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ACROSS

1 Nor­folk Creations are hold­ing their an­nual … Fair at Blak­eney Church Hall this Au­gust (5) 4 And 13 Down Tony Brit­ten from Thor­nage con­ducted the mu­sic for this 1987 cy­ber­punk film and also com­posed and ar­ranged the UEFA … League an­them (7 and 9) 8 Tool for vil­lage? (3) 9 Thet­ford … 10k, run named af­ter an an­cient tribe that will start and fin­ish at Thet­ford Mar­ket Place this Septem­ber (5) 10 Anglian … Grow­ers is a co­op­er­a­tive of around 130 farm­ers in Nor­folk and Suf­folk who grow this vegetable for Ardo UK (3) 11 Norwich uni­ver­sity that ad­mit­ted its first 87 stu­dents in 1963 (1.1.1.) 12 In Episode 6 of Series 25 of …, Lo­ca­tion, Lo­ca­tion, Phil Spencer and Kirstie All­sopp re­visit house-hunters in Nor­folk (8) 14 Lace un­done for town? (4) 16 Sculp­tures that featured in a 2018 trail around Nor­folk (5) 17 The Ted … Trust is at Wheat­fen Na­ture Re­serve (5) 21 In the 13th cen­tury, the … ex­com­mu­ni­cated the en­tire city of Norwich (4) 22 In 1912, the an­nual Na­tional … Congress was held in Norwich (8) 24 In The Go-Be­tween by L P Hart­ley, the el­derly … Col­ston dis­cov­ers a diary writ­ten in 1900 dur­ing a child­hood visit to Nor­folk (3) 25 In Nor­folk, if you’re wear­ing a chummy then you’re wear­ing a … (3) 26 Nor­folk is one of the best places in the coun­try for seeing large num­bers of … geese (5) 28 King’s Lynn was a film­ing lo­ca­tion for the 1942 film … of Our Air­craft is Miss­ing (3) 29 Poet Siegfried … spent sum­mer hol­i­days in Ed­ingth­orpe as a child (7) 30 … Are the Days of Our Lives, Queen song writ­ten by Roger Tay­lor from Nor­folk (5)

Down

1 Nor­folk Heat­wave pro­duce ‘Hot … Pep­per Pro­duce’ by hand in small batches in north Nor­folk (6) 2 Jig­foot, Jumper and Nib­bler are ex­am­ples of this type of drink pro­duced by Moon Gazer at Hin­dring­ham (3) 3 When The Great Hospital, Norwich, was es­tab­lished in 1249, … pau­pers were to be fed at the hospital gates each day (8) 4 Humphry …, landscape gar­dener who de­scribed Sheringham Park as his most favourite work (6) 5 A reed lighter is a type of … tra­di­tion­ally used on the Broads to col­lect sedge and reed (4) 6 Win­ston …, for­mer PM, spent the sum­mer of 1885 in Cromer as a child (9) 7 Norwich City Coun­cil is run­ning the One … Norwich project to try to en­cour­age us to con­sume less so that our earth can sus­tain us (6) 13 See 4 Across 15 The An­cient House Mu­seum of Thet­ford Life has a flint … on dis­play (8) 18 A 13th cen­tury Nor­folk doc­u­ment de­scrib­ing how a Nor­folk farmer paid his rent with ‘200 Pear­mains and four hogsheads of Pear­main cider’ gives the ear­li­est writ­ten ac­count of … in Eng­land (6) 19 Cot ban dis­turbs vil­lage? (6) 20 The Hon­ing vil­lage sign de­picts a labourer hon­ing his … (6) 23 Norwich is in Musk­ingum County in this Amer­i­can state (4) 27 Female farm an­i­mal that can be seen at Mel­sop Farm Park, Scoul­ton (3)

SIMPLE CLUES Across

1 Some­thing pro­duced skil­fully by hand (5) 4 1987 ac­tion film where po­lice of­fi­cer Alex Mur­phy is brought back to life as a cy­borg law en­forcer (7) 8 Tool with a long han­dle used for turn­ing over soil in a gar­den (3) 9 An­cient tribe led by Boudicca (5) 10 Very small round green vegetable that grows in a pod (3) 11 Uni­ver­sity of East Anglia (1.1.1.) 12 The place where some­thing or some­one is (8) 14 Town west of Yar­mouth (4) 16 Rabbit-like an­i­mals (5) 17 Found in ‘Bell Is­land’ (5) 21 The head of the church in 22 Across (4) 22 Ro­man … Church, part of the Chris­tian re­li­gion (8) 24 Male name or short form of Leonard (3) 25 Piece of cloth­ing worn on head (3) 26 Bor­ough of west­ern Greater London (5) 28 Num­ber less than 10 (3) 29 Siegfried …, fa­mous World War One poet (7) 30 Plu­ral form of this (5)

Down

1 Small, hot pep­per that gives its name to … con carne (6) 2 Type of beer (3) 3 Num­ber be­tween 10 and 20 (8) 4 Ana­gram of ‘nor pet’ (6) 5 Small ves­sel for trav­el­ling on wa­ter (4) 6 Win­ston …, prime min­ster dur­ing the Sec­ond World War (9) 7 Ce­les­tial body or­bit­ing a star (6) 13 Peo­ple who have won sport­ing com­pe­ti­tions (9) 15 Or­dered set of let­ters used for writ­ing a lan­guage (8) 18 Or­chard fruits (6) 19 Sea­side vil­lage be­tween Cromer and Yar­mouth (6) 20 Tool used for cut­ting long grass (6) 23 Mid­west­ern Amer­i­can state (4) 27 Female sheep (3)

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