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Where do you read your EDP? Send snaps for our hall of fame

13:02 11 October 2014

Your EDP. Pictured: The Gangway CrabShop in Cromer. Picture: Supplied

Your EDP. Pictured: The Gangway CrabShop in Cromer. Picture: Supplied

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A Norfolk fisherman has shared where he likes to catch up on Norfolk news – and you have a week left to do the same.

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Martin Newlands is on Cromer beach in his hometown after a long day at sea, searching for crab and lobster to sell in his Gangway Crab Shop in the town.

His picture is one of many the EDP has received in our campaign to capture the weird and wonderful places in which our paper is read.

But time is running out to send them in. Readers have until next Saturday to share their photos before six of the best are chosen to be photographed professionally and star in our advertising campaign.

Already we have captured seven well-known faces from across Norfolk with their favourite title, and soon readers could join the hall-of-fame with their photos part of the EDP’s advertising campaign.

To enter, you can do one of the following, giving your full name, age, address, job and photo location. Tweet your pictures to @edp24 using the hashtag #edp24 and #mylifemypaper, visit our Facebook page or email sophie.urry@archant.co.uk

4 comments

  • So you still cannot tear yourself away from a news website you intensely dislike ? No time for your wind up trolling , some people actually have a life to get on with. Take up a hobby to occupy your time....rock climbing without ropes.

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    LARSON.E. WHIPSNADE

    Saturday, October 11, 2014

  • If I did that I would get RSI.

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    Toxteth O'Grady

    Saturday, October 11, 2014

  • If I did that I would get RSI.

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    Toxteth O'Grady

    Saturday, October 11, 2014

  • So why do you hang around the EDP website like sewage on a blanket all day then John ?

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    LARSON.E. WHIPSNADE

    Saturday, October 11, 2014

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