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Somans: Soman-Wherry and the Lord Mayor's Parade, Norwich - 3rd May 1988

One of Nosher's tasks whilst on placement year is the crucial job of decorating Soman-Wherry Press's entry into the Lord Mayor's Procession, held in Norwich. This mostly involves using up a pallet-load of bulb catalogues (as in the planting flower variety) to stick on the sides of a couple of windmills (the theme being "Holland"). Nosher also designed a teeshirt, which was printed by former housemate Barney's company on Ber Street.

next album: Somans: A Soman-Wherry Press Boat Trip, Horning, The Broads, Norfolk - 8th May 1988
previous album: Bransgore Barbeque and Soman-Wherry Drinks, Dorset and Norwich - 2nd July 1988

Outside the Crocodile Building on Heigham Street, suitably prepared for the procession ahead

The float, ready to go

One of the print boys dressed up as a Dutch woman

Another windmill heads down St. Stephen's Street

Big crowds on St. Stephen's

Bill Butler hands stuff out at the junction with Westlegate

The scene near Pizza Hut, at the end of St. Stephen's Street

Crowded streets near Norwich Castle

The crowds line the hill around Norwich Castle

Wandering down the street, collecting outside the TSB on Castle Meadow

Walking down Castle Meadow

Bill Butler strolls alongside the Cartco of Diss lorry that's hauling the Soman's float

The Soman's float

Rachel and Sue

The Soman's gang on the back of the float

Something bright orange

The Dutch 'girl' lifts up his apron

The crowds in Tombland

Throngs of people near the Maids Head Hotel on the edge of Tombland

More collecting with buckets

Soman Wherry, for colourful print

The printer dude from the factory strides along with a bucket

Waving a flower around

The Soman-Wherry float posse in the car park< after the procession

Back at Sewell's Cottages, Emma strokes Gus, our wild adopted rabbit

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Outside the Crocodile Building on Heigham Street, suitably prepared for the procession ahead