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Any chance one of the Mods could make this a 'sticky'? - it is a valuable resource and it would be nice if the link was readily available to Newbies, rather than fading to the bottom of the pile over time.

Nigel,
Not having any links to the village, other than alove of Percy's Lovely ladies Wink , I can't really comment other than to complain that it is all too easy to lose hours Scared  in perusing all the photos. An interactive map would be a good idea to help orientate folk who don't know the area well.
Keep up the good work! Cheers

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Good idea, John...done as requested. Smile

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I would still welcome comments on the Archive website.

Quite a lot of updates all over the site today. There is a new page on the history of Norwich Road.  http://www.ludhamarchive.org.uk/hiswalk.htm

I have more history stuff to post but it will have to wait until Richard fixes the problem of posting photographs in this section.

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New page added today  http://www.ludhamarchive.org.uk/berry.htm

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What a wonderful archive of Ludham village your group have created. I have spent almost two hours reading all the information on the site. We are visiting the Broads in april this year and will certainly be spending a few hours at Womack Staith, so that we can visit Ludham. I had to laugh reading the article on Knacky Knight, he was certainly a character. Well done Nigel for all the work you must have put in to bring all this interesting information together, for all to see and read about.

Regards, Geoff & Wendy

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Hi Geoff and Wendy

Glad to hear that you are enjoying the Ludham Archive website. We are updating it regularly with new stuff and have some plans for future changes so keep looking in.

I am always gad to get feedback on the website and I welcome suggestions for topics of interest.

I hope you enjoy your visit to Ludham and the history helps you to get more out of your time here. Ludham with its chocolate box cottages looks timeless but the place is changing all the time. We are making sure that the history is not lost. Just because you cant see the plane crashes or the army camp or indeed Knacky Knights anymore it does not mean that they did not happen.

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Is the climb to the top of the church tower available for visitors, like it is at Ranworth church. Or does one need to get permission? I would like to be able to get some video footage from the top.

Regards, Geoff & Wendy

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Hi Geoff and Wendy

St Catherine's Church is always open during the day but the tower is not open for visitors. I guess this is for safety reasons.

I will send you a PM with contact details for the churchwardens. If you need a special visit they are the people to ask.

Nigel

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That's very kind of you. Thank you Nigel. Smile

Regards, Geoff & Wendy

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I have added a new downloads section to the Archive Group website.
Amongst other things, you can now download all our booklets for free. Its a lot cheaper than buying the printed version.
Discover Ludham is particularly good. You can still get a printed copy of this in Throwers.

Nigel
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I have added a new Video section to the Ludham Archive website and also created a You Tube Channel.

There are various videos of Ludham interest on there at the moment and there is a lot more to come.

You might be interested in the video of a Broads Holiday in the early 1960s. This film has footage of the Fairy Garden.

Also of particular interest is a film of change over day at Southgates boatyard in Horning. This was taken in the mid 1970s. I am sure many of you will enjoy this film.
At the Ludham Archive we are still trying to find out who the owner of this film is. If you know anything please will you let me know.

Link is www.ludhamarchive.org.uk/video.htm

Nigel
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