NCI CAISTER DRAWS THE CROWDS AT THE MARTHAM CARNIVAL

7th July 2019. The team from NCI Caister have spent two days at the Martham Carnival.

After rather dull and damp weather on the first day of the Martham Carnival, the sun came out and so did the people for the second day of the event. The team of volunteers from the National Coastwatch Institution station at Caister had a stand at the carnival which proved to be very popular with the visitors, especially the tombola! The team praised the people of Martham for their support and a great day was had by all.

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