Rumour Mill: Norwich City on the verge of signing Cameron Jerome and Carlos Cuellar

Bradley Johnson of Norwich and Cameron Jerome of Crystal Palace in action during the Barclays Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd Bradley Johnson of Norwich and Cameron Jerome of Crystal Palace in action during the Barclays Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Monday, August 18, 2014
10:18 AM

Norwich City are reportedly on the verge of signing two players who were with Premier League clubs last season.

To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.

Sky Sports is reporting that former Sunderland and Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar is having a medical ahead of a free transfer

While striker Cameron Jerome is set to sign for City in a £2million deal, according to reports in Scotland.

The Daily Record is reporting that Celtic wanted to sign the tall Stoke City forward but that the Scottish Premier League champions are now expecting the 28-year-old to join the Canaries.

Spanish defender Cuellar was reportedly in talks with Crystal Palace earlier in the summer and also spent time on trial with Blackburn Rovers but now the 32-year-old is reportedly in talks with the Canaries.

Cuellar has played over 100 games in the Premier League since signing for Villa from Rangers in a deal worth over £7million but played just six times for Sunderland last season, starting five league games and one Capital One Cup match.

Jerome spent last season on loan at Crystal Palace, scoring just twice in 29 games. He is thought to be surplus to requirements with Potters’ boss Mark Hughes and is in the final year of his contract at the Britannia Stadium.

The Record say a £2m deal had been agreed and that Celtic had offered personal terms to the former England Under-21 striker but are now looking at other options in the expectation that he is heading for Norfolk.

Jerome first came to the fore with Cardiff City, scoring 27 goals in 79 games to earn a £3m move to Birmingham City, who he then helped to earn promotion to the Premier League.

After 41 goals in 201 appearances for the Blues, Jerome was sold to Stoke for £4m in the summer of 2011 following Birmingham being relegated to the Championship.

He then managed 12 goals in 67 matches for Stoke, before being allowed to join Palace on loan at the start of last season.

Do you think Jerome would be a good addition to Neil Adams’ squad? Cast your vote in the poll above and leave a comment below.

75 comments

  • Dab: apply a wet or soft surface to; Aim a feeble blow; Kind of flat fish.( OED). Just thought I'd save you the trouble Mr. B. In case you're too busy on Chapter business.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Igno Rance

    Thursday, August 21, 2014

  • Silly brewer, who made you chief of english?, you must be a cliff r fan with desires to get in garys gang.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    john dab

    Thursday, August 21, 2014

  • Gibbo got the usual treatment an intelligent contributor gets from a certain sector of dullards. Example: "you can ramble out your opinions even if they are that of a delude fan... well done john your spot on absolute dross". Surely, that should read: Yours, Spoton, Absolute-Dross (Ms). Gibbo; you should have taught me Rugby. Jack Adams should have taught me English. End result is I have a Slough Bottom. I wonder how dab got his piles of dross? They must be a pain in the `rs` for him. Rudyard Kipling would be mortified. Non Nobis Domine. :-(

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • john dab

    Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • yes gibbo you can ramble out your opinions even if they are that of a delude fan.well done john your spot on absolute dross.....

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    dumpster59

    Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • Cb Michah Richards ? season long loan just throwing a name out there...

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    uk/usa Canary

    Wednesday, August 20, 2014

  • PROLIFIC STRIKER !!! ........ we get Rid of RVW because he only scored 1 goal in 25 games.... to replace him with a clown who scored 2 goals in 29 games last season, 3 goals in 26 the season before, 4 goals in 24 the season before and 3 goals in 34 the season before THAT !!? It could ONLY happen at NCFC.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    CanaryWest

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • John, I suppose we don't but it's a free country and Archie supplies the means and I can ramble out my opinion, though not as succinctly as you. Probably got kicked in the head too many times playing rugby.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Gibbo

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • Do we really need these piles of dross…

