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Weybourne Windmill

Weybourne Windmill – a combination of agricultural history and elegant 20th century architecture – must surely feature among Norfolk’s most photographed landmarks. The east-facing skeleton

Employee Engagement

In 1990, psychologist William Kahn published Psychological Conditions of Personal Engagement and Disengagement. In this scientific paper, Kahn presented his theory of employee engagement, which

Illustrated Memoirs

Arrested for obstruction during a demonstration at RAF Marham in 1962, Colin Seal’s first visit to Norfolk included a short stay in Norwich prison. “If

The Evocative Power of a Word

The word fuck carries a lot of emotive weight, evoking feelings of disgust, embarrassment, arousal, anger, disdain, joy, fear, shock, relief, or surprise. Fuck acts

The Poetry of Prose

The composition of good copy goes beyond SEO and information. Effective copy requires rhetorical devices such as rhythm, meter, and phonics. Sentence structure must be

Norfolk Saltmarshes

In writing content for local businesses, I’ve had the pleasure of finding out so much about Norfolk. Quests for historical, geographical, and commercial local knowledge

The North Norfolk Coast

A favourite ramble of mine is an eight-mile route through Sheringham Park and along the cliff path that looks out over the North Sea. As

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