People who fly-tip in Norfolk have been told they could face prison or an unlimited fine, but concerns have been raised over a warning people could face the same punishments for leaving donations outside charity shops.
My previous dire warnings regarding the possibility of an impending drought, have for the time being been alleviated by a decidedly wet June whose rainfall total of 116.9mms was double the long-term average.
What to make of this? 'Kure Kure Faraway' - a Tale of Ancestors, Identity, Atavism, Diaspora & DNA - what a considerable brief for an evening's entertainment at Wells Maltings Theatre, last Thursday evening.
In 'Edith in the Dark', Baroque Theatre Company's latest production, Children's author Edith Nesbit's life is dramatized - contrasting her biography with her earliest works, dark horror stories with vignettes of her life.
'Into Thin Air' by Rob John is a new play presented by fEAST Theatre. It played to a packed house at Wells Maltings Theatre Wednesday evening. I imagine that the 'bush telegraph' from other venues where this play had been was in operation for there was not a spare seat in the house.
Rumpus Theatre Company have been touring the country for many years, engaging faithful audiences with their productions of Gothic horror stories. Their latest at the new Wells Maltings Theatre on Sunday evening was up to their usual high standards.
Tuesday evening in the Kiln Room at Wells Maltings: stone walls, a barn-like wood-beamed roof. Polished wooden floors and a room full of people waiting for the Ialoni Ensemble, the prize-winning Georgian women's choir.