Blogging is such an International thing but occasionally I feel obliged to bring you some local news from rural Norfolk.
In this vein I can alert you to the fact that a villager in Burnham Market, North Norfolk has written to his local council threatening legal action to have cockerels removed from local allotments. A campaign against this perfectly reasonable legal action has had the affrontery to suggest that "If people move to the country they must expect rural sounds."
It's a village where serfdom is alive and touching its forelock - there is no middle class, only working class or upper class. Obviously there is no such thing as upper class, just middle class people who "think" they are upper class and even more annoying as a result. Locals are expected to sit on walls with straws in their mouth pointing at the BMW's and listening to the horsey braying of retired bankers and other deserving minorities.
Many rich and famous people have holiday homes in the village including Sir John Major who presumably stays there with his long suffering wife Norman.
There are so many annoying cocks in Burnham Market I'm surprised this news story merits a second look.