Many of you will know that Paul Hardcastle has remixed his 1985 smash hit 19 for PTSD and has has hugely kindly given up all the proceeds for Talking2minds . The launch date is May19 but we are now able to circulate the trailer.
Firefighters from Fakenham Fire Station will be cycling 400 miles visiting all 42 Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service stations next month in aid of the Firefighters Charity.
Starting on Friday 22 May, the group of Firefighters will be hopping on their bikes taking it in turns to complete the four-day stint around the county. In order to maintain operational cover within Fakenham and the surrounding areas, some members of the crew will not be riding the full distance on the road. They will however cover the equivalent mileage on static bikes in locations around Fakenham.
A communications system will be used between the two groups so the static group know the whereabouts of the group on the roads at any one time.
The Firefighters will finish their challenge on Bank Holiday Monday, marking the first anniversary of a significant fire which took place at the former historic Aldiss building in the town.
Fakenham Fire Station Crew Manager Darren Leach is one of the organisers of...
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