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A new alliance has been forged from one family business to another. Brother and sister team Katie and Danny Searle from The Rumsey Wells have teamed up with the brotherly team of Cannon & Cannon (Joe & Sean) to deliver some of Norfolk and Suffolk’s Finest produce out of the Rumsey Kitchen. The Cannon & Cannon team (who are from Ingworth, near Aylsham) have been going for nearly a year now and are committed to engaging every man and his dog in the experience of 'eating local'. On offer will be three variations of ‘platters’ made up of award winning British charcuterie from Lane Farm, Brundish, and some delicious local cheeses including the famous Norfolk Binham Blue and Suffolk's best

kept secret  'Shipcord' cheese. Served with fiery chilli onions, ginger pickled pears, a wardorf salad and a homemade slaw, amongst other treats, these platters are groaning full of local artisan food treats. This is just beginning of a blossoming relationship too, with plans in the making for a full range of artisan bar snacks, including smoked venison sticks (amazing with ale), chilli venison bites and all manor of locally sourced treats to wash down a frothy pint of ale or two.


Goldfinches was opened one year ago by Julia Rigg, who has always had a passion from a young age for the undiscovered and beautiful garments and accessories of the vintage fashion world. Goldfinches’ beautiful little shop is located at No 4 St Gregory’s Alley, Norwich (opposite the Birdcage pub). Goldfinches aims to be your one stop shop for all of your vintage goodies. Julia says, “Our aim is to provide top quality vintage items for excellent prices. All of our items have been hand picked then have gone through a process of washing, steamed, altered in length and mended. This ensures a top quality product for all Goldfinches Customers. This year we intend to focus on our Men’s section (currently located upstairs), getting the website up and running whilst improving the shop with more stock and a wider variety. I would like to say a massive thank you to all my customers for all your support this year.” With 10% discount for students, and a wide range of women’s products including formal dresses from £26.00, day dresses, original hot-pants, t-shirts, skirts and jumpers from as little as £10, plus purses and handbags all of shapes and sizes of jewellery, Goldfinches will give you that vintage look you’ve been craving.


They are the boy-band who helped make classical music cool – and they are on their way to Norwich Theatre Royal for the first time. Blake will be performing some of their biggest hits on July 3. The group – which includes Norfolk born and bred Humphrey Berney – will also be joining forces with local young people in their show which will mix classical favourites with pop rhythms. Tickets are selling fast for Midnight Tango, a celebration of Latino passion and excitement which stars Vincent and Flavia from Strictly, and runs from July 4-9. Set in a late night downtown Buenos Aires bar, it takes the audience on a journey into the heart of the Argentinean city. Then there will be a rare opportunity to catch the classic musical Tell Me on a Sunday which runs from July 11-16. Popular actress Claire Sweeney stars in the new version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black show which includes the chart-topping favourite Take That Look off Your Face. Spot the stars of tomorrow when Dorothy and the Princess of Oz takes to the stage on July 27-30. The show is an unofficial sequel to The Wizard of Oz and will star over 200 students from the Norwich Theatre Royal Arts Course. This course has been training up actors and directors for many years and has gained international publicity thanks to former student Sam Claflin – who is one of the stars of the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

34 /July 2011/

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