In this week's diary Sheriff of Norwich Derek James reports on a marathon fundraising effort.
From runners to retired police officers and hundreds of members of the WI, I have been it has been another memorable week as your sheriff.
I'm not sure where Andy McMenemy is now, but last Saturday this tough guy was in Eaton Park as part of his Challenge 66 attempt – running 66 marathons in 66 UK cities in 66 consecutive days.
That takes a bit of doing.
Andy is running flat out to raise money and awareness of ABF, The Soldier's Charity, which helps soldiers, former soldiers and their families and does a brilliant job.
In Norwich he was given a warm welcome by all those taking part in the Norwich Parkrun, which is at 9am every Saturday morning.
A whole bunch of people, of all ages and all degrees of fitness, turned up for a 5km run and Andy joined them saying: 'It's really good to see so many people running and having a good time.'
- 1 Norwich Airport TUI flight delayed by 42 hours
- 2 5 new shop openings in Norwich to look forward to
- 3 Landlady 'hard at work' as city pub prepares for July reopening
- 4 Road closures revealed for Lord Mayor's Celebration
- 5 Can you spot yourself at the Simply Red gig at Earlham Park?
- 6 Police called after sudden death at home near Norwich
- 7 Peter Crouch speaks on bid to track down his 'Norfolk husband'
- 8 Blanket ban: Standing room only for Simply Red fans
- 9 Carriageway of A11 closed after air ambulance called to crash
- 10 Family sue Wetherspoon after man falls to death in city pub
If you fancy a run, or a jog, in good company then the Norwich parkrun is free but you need to register at www.parkrun.org.uk