Why we are here...
Who we are
Where we are
Views around Lyng
A walk around Lyng...
Old holiday kit...
Page of pride
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Places and people
A weekend with the Wests
Liverpool with friends
Pets R ours
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Life on the Ladder
Life on the Ladder 1 A beginning
Life on the Ladder 2 Our 'ouse
Life on the Ladder 3 On the street
Life on the Ladder 4 Slow cooked turkey
Life on the Ladder - 5 The people you meet
Life on the Ladder - 6 Inside, downstairs
Life on the Ladder - 7 The view from above
Life on the Ladder - 8 Consumers!
Life on the Ladder - 9 Food - but not as we know it
Life on the Ladder - 10 Hornsey Town Hall
Life on the Ladder - 11
Life on the Ladder 12
Where we are
April and May 2014
Golden Wedding thoughts
Hintlesham night out
Ooop north again....
Village Hall archive
2015 France April
2015 France May - Part 1
2015 France May - Part 2
East Mersea weekend
Weekend in Wales
The last knock down
One man went to moan
Pat - a bientot
The place is Lyng in Norfolk - other Lyngs are available! You can find it
and see some of its scenes below
One of our lanes looking leafy
Church path up to St Margarets
Manor Farm, a key site in the village centre
The fragmentary remains of the old Pirory off Rectory Road, Easthaugh
This is Sparham Pool, a much walked and loved area of wildlife. Formerly gravel quarries for the second world war airfields nearby, they are now managed by Norfolk Wildlife Trust
The pools are actually in the parish of Sparham because they are on the north bank of the River Wensum. But they are ours really!
St Margarets Church in the village, once dedicated to St Clements in connection with an ancient Priory nearby it is said.
Warm inside! This is The Fox and Hounds, our local. This was taken some time ago but the pub has not changed very much.
Cadders Hill in snow - one of Lyng's claims to fame and not just because this is Norfolk and WE haver a HILL...
...BUT because among other things it has hosted Moto Cross since 1936; this is the start of the 2012 Vikings meeting.
There's a lot more about the place if you go