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    john dab

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • Undoubtedly life in the majority of the football leagues is a roller coaster apart from the elitist minority which reflects the social standing of the British population where the minority control the assets of the country, it's a situation that is not, sadly, going to change in the short run, so we'll just have to bite the bullet and carry on. The board have loaned their money to the club and therefore have the role of decision makers, we accept this because they have made a pile of money, they must have that Midas touch and hopefully it will rub off on to OUR club. They have succeeded in the respect of our debt situation, as we are now solvent, but failed with the football and manager, therein lies the quandary, to get all the cards to fall face up is nigh on impossible. Perhaps an influx of money could solve the problems or maybe a shake up with more younger members coming on the board to bring a different slant and thinking towards the direction the club should be taking.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Gibbo

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • We pretty much agree Jakarta. As regards what happened when we went to Div One it is an old debate as to whether the Lambert appointment was inspired or lucky, but for me Lambert got us out of debt, not the board. I mean, how confident would you feel about the future if the same board returned us to Div One?

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • Lincs, one plus point for the board in their seemingly quest to increase the deposit account is that we are living in splendorous isolation, in so much that for majority of football fans there is no alternative for watching professional football. For the ride to come off the tracks before we have a change, it didn't happen last time we slide into League 1! Delia has to be congratulated for being part of the set-up that saw off receivership etc. and we should always be grateful for that but unfortunately the business has moved on. The requirement these days is for a degree of ruthlessness and whilst the "Norwich" set-up gives an ambiance that others do not, I think we do need to get a harder edge to what the board is doing. Until the board accepts they are willing to bring in and also back a manager with drive then we will have what we have. I hope that with his knowledge of the internal workings of NCFC NA can make the system work in his favour. All the games for the rest of the season are key but it will be good to come away with 6 points from next two games, bring in some more players especially CH and other defensive additions and not see any more head out the door. OTBC

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Jakarta Canary

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • To follow up Michigan's point on ownership. Longevity in the PL is money related and the only team in the PL just now whose owners recorded wealth is close to our club is Swansea. Of last seasons promoted teams Leicester and QPR owners are off the scale by comparison, even Burnley more than double. Cast your eye down the Champ wealth league and again we are poorly placed. It does not mean we cannot do a Swansea but that requires astute decision making on footballing matters with a board which has vision, a plan if you like. Our board however lurches from one chancey (football) manager appointment to another. It half worked with Worthy, came up trumps under Lambert, failed with the rest, and now we are waiting to see what Neil can do. It is not a strategy but, as Delia happily admits, a rollercoaster. And most fans seem content to join her on the ride. I suspect, Michigan, the ride needs to come off the rails before the ownership changes.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Lincs Canary

    Tuesday, August 19, 2014

  • oh Erpingham Tractor calm down, or if you cant go and support a club where vitriol is the norm, Millwall perhaps. All Michigan put forward was that the current board may be lacking a little ambition...

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    wivenhoebudgie

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • give becchio a go in the cup scores loads like so many needs confidence,how about getting henri landsbury back scores goals and knows the league,sure there are betteryounger. center backs out there

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    bodhamyellas

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Hooper off then?Least were getting a C H.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    tonyb

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • It looks as if we are trawling the deluge of players with no club, no contract and no hopes in attempt to get someone cheaply who will make the numbers up but with little thought as to how they will improve the team. Pitiful.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    VictorM

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Roll on August 31st and all the doom-laden comments about players leaving from the gossip columns. The Fer-to-QPR story is galling as they must be favourites to come back down. The guy has just spent two seasons under CH fighting relegation with us. Apart from the obvious cash and big away grounds, it would be nice for a player to give us one season at a shot of promotion. 13 days and counting . . .

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    NorwichAbs

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Sorry Dubai I meant Blackpool, obviously:)

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • ET\Michigan: There's no easy answer to this one but it does seem the Board are out of their depth. Not one of them knows Jack S about the PLAYING of football and that is imo a major problem. Let's stuff Blackburn tomorrow:)

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I have seen some twaddle written on this board, but Michigan Canary, you have topped the lot. You have obviously no idea that we nearly went under for good, or what goes on with running financially sound football club. Tip. Find somebody else to support who loves throwing money at mediocre nobody's-heard-of-players, who couldn't care less about anything but picking up a pay cheque.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Erpingham Tractor

