffham Roads and Armed Policing Team on 101.The A1075 has been the scene of a number of deaths in … [Read more...] about Motorcyclist killed in crash in Wretham
PUBLISHED: 19:59 21 April 2019 | UPDATED: 19:59 21 April 2019 Will Jefford Baylham Rare Breeds Farm celebrating Easter. Picture: RACHEL EDGE Rachel Edge Families use the warm weather and long Easter weekend to introduce their youngsters to new cuddly friends at a Rare Breeds farm in Baylham. Baylham Rare Breeds Farm celebrating Easter. Picture: RACHEL EDGEThe event has taken place during the bank holiday weekend at Baylham House Farm, which children were given the opportunity to get up close and personal with farm yard animals. The main attraction at the event were newborn lambs which could be petted but there were also pigs, goats, bunnies, ponies and donkeys which could all be groomed and cuddled.As well as the live attractions, an array of other activities were on offer including a grand Baylham BBQ, face painting, an Easter treasure hunt and the opportunity to build your own den. Any children dressed in an special Easter costumed gained free entry … [Read more...] about Children cuddle lambs at rare breeds Easter event in Baylham
Published April 21, 2019 Small Business Motley Fool Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Former steel mill now helps small businesses grow quickly Factory Managing Partner Richard Thompson discusses how You spent weeks searching for the right candidate for an open job at your company, and after numerous resume reviews, interviews, and negotiations, you finalized a job offer and got that new hire on board. But what if you realize early on that the candidate you thought was perfect for the role at hand isn't actually doing such a great job? Should you fire that person right away, or stick things out to avoid having to repeat the interview process all over again? Continue Reading Below Cut your losses or stick things out? Most U.S. workers are employed on an at-will basis, which means that you, as an employer, have a right to terminate anyone at any time and for any reason, provided it's not discriminatory in nature. For the purpose of this … [Read more...] about How long should you wait to fire an employee who doesn’t seem up to the job?