When you see the Anchor on any item made from a precious metal, you know it has been tested at the world’s largest assay office.
There were some great swims throughout the day and numerous PBs and Season Bests.
East region Records were broken by: Jess Applegate (400Fs), Lynne Meale (50Br), Louise Bush (50Br), Chris Trueman (50Br), Lynne Meale (200IM) & Jess Applegate (100Fs) Gold medals were won by: Jane Blackwell, Giovanna Bertoldi, Sophie Liddament, Jess Applegate, Martin Clarke, Lynne Meale, Louise Bush, Chris Trueman, Alys Rowley, Carl Shaw, Spike Buchan, Ladies 4x50 Medley relay & Ladies 4x50 Fs relay.
This regional presence links in with our national network, in particular the Country House and Estates Office in Mayfair, one of our 8 London Offices.
Norfolk has in recent years become recognised as offering many of the best value properties within a 120 mile radius of London.
See the Swimmer of the Month report for full details.
A team of 14 of our Masters swimmers competed on ‘home soil’ and did City of Norwich Swimming Club very proud indeed.
Its Mark is an Anchor, which can be combined with a Sponsor’s Mark, a Fineness Mark, a Traditional Mark (e.g. During the 20 Century, the Anchor was placed on its side for gold and for platinum from 1975, and upright for silver. vinaigrettes, snuff boxes, buckles, gun furniture and card cases.
The Anchor is the symbol of The Birmingham Assay Office.
Boyland Common, Bressingham, Norfolk Guide Price Of £625,000 A charming 4 bed detached property that has been imaginatively extended and renovated from what was originally believed to be two 17th century cottages with later Victorian additions and still has the potential for further extension. We have had offices in East Anglia since the 1950's with our Norwich and Ipswich Offices opening in 2000.
We subsequently opened in Bury St Edmunds, Chelmsford and in Burnham Market, widening our network of 8 offices covering the whole Eastern Region.
Commuting is having a greater influence as a result of improved direct road and rail links to the capital from many locations across East Anglia.