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Another stream dealt with the `Mushroom Management` syndrome. I fear that, if the club obfuscates too much, and it gets caught out as deceitful, some fans may get a bit cross. Specially the naive ones. Of course, all the Season Tickets will be sold irrespective of such trifles. I wish MY and M_Y would get separated. Like conjoined twins. The Jeckyll & Hyde of keyboard warriorship. Hyde (M_Y) was the evil manifestation... he just can`t hyde that.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Irish Canary points out how poor things have been for the past two years. Going down is a wake-up call for the whole club. Michigan Canary, more familiar than most of us with on the funding of sport in the US, concludes City need a rich owner. QPR and Leicester have such owners. Even then John Henry the Bostonian owner of Liverpool, can fund the transfer of Adam Lallana from Southampton for £25million and the same amount again in wages. If only that money was available in Detroit (Michigan) or places needing investment in this country.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Capri

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • When you analyse today's activity a Scottish club who have been rejected say the player is coming to Norwich and a satellite channel that puts out 24\7 rumours reports another player is having a medical. Neither transaction is confirmed by the club. NCFC are also denying any truth in reports that Fer and Surman are leaving, with both in contention for tomorrow night. I suppose it keeps us on our toes.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Lincs Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • MichiganCanary.... I live just a little north of you, and cannot agree more.. City never stays in the Premiership for long... sell the experienced plays and take the parachute payments...

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    canuk

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Mental image? I'm 23, curvy-ish, blonde and like to hang around Ber Street JUST as it's getting dark:)

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Cameron Jerome, as exclusively predicted yesterday in The Lincs Bugle.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Lincs Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Hello el d0ngo....Would rather you didn't call me "bud". It just sounds so beneath someone who has a history degree (honours) and has now completely ruined the mental image I have of you.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mellow_Yellow

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • @Irish canary........sorry but you are talking piffle. It's going to be a long hard season, with many more games than we had in the premiership therefore it makes good sense to bolster our squad with some additional experience. Just because those mentioned above are not 20 years old and tipped for premiership stardom doesn't mean they won't do a good job for us. NA knows that a lot of teams in this division will set themselves up defensively when they play us, therefore we need players of a physical stature who can take a direct route and break them down - Jerome fits that bill, and Cuellar will provide some much needed cover in defence. Yes, RVW, Pilks and Snodgrass have gone. The first two contributed very little towards our premiership season therefore will hardly be missed, and as for Snodgrass he clearly wanted to leave in any case.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mellow_Yellow

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • DJ Framboise , yes Carlos Cuellar can play centre half, not sure about Cameron Jerome though.Not even sure about him as a striker either.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    wivenhoebudgie

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • You sure don't need his\her help bud. You're just fine on your own.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • MellowYellow.....could I have my name back please? Your negativity is making me look bad.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mellow_Yellow

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • MB and MY. The message I am getting from the board is "we are happy to be a mediocre Championship side". Whether that will change when everyone realizes and attendances drop, but for the time being it appears the directors are happy to reap the financial benefits of Paul Lambert's era of getting up to the EPL - more by luck than judgement from the board. I also think they have found out their own limitations financially and in ability, in terms of maintaining an EPL team - they cannot afforddon't want to pay the costs of transfer fees and wages for the level of players to keep us in the EPL. All a bit underwhelming really after the raised hopes of the last few years. We need a rich new owner who wants to prove he can compete with the best.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    MichiganCanary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Actually strike that..2 poor years. Since Xmas 2012, we have been truly woeful!

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Irish canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I'm an optimist by nature and still believe we can get back into the prem at the first time of asking. 12 months ago, I really felt we had a squad that was good enough to finish mid table in that league..unfortunately we didn't have premier league management. I look at the squad that is shaping up now and it looks like a championship squad. One poor year has put us back 4-5 years in squad development

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Irish canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Such good sense from MellowYellow. May I assume this is a different person from Mellow_Yellow? So much more civilized.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • what is going on, i don't understand the reasoning behind letting our half decent players go, and replacing them with mediocre journeymen, you dont win promotion or trophies for being in the black with the bank, the core of the team has gonegoing,we are still woefully short at the back,mcnumpty is pulling all the strings and NA just dances to his tune, can we honestly say we are good enough for promotion with the supposed new influx of players,or are you all wearing your rose tinted glasses today.......

