Thursday, 18 February 2010

Wherry Wreck Revival, Windmill Weather Reaction and Respite Recess Worries

After 10 winters and £200,00 the 1898 wherry trader Albion, originally rescued in 1949, is finally fully refurbished.

The 60ft boat is owned by Norfolk Wherry Trust and can be chartered from their base in Ludham on The Broads near Great Yarmouth. 

Reports today of a weather phenomenon around offshore turbines which drive warmer air at sea level with cooler air above to produce misty clouds like these at Scroby Sands.

Friends of Chernobyl's Children place kids with disadvantaged backgrounds from contaminated Chernobyl with families throughout the UK for a month of R&R with a little home grown TLC.

The Diss branch is warning that the £500 needed for transport and visas per child is getting harder to find in these financially depressed times with charities vying for funds.

Charity may begin at home, but perhaps the FOCC could ask for a financial gesture from one or more of the East Anglian renewable power companies to restitute the repercussions from nuclear negligence.

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