PUBLISHED: 09:51 22 January 2019 | UPDATED: 10:29 22 January 2019 The Owl Tea Rooms in Holt was broken into. Picture: Google Maps Archant Thieves smashed a window to break in to a tea room in Holt and stole about £200 from inside. Ben Philo, co-owner of the Owl Tea Rooms, spotted the break-in when he went to the shop yesterday to do some maintenance work. He said the shop had closed about 4.30pm on Sunday, so the offence must have taken place overnight on Sunday/ Monday.Mr Philo said: “It’s irritating and very disappointing for us. They stole charity money, petty cash and tips, worth about £200.“They gained access by smashing a window on Church Street and climbing through.“They left a footprint on a seat cushion then finger prints on a vodka bottle, which they left behind. They must have been distracted when they saw the charity money.“Luckily, another charity money box, for the Holt Christmas lights appeal, was not there, as we had taken it … [Read more...] about Oldest tea room in Norfolk broken into and cash stolen
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As murder detectives comb for clues to try to discover how a man was killed in a Kettering flat, local people this afternoon were asking one question.. Just how could a body lie undiscovered in a flat surrounded by neighbours for up to six months? The man, who has not yet been publicly identified, was found dead on boxing day in the first-floor flat in a converted factory in Wood Street.Police believe he may have been dead since the summer. His body was only found after a leak was spotted and entry was forced.This is shoe-factory country, and the victim had neighbours living closely on all sides.Hundreds of people live cheek by jowl in this Victorian street that was built for workers in the leather factories that once peppered the streets of Kettering. Woodlands Court, where the man lived, is itself in a crudely-converted factory housing a high turnover of people that may never meet their neighbours.It’s only 12 months since 29-year-old Tairu Jallow was murdered at his house … [Read more...] about Kettering murder: How could victim lay dead for so long?
PUBLISHED: 11:16 28 December 2018 | UPDATED: 11:19 28 December 2018 Karen Bethell Cromer Junior School pupils help head teacher Whil de Neve and Simon Clipsom (left) load up shoe boxes filled with toiletries and treats for needy people in Eastern Europe as part of a collection co-ordinated by Mr Clipsom in his role as community champion at Morrisons, Cromer. Photo: KAREN BETHELL Archant Staff and customers at Morrisons supermarket, Cromer, have raised just over £76,000 for local good causes, supporting community projects ranging from school breakfast clubs and animal sancturaries, to the town’s Christmas lights and carnival. Morrisons Cromer community champion handing over the keys to a new minibus to North Norfolk Community Transport chief executive Claire Abbs. The vehicle was paid for with a £35,000 grant from the Morrisons Foundation charity. Photo: KAREN BETHELLSimon Clipsom, who, since taking over as the Cromer Road store’s … [Read more...] about Cromer supermarket rings up trolley good total for local good causes
Christine Armario, Associated Press Updated 11:09 pm CDT, Wednesday, October 17, 2018 In this Aug. 31, 2018 photo, Venezuelans illegally cross from Venezuela into Colombia, to Villa del Rosario, along a path known as a "trocha." Some Venezuelans cannot cross through an official checkpoint because they lack the proper documents, such as a passport, so they instead traverse illegal dirt road crossings ruled by armed criminals dressed in green fatigues. less In this Aug. 31, 2018 photo, Venezuelans illegally cross from Venezuela into Colombia, to Villa del Rosario, along a path known as a "trocha." Some Venezuelans cannot cross through an official checkpoint ... more Photo: Ariana Cubillos, AP In this Sept. 13, 2018 photo, Martha Elena Alarcon speaks on her cell phone in front of messages written by Venezuelan migrants in gratitude to her, which cover her little store on the side of the road in Los Patios, … [Read more...] about Follow the trek of Venezuelan migrants fleeing on foot
JACQUELINE Jossa and Dan Osborne looked happier than ever as they shared an array of affectionate photos on Instagram. Proving their relationship is back on track, Jacqueline, 25, was captured affectionately holding 27-year-old Dan's face as they attended celebrity charity basketball event, Hoops Aid, yesterday. Dan Osborne shares adorable video of baby Mia as he enjoys family time Dan was taking part in the worthwhile event at London's Copper Box Arena alongside Love Island's Jamie Jewitt, actor Paul Danan and CBB's Ben Jardine. Captioning the cosy photo, Dan wrote: "My beautiful wife, we had a great day at @hoopsaid! "Basketball is not my strength haha but great to be there and to be able to support the charity. Thanks to everyone that came out today." Following suit, former EastEnders star Jacqueline shared a selfie with the former Towie star lovingly kissing her cheek and captioned it: "Always". The cosy snap comes after Jacqueline recently revealed the couple were doing everything … [Read more...] about Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne prove their marriage is back on track with loved up snap at basketball game