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    johnboy69

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Trouble is, Irish Canary, is that most of us are not privy to what the real agenda is. We are but mere punters. Cash cows to be milked. Any signs of dissent, bring out those cardboard Happy Clappy gadgets. Then all is well again. Instantly. "Let`s be `avin` ya". They`ve been `avin` us for a long time, disguised by the `Lambo get lucky streak`. PS: forwardslash does not work for Archie; back\slash does!

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I don't understand why we keep looking at freebies and cheapies. We should be cash rich for this league. Also, we need to be careful. We came undone with our giving old prem players a retirement fund routine last time we got relegated. I don't want to see old players I want to see young hungry players. What happened to our policy of taking on young prem players on loan who can't get places in their own team? What happened to buying the decent players from the league below (in this instance I would consider this to be the championship as we are aiming for the prem) who want to prove themselves in the league above? We need CB's and some pace in defence, I don't want free, old and slow.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    MellowYellow

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • If Jerome comes in, I could see Hooper leaving unfortunately ...but I guess that puts another £3-4m net in the piggy bank. I believe Cuellar will be a good acquisition..especially on a free. I think the theme is clear - sell when we're offered good money and bring in cheaperfree replacements. We're debt free, receiving parachute payments, full house every week..am I missing something or should we not be building a stronger team, not weakening it?

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Irish canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • LYB, reference Dubya`s makeover; I`ve rarely seen it take so long for a penny to drop. Sharpen up. Even Steady might leave you behind. D`oh. ;-)

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Archie still can't headline properly - I'm sure that's Cameron Jerome with Bradley Johnson, not Carlos Cuellar:) *Just pleased there's some ins to balance the outs

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • On the face of it, it seems that we don't need another striker but we do need a good CB. However, agree with other comments that it will be a long, hard season and to win games we need to score goals so another striker target man would be handy. By the same token, we also need to strengthen the defence to the same depth and as long as this happens too I think that the board are doing the right thing.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    la barbe

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Cuellar aqui? Muy bien!

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Looks like we're going to follow Brazil's tradition + just attack, attack, attack. If you're that good coming forward you don't really need to defend do you? Never did Brazil any harm did it..? Oh......Wait A Minute...............

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Timbo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Any news on any exits?

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    JB

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Cuellar sounds like a nice one to have in there on a free transfer.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    LittleYellowBirdie

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Report updated since last posting with a defender..... All is not lost

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    JB

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I see a team consisting of Ruddy, Hoolahan and 9 strikers if we are not careful. We have at least 4 plus the youngsters. Agree with others, we need to toughen up,our defence in all departments

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    JB

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I hope this isn't another case of the thief who took the hot stove ( because there wasn't anything else ) the last thing we need is a " striker " whose proven previous characteristic is that he doesn't score goals . We just exiled one to France .

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Bring on Foggo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Well done Adams Norwich were after him 10 years ago total waste of money the club must want their heads examined.I hear Martin Peters is looking for a club he would be better than this injury prone signing.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    El tel

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Thanks Adams is God. But don't forget that goal I scored against the Saints, that was worth 10 goals on its own.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Rosario

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Dubai Canary, are you alright? I've never seen such a huge switch in outlook in so short a time.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    LittleYellowBirdie

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I hope this doesn't mean Redmond is going in the other direction. Becchio has no future with us, and Jerome is an obvious target man so it may be good business.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    canarydownunder

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Believe it or not, its not all about scoring goals as a striker!! Take Robert Rosario as a start, a regular in one of our best ever teams. You cannot compare Hooper against Jerome as they are completely different strikers. Jerome would act as a foil for Hooper. His 2 PL goals do not tell the stroy of his attributes, which are far wider than that stat alone. Neither can you compare individual goalscoring records between PL and Champ - many strikers have seen to that! Oh, and ***BREAKING NEWS*** we are not PL anymore so not being good enough for Stoke and Palace do not mean the same for us while we are in different divisions. Jerome is a decent signing for £2m at Championship level.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Adams is God

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • First note, NOT Codger8, but Eastbourne Canary 2 !!! Could get more excited about a pair of tall, slim speedy central defenders coming in..

