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Tapping, hacking and bent coppers in Greater Snoring

8 August 2011

Those who were familiar with the delights of Greater Snoring in the very heart of Norfolk’s idyllic countryside will need no further description. For those of you in the cold north, the Welsh west, the crowded south or the watery east, it was a conurbation so blissfully rural that most gardens had a spreading chestnut tree, a babbling brook running through, a small herd of catt le that obediently stared at passers by and a house that was so fascinating in its design that it featured in every edition of Pevsner since doomsday book.

It was also a happy place, where all the shops were privately owned and there was not a Tesco or a Sainsbury's or an Asda within miles. Here solicitors’ offices nestled among the local baker, the butcher and even the candlestick maker (for the owners of many of the great houses preferred to eschew the burgeoning electricity charges imposed by foreign owned energy companies that hold this country to ransom). Practitioners were held in high regard ...

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