Norfolk's War Project

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By Colin Stott

Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service and BBC Voices  worked with students from Cliff Park, Oriel, Neatherd, Springwood and Park high schools to create some exciting new learning resources for schools.  We have created five short “radio programmes” about life in wartime Norfolk from interviews with people who lived through the war. There is also a selection of archive images linked to each programme. You can find these in the Gallery section of the E2BN website at:

This project was funded by MLA as part of the "Their Past Your Future" programme. The picture above shows Judy Swain in her gas mask. It is reproduced courtesy of Norfolk Libraries and Information Service - Picture Norfolk Archive.


This page was added by Colin Stott on 09/09/2010.
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The Sanskrit word vinyasa can be trntaalesd as a continuous flow of poses coordinated with the breath. Example, from a standing position with arms at side, you inhale as you raise arms straight overhead;As you exhale, you bend forward at the waist as far as possible, knees straight;On inhale, you raise torso about half way up;On exhale, you jump both feet together backwards into Downward Dog position; etc, etc.You continue moving from one pose to the next in conjunction with your inhalation/exhalation. Power yoga is a style utilizing vinyasa technique. Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskar) are another well known series of vinyasa. Power yoga is a somewhat generic term for a Westernized style of Astanga Vinyasa (a style usually associated with Indian teacher Sri K. Pattahbi Jois).Although most styles of Hatha yoga practice mindfulness of the breath while practicing any pose, in non-vinyasa styles (Iyengar, Anusara, Ananda, etc), you may hold a given pose for several breaths (or even several minutes), and without the focus on changing to next pose in time with breath. Namaste',dwb
By Stan
On 12/02/2015

Does anyone know when Coastal Gun site which was on the Cliffs at Gorleston was knocked down?

By Mike Godfrey
On 23/06/2015

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