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Now Award Winning!
at the 2019 Norfolk Constructing Excellence Awards

We were nominated in the Preservation and Rejuvenation category of the 2019 Norfolk Constructing Excellence Awards alongside notable proper construction companies as Chaplin Farrant, Feilden + Mawson and MJS Projects.

To our great surprise, we WON FIRST PRIZE in Preservation and Rejuvenation. A tremendous achievement from the Water, Mills and Marshes team, City College Norwich tutors and most importantly the students.

And while in the process of basking in the glory of this award, they were shocked to also be awarded First Prize Overall!

Read our application here Constructing Excellece Awards_Preservation-and-Rejuvenation-2019


Eastern Angles Theatre Company’s 2019 Spring Tour Show…

The Tide Jetty by Tony Ramsay

All venues now on sale. 

Two brothers, Tucky and Nathan grow up on the banks of Breydon Water alongside tomboy, Eliza. The three of them are inseparable. As they grow older the inevitable happens and both the boys fall for her. But tragedy tears the trio apart and years later it is time to discover the truth of what really happened…

The Tide Jetty is a new and thought-provoking play, exploring what we treasure and how and why we preserve it. Tony Ramsay’s previous plays include The Long Life & Great Good Fortune of John Clare(“Compelling, fascinating and dramatic” The Stage)The Anatomist (“A vision of the past pregnant with the present” Time Out) and Bentwater Roads (“an engrossing drama from the numerous pasts lurking around it” The Times).

The Tide Jetty will be touring with Eastern Angles to locations in the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads plus many of Eastern Angles’ traditional spring tour venues from March 2019.

Eastern Angles are excited to be working with the Broads Authority on the Water, Mills and Marshes project, funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund. This fantastic project will run until December 2022 offering people a whole range of events and activities designed to explore and celebrate the incredible Broads National Park landscape and through drama to ask questions about its sustainability.

The BSL performance will be on Wednesday 1st May at 7.45pm at Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich. For further assistance and to book the best seats for this performance, do ring Box Office on 01473 211498 (Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm) or email us.

Most venues have wheelchair access. Please ring before booking to ensure you have the correct seats for the performance.

An induction loop for the hearing impaired is available on request – please ring 01473 211498.

Senior concession tickets are for people aged 65 and over.

Directed by Scott Hurran

Music & Sound Design by Chris Warner

Costume and Set Design by Jasmine Swan

Movement by Simon Carroll-Jones


Our latest newsletter  (no. 8) is out now.



In this issue: Drainage mill restoration, Broads Album, Education projects, Broads in a Box, Art Exhibitions, Podcasts, Medieval Boats, Community Grant funding and lots more. Click the image to view as pdf.

Opportunities to get involved:

Angles Way Heritage Interpretation:

We’re looking for a consultant to research sources of information, to create content for website and interpretation signage along the Angles Way.

Full details here:

Closing date for applications is 18th December


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Thanks for all the support of Portrait. the exhibition at the charming Skippings Gallery in Great Yarmouth. The project will be continuing, ultimately leading to a wonderful social history book.

North Mill Reedham: scaffolding down & looking glorious in the September sunshine.

We couldn't have done it without funding from @HeritageFundUK and a massive effort from our @CCNConstruction students

And it got us nominated for the @constructingexc #CE2019Awards in November!

'The War in the Air 1939-1945' is the latest #BroadsHiddenHeritage dayschool in Acle. Part of @Broads_LPS. Book here to join us on October 5th:

Lots of questions about #sea level rise and what we might have to do to #adapt in the future.

These little hands are going to see some significant #landscape change in the next 50 years.

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