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1 And 11 Across Danny Boyle, who has be­come a pa­tron of Gor­leston Pavil­ion Theatre, di­rected the 2008 film … Mil­lion­aire and the 2002 film 28 Days … (7 and 5) 5 Bob Mor­timer and Paul Whitehouse filmed the first episode of … Fish­ing at We­ston Longville (4) 10 Christo­pher Board­man from Nor­wich was helms­man of the Bri­tish team that won a gold medal in the six me­tre class of the 1936 Ber­lin … Games (7) 11 See 1 Across 12 And 18 Across … Hum­ble and Bill …, pre­sen­ters who be­gan broad­cast­ing from Pen­sthorpe Na­ture Re­serve for the 2008 series of Spring­watch (4 and 5) 14 Lord Robert Blake, who was born in Nor­folk and ed­u­cated at Nor­wich, wrote what has been de­scribed as the finest mod­ern bi­og­ra­phy of the Vic­to­rian Prime Min­is­ter, Ben­jamin … (8) 17 Hope and … for Chil­dren, char­ity co­founded by Mark Cook from Nor­folk with the aim of get­ting chil­dren out of or­phan­ages so they can grow up with lov­ing fam­i­lies (5) 18 See 12 Across 22 The Re­mains …, 1989 novel by the au­thor in 25 Across that was adapted for a 1993 film of the same name (2, 3, 3) 23 Nor­wich City Hall is said to have the largest clock … in the UK (4) 25 Kazuo Ishig­uro, who gained a MA in Cre­ative Writ­ing from the UEA, won the 2017 … Prize for Lit­er­a­ture (5) 27 Keith Skip­per’s Nor­folk …, book that claims to have funny, fond and fan­tas­tic mem­o­ries from the county’s favourite racon­teur (7) 29 Both eter­nally hold lo­cal river? (4) 30 Eric Hogg from Old Cat­ton is the un­cle of Harry Kane, the cap­tain of the … foot­ball team (7)

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2 End­ing of some lo­cal place names de­rived from the An­glo Saxon word for a clear­ing (3) 3 Ge­orge Van­cou­ver from King’s Lynn cre­ated such de­tailed … of the North Amer­i­can west coast that they can still be used to­day (4) 4 Flower on the Fin­cham sign that ref­er­ences the type of flower once grown at Tal­bot Manor (6) 6 The … There In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val of Street Arts & Circus at Yar­mouth this Septem­ber will be a week­end like no other! (3) 7 Er­ri­wig­gle is a Nor­folk word for this in­sect (6) 8 The Rock­land vil­lages are named af­ter th­ese birds (5) 9 Amer­i­can state for The … Group, Nor­wich-based footwear com­pany? (7) 13 Fish as­so­ci­ated with Good­er­stone (5) 15 Gee, nine crashed Hethel-made car? (5) 16 Bill Jor­dan, who owns Pen­sthorpe Na­ture Re­serve with his wife, co­founded Jordans … with his brother (7) 19 The Earl of Sur­rey, who had two houses in Nor­wich in the 16th cen­tury, is said to be one of the two poets to in­tro­duce this verse form into Eng­land (6) 20 Houghton Hall won Christie’s His­toric Houses As­so­ci­a­tion … of the Year Award in 2007 (6) 21 Myleene …, clas­si­cal mu­si­cian, TV pre­sen­ter and singer from Gor­leston (5) 24 In 2010, Sir … McCart­ney vis­ited the Linda McCart­ney fac­tory in Fak­en­ham (4) 26 The … Walk at Kelling Heath was cre­ated in cel­e­bra­tion of Princess Char­lotte (3) 28 Michael Brun­son from Nor­folk is the for­mer po­lit­i­cal ed­i­tor for … (1.1.1.)

SIM­PLE CLUES

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1 … Mil­lion­aire, 2008 Bri­tish film set in In­dia (7) 5 No longer present (4) 10 Of the re­gion of Olympia in Greece (7) 11 At some time in the fu­ture (5) 12 Pet form of Kather­ine (4) 14 Ben­jamin …, Tory Prime Min­is­ter 1868 and 1874-80 (8) 17 Places where peo­ple live (5) 18 Found in good di­eti­cian (5) 22 The Re­mains …, a 1993 film star­ring An­thony Hop­kins and Emma Thomp­son (2, 3, 3) 23 Ob­ject that makes a ring­ing sound (4) 25 In­ter­na­tional prize that hon­ours peo­ple for outstandin­g achieve­ments in physics, chem­istry, phys­i­ol­ogy or medicine, lit­er­a­ture, and for work in peace (5) 27 Books where peo­ple keep records of events and ex­pe­ri­ences (7) 29 River that flows through Thet­ford (4) 30 A di­vi­sion of the UK (7)

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2 An­glo Saxon word for a clear­ing found in place names such as Cantley, Hard­ley and Lan­g­ley (3) 3 Di­a­gram­matic rep­re­sen­ta­tions of the Earth’s sur­face (4) 4 Flower with an un­usual shape that is con­sid­ered beau­ti­ful (6) 6 Not in­side (3) 7 Brown in­sect with curved parts at the back end of its body (6) 8 Chess pieces (5) 9 South­east­ern US state (7) 13 Ed­i­ble fish that lives in rivers and lakes (5) 15 Ana­gram of gee IX (5) 16 Eaten at break­fast (7) 19 Type of poem with 14 lines and reg­u­lar rhymes (6) 20 Land next to a home used for grow­ing flow­ers or veg­eta­bles (6) 21 Found in quick las­soes (5) 24 Sir … McCart­ney, for­mer Bea­tles lead singer (4) 26 Fly­ing in­sect (3) 28 In­de­pen­dent Tele­vi­sion News (1.1.1.)

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