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The bus is managing. What kind of car have you got?

Nigel

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Hi Nigel, only joking although it's nearly as big as a bus, recently got a Crysler 300c

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I read on the Norfolk Fire Service website they actually had eight fire engines on scene. It certainly sounded worse than it looks.

Does anyone know what caused the fire yet? Has the road re-opened yet?

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The road is now open again. The top of the gable has been demolished so presumably that was unsafe.
I don't have any information about the cause.

Regarding the road closure, I remind you all that from Monday the main road will be closed from The Dog up to the junction with School Lane. This is for resurfacing work and is likely to take a week at least. The official diversion is via Wayford Bridge, but you should be able to get round via Hall Common Road and Staithe Road.

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dont know who the contractor is but safety doen't seem to be high on the agenda.should not be in the bucket without a safety harness and there should be someone at the controls although the brakes are on.
a job like this should have been done with a cherrypicker or personnel scissorlift and safety harness in either case.


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Hi
Well done to the two workers from Trend Marine who raised the alarm after spotting smoke and turned round to check again.

Full story from the EDP.

Andrew

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I expect this will be talked about for sometime. At least nobody was hurt and the building doesn't look to damaged either. Hope they get it fixed soon.

Will be interesting to find out what caused the fire.

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Really interested to read this thread and to see the pictures that were posted - especially as my wife and I are in the process of buying this lovely cottage!

It certainly looks very different now, having had the thatch removed and replaced with Norfolk pantiles!

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Good luck with the purchase, great spot, got to say I prefered it with the thatch and I was a little surprised they got permission to change it.

Dave

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Welcome to Ludham Nigel.

One of the nicest places to live in the Broads.

Bill

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