GY TODAY – TUESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2018

GY TODAY – TUESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2018

Man stamped twice on ex-partner’s head in horror attack

A woman thought she was going to die as her ex-partner stamped on her head twice and broke her nose, a court heard.

Jason Charles, 41, attacked his ex-partner after they both had been drinking at her home in Great Yarmouth, and she suffered bruising, two black eyes and well as a broken nose, Norwich Crown Court heard.

The court heard that he had a previous conviction for assaulting a former partner.

Charles, of no fixed address, admitted assault causing actual bodily harm on April 23 this year was jailed for 23 months and also received a restraining order to keep away from contacting his ex-partner in future.

 

Public encouraged to get HIV test in Norfolk

People will have the chance to take a “free, fast and simple” HIV test in Norfolk this week.

The Terrence Higgins Trust sexual health charity is hosting a variety of events to mark National HIV Testing Week. From November 19 to 23 there will be free and confidential HIV testing appointments between 9am to 4pm at the Norwich iCaSH clinic. Call 01603 226666 to book an appointment.

On November 21, The Forum in Norwich is hosting tests between 2pm and 4pm. Call 01603 226666.

On November 23, there will be a sexual health drag show at the Quay Pride pub in Great Yarmouth from 8pm. People will be able to take a free HIV self-sampling kit.

The Catherine Wheel pub in Norwich will host a similar event from 8pm on November 24.

 

Road rage incident sees man try to get into another driver’s car at traffic lights

A road rage incident in Great Yarmouth saw a man leave his car and try and get into another driver’s car when it was stopped at traffic lights.

Police are looking for witnesses to the incident, which took place on the A149 Caister Road at around 4.15pm on Friday, November 16.

It saw the male driver of a Honda Civic Type R leave his vehicle, before approaching and attempting to get into another male driver’s VW Golf, before banging on the driver’s door window.

Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have witnessed anything or the sequence of events leading up to and following the incident.

Anyone with information should contact PC David Greenwood at North Walsham police station on 101. Alternatively contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

 

More beach huts being looked at for cliff-top spot

A parish council is considering adding more beach huts to a scenic cliff-top spot as it looks to new ways to make ends meet.

Some six cabins sit looking out to sea at Scratby where owners pay just £75 a year to rent the land.

Adrian Peck, chairman of Ormesby with Scratby Parish Council, said they had taken issue with one of the owners over the dilapidated state of their hut, which had prompted them to review the whole offer.

He said there were once 11, but there could be an opportunity to add more and also increase fees in a cold economic climate which was seeing both county and borough councils cutting back.

 

Seal pups spotted at Norfolk beach as pupping season gets underway

A number of newborn seal pups have been spotted rolling and playing in the sand at a beach in Norfolk as the pupping season gets into full swing.

The newborns have been captured alongside their mothers at Horsey beach.

Volunteers have already counted close to 200 pups on beaches since the pupping season began.

 

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