Monthly Archives: August 2010

Day 14

It’s Bank Holiday Monday and after a bit of a dreary start, the sun comes out and all is well with the world. The public descend on us in droves with more than 330 visitors recorded as entering the marquee. … Continue reading

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Day 13

Determined to rise above the ignominy of being overshadowed by a massive goldfish on Saturday, the team set to work again in the hope of pushing back the frontiers of knowledge. We are now through much of the late Roman … Continue reading

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Day 12

It’s a sunny day and all is thus well with the world. We get a big spread in the EDP, taking up most of pages 2 and 3 so we should get some visitors this weekend. The director rubs his … Continue reading

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Day 11

It rains all night with the result that our new super finds container gets stuck in the entrance to the field when A Plant try to deliver it. More precisely the lorry gets stuck and has to unload our container … Continue reading

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Day 10

As Led Zeppelin so prophetically sang, “If it keeps on raining, levee’s gonna break”. However, Robert, Jimmy, Bonzo and the other one failed to mention the other downsides of rain, which is that your diggers get really miserable and your … Continue reading

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Day 9

The day starts early when the good Jon Cook of South Norfolk Council delivers a trailer of bark to stop cars sinking into the gathering quagmire in the entrance to the site. The camping party, plus Giles who has made … Continue reading

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Day 8

Will this accursed wind never stop? The director is sufficiently concerned about his tent to rush off to B & Q (other DIY shops with really annoying self-service check-outs are available) to buy some extra heavy straps to tie it … Continue reading

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