Norfolk Says No

A multi-coloured market is the throbbing heart of Norwich, the surrounding streets are its arteries. The daily beat is supplemented by an assortment of buskers, street entertainers and artists, all welcome to try their hand and let the discerning and not so discerning public decide who deserves a few coppers tossed in their hat. The city council encourages the trade, no licence required.

Wandering back from my daily grind at the gym, I came across several new artistic additions to the marketside streetscape.

If you’re knocking your partner about, get help. If you’re being knocked about by your partner, seek help. Simple but effective.

Norfolk Says No Campaign.

12 thoughts on “Norfolk Says No

  1. This is really good. Here in Jamaica we have been recognizing International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (and indeed violence is a burning issue for us right across the society) – and the 16 days following. I am going to reblog this! Great idea. We could do the same to raise awareness!


  2. Reblogged this on Petchary's Blog and commented:
    Here is a post from a friend and fellow blogger in the UK. What a neat and simple idea and a powerful message. As we recognize 16 Days of Activism for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, this might be an idea to raise awareness in Jamaica!

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  3. . . from several of your posts it’s clear that the burghers of Norwich are a pretty enlightened lot – culturally and socially. The old town has moved on since the 13th century!


  4. We had similar messages written on life-size cardboard cut-outs tied to palm trees in Bodrum on Monday The ones in Norfolk have a help line number, unfortunately the Bodrum ones didn’t.


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