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    codger8

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I would put Becchio on for 90 minutes in the LC game and see if we could not restart his career...

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Watton Warrior

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Seem to remember him being a handful when he's played against us for both Stoke and Palace. This is going to be a long season, and games come thick and fast so its only right that NA attempts to bolster our strike force. May not figure in the starting eleven, but I can see him imposing himself on tiring defences for the last 30 minutes in a match. As I said last week, no-doubt two or three other additions will be brought in too.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mellow_Yellow

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • 2 goals in 29m games not all that encouraging is it. I don't think he has ever been a prolific scorer, a waste I think

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Derek McDonald

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Considering Mark Hughes has made comments about Redmond, how about Redmond heading to Stoke as part of the deal? I sincerely hope not, but who knows considering our board!!!!

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    DamEng

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Hooper out for £5-6M and Jerome in for £2million ? I can imagine our gracious board scheming that one !

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Dubai Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • The point to remember is that you don't need, guile and artistry to get out of this division, you need some skill but mainly Grant Holt style hard men. The championship is a war of attrition, and Jerome fits that bill! NOW, we need a good centre half

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Algarve Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I'm happy with this. He's not prolific but I think he's better than lafferty. As someone already said, he's been involved in a number of successful teams...he may be the perfect foil to allow grabban to go bag lots of goals.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    PutneyCanary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • We need a centre half who is quick. Was at the game on Saturday and the lack of pace from turner looked worrying while I think Martin will soon be exposed there as well. Don't rate jerome - our current strikers are better than him.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Liverpool canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Its time to change the name to Norwich strikers me thinks

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    trev57

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Another striker??? Nooooo... spend £4 mill on a decent centre half instead!

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Norwegian Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Not impressed. He couldn't even makes Stokes team last season, and Palace didn't try to keep him following a seasons loan. The pro? A rough tough target man who will bully defenders and goalkeepers

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Algarve Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Will the Riddle of Becchio ever be solved? In 108 Championship games for Leeds, he scored 46 goals. 16 in 26 the season we partexed him for Morison. By any standard, the whole business looks a nonsense. Like dingo, cannot get too excited about Jerome. Bets are on, eh, Cameron?

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • All depends on what happens with Hooper I guess.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Steady On

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I really do hope that this is just a rumour, I have never rated him much and I think all of the current strikers at the club are much better. I would think a fit Gary Hooper will bag a lot of goals in this league, Grabban and Lafferty seem like they will become good signings. Bringing in a centre-half is more of a priority I think plus a replacement if Fer goes (which I really hope does not happen)

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    London_Canary

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • I wouldn`t bet on him coming here. He might...

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Mad Brewer

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Hooper, Grabban, Lozar, Lafferty and Becchio at the moment. Five strikers seems okay if you're going to play two strikers for the most part, particularly when you consider how often there'll be more than one game a week this season. If he is signing for us, then I assume Becchio is off, and while I think it was pretty horrible how Becchio wasn't given an adequate chance under Hughton when he came here as a striker that had scored more goals in half a championship season than most score in an entire season. Having now been sidelined here for such a long time it makes sense for him to take his chances elsewhere. Jerome seems a decent calibre replacement and has form for being involved in successful promotion pushes. Would be happy with this if it's true.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    LittleYellowBirdie

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • To keep Lafferty on his toes I guess. Not fussed on this one.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    el dingo

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Hopefully only a rumour.

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    Steely Dan

    Monday, August 18, 2014

  • Can he play centre-half?

    Add your comment | Report this comment

    DJ_FRAMBOISE

    Monday, August 18, 2014

The views expressed in the above comments do not necessarily reflect the views of this site

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Homes24
Jobs24
Drive24
LocalSearch24
MyDate24
MyPhotos24
FamilyNotices24
Weddingsite

loading...

Classifieds, browse or search them online now

The Canary magazine
Order your copy of The Canary magazine

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT