Although we are probably too embarrassed to admit it, most of us over-eat despite all those pledges to reduce the size of our platefuls and be sensible about our choice of food. Being careful most days lessens the guilty conscience when we pile up our plates with a traditional Sunday roast or relish the indulgence of crispy batter on a large shop-fried cod – with chips, of course.
Good riddance, I say, in response to the recent news that the traditional seaside deckchair has fallen out of favour with hirers and, consequently, is being widely withdrawn by coastal councils after perhaps a century and more of being a familiar staple of beach holidays and day trips.
From a unique sculpture celebrating Sir Thomas Browne in Norwich’s Hay Hill to the electic mix of outdoor art around the University of East Anglia campus, taking art out of the gallery and into public spaces can brighten up our lives.
After two weeks of the Open Snooker League Spireites A lead the First Division after victories against Woodside Warriors 6-3 and Spireites B 5-4 with Jamie Edwards of the A side and Orin Drake the B team enjoying 3-0 victories during their derby match.