What a FABULOUS NIGHT!!! Just home! WOW!!! Massive thanks to Sarah Barber, Cara Holt and all those that helped to get the hall ready this evening. I really don't know how they achieved this after a busy day at work! So kind of Scott Ablett to present Sarah and Cara with flowers, how lovely! So fabulous to let our hair down and dance and drink the night away with all our lovely colleagues and so nice to see so many who are on maternity leave too! Emily Mathers and Kim Moyes xx. Cracking DJ and fab food, what more could you ask for to celebrate the end of the year!! WE KNOW HOW TO PARTY!!! I have had far too much brandy and babycham!!!
Since I have arrived home, I feel more tidly than I did at the party!!!! I have been drinking water in a vain attempt to dilute the alchohol, but it doesn't seem to be working!!! HELP!!!!
PICTURES AND VIDEOS TO FOLLOW.......
"Edward Thorp, known as ‘Chib’, an undertaker from Leigh-on-Sea, spent his weekends throughout the year visiting the rural railway lines in East Anglia with wife Edna and their dog Micky. Chib always took along his 8mm camera, a good supply of Kodachrome film, and a tape recorder, to document their trips. Chib would edit the film himself at home, have a magnetic stripe added to the film, and on his Kodak projector, which had a recording facility, he would record a commentary.
The train journey starts outside King's Lynn station, passing
through the first station North Wootton, then to the lovely Wolferton -
the station that once served the Sandringham Estate, stopping at
Dersingham then Snettisham Station and Heacham, before hitting
Hunstanton, the end of the line. Presumably the film's title "Future
Uncertain" refers to the spate of line and station closures and
therefore withdrawal of passenger services by British Rail following the