Evening News: A week in pictures
PUBLISHED: 08:00 09 September 2012
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From the opening of Great Yarmouth's Art Festival to celebrations over Jessica-Jane Applegate's gold medal win, the Evening news has seen a great variety of stories from last week.
Here are just some of the pictures that made headlines in the Evening News last week. To scroll through, see the photo gallery at the top-right of this page.
EN pics of the week (7th sept)
Mac - Caley. Date: 4 May 1959
Industrial/ Pictured: Mac - Caley. Date: 4 May 1959
Olympic boxer Antony Ogogo with Mayor Colleen Walker and the young people who worked on repainting a local underpass in the Cobholm area of Great Yarmouth. The young people designed and painted a graffiti mural using the themes of the Olympics, the Diamond Jubilee and youth culture. Picture: James Bass
A royal mail postbox painted gold on Station Road South in Belton after Jessica-Jane Applegate won a gold medal in the S14 200m freestyle final at the London 2012 Paralympics. Picture: James Bass
Opening of Great Yarmouth Arts festival in The Minster Church of St Nicholas. Angelina Delgardo with The Dandy Boys by Paul Richardson.
A shoal of herrings greeted people into the Minster throughout the festival.
East Coast Truckers Convoy at County Hall, Norwich at the start of the journey to Pleasurewood Hills for children with special needs. Elliot Furlong with driver Ashley McDonald.Photo: Steve Adams
East Coast Truckers Convoy at County Hall, Norwich at the start of the journey to Pleasurewood Hills for children with special needs. Five year old Steven Sturman with driver Nick Revitt.Photo: Steve Adams
postbox painted gold for jessica jane
Making their mark - Norfolk youth councillors take their campaign to The Forum in Norwich. From left: Annie Baldwin, Broadland, Sarah Freestone, Great Yarmouth, Rory Cruickshank, Norwich South, and Izzy Pitman, South Norfolk. Photo: Bill Smith
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