History UsefulNotes / EastAnglia

24th May '17 12:22:46 PM DarcyFoster
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* Surprisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]] and Olivia Newton-John[[note]]although raised in Australia, was born in Cambridge[[/note]] in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.

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* Surprisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]] and Olivia Newton-John[[note]]although raised in Australia, was born in Cambridge[[/note]] in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]]....villages[[/note]], Music/EdSheeran[[note]]although born in West Yorkshire, was raised in Suffolk[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.
10th Jan '17 5:26:58 AM Morgenthaler
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** Hilariously enough, however, Suffolk is the home of CradleOfFilth, with Dani Filth himself being based in Ipswich. This is a fact that [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/music-news/8239258/Suffolk-tourist-board-embarrassed-after-metal-band-Cradle-of-Filth-voted-countys-greatest-icon.html seems to embarass]] the local tourism boards, which want absolutely nothing to do with them.

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** Hilariously enough, however, Suffolk is the home of CradleOfFilth, Music/CradleOfFilth, with Dani Filth himself being based in Ipswich. This is a fact that [[http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/music-news/8239258/Suffolk-tourist-board-embarrassed-after-metal-band-Cradle-of-Filth-voted-countys-greatest-icon.html seems to embarass]] the local tourism boards, which want absolutely nothing to do with them.
14th Dec '16 10:52:40 AM penguinist
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** ''Thetford'': A small town near Thetford Forest, one of England's largest forests.

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** ''Thetford'': A small town near Thetford Forest, one of England's largest forests.
forests. Birthplace of ThomasPaine.
25th Jul '16 12:08:44 PM DarcyFoster
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* '''Fenland''' or '''The Fens''' is a an area which crosses the Norfolk and Cambridgeshire boundary. It was previously marshland but was drained in the late 1700s and early 1800s and is now some of the most fertile farmland in the country, along with being exceptionally flat. Most of the area's towns are built on high land which formed islands in the marsh, the most notable of these being Wisbech and the city of Ely. The area is also home to a large Eastern European population who recently immigrated there to work on the land after a number of Eastern European countries joined UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion. As a result the area is more pro-UKIP than most of the UK, and the Fenland town of Ramsey became the first town council to be run by UKIP.

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* '''Fenland''' or '''The Fens''' is a an area which crosses the Norfolk and Cambridgeshire boundary. It was previously marshland but was drained in the late 1700s and early 1800s and is now some of the most fertile farmland in the country, along with being exceptionally flat. Most of the area's towns are built on high land which formed islands in the marsh, the most notable of these being Wisbech and the city of Ely. The area is also home to a large Eastern European population who recently immigrated there to work on the land after a number of Eastern European countries joined UsefulNotes/TheEuropeanUnion. As a result the area is more pro-UKIP than most of the UK, and the Fenland town of Ramsey became the first town council to be run by UKIP.
UKIP. The district council of Fenland was one of the top ten councils in the ''entire United Kingdom'' to vote to leave the EU in the 2016 referendum.



* Surprisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]]in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.

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* Surprisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]]in [[/note]] and Olivia Newton-John[[note]]although raised in Australia, was born in Cambridge[[/note]] in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.
18th Mar '16 10:11:25 AM RichardSeven
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20th Feb '16 2:27:40 PM LordGro
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** ''Bury St Edmunds'': A medium sized town named after St Edmund, an East Anglian king who was martyred fighting the [[UsefulNotes/{{Denmark}} Danes]] after he refused to renounce Christ.

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** ''Bury St Edmunds'': A medium sized town named after [[Myth/StEdmundOfEastAnglia St Edmund, Edmund]], an East Anglian king who was martyred fighting the [[UsefulNotes/{{Denmark}} Danes]] after he refused to renounce Christ.
22nd Jan '16 4:07:33 PM nombretomado
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** Given this, it's hardly surprising that StephenFry is from Norfolk (raised in a village outside Reepham[[note]]pron. ''Reefham''. Just so you know.[[/note]]).

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** Given this, it's hardly surprising that StephenFry Creator/StephenFry is from Norfolk (raised in a village outside Reepham[[note]]pron. ''Reefham''. Just so you know.[[/note]]).



* Surpisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]]in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.

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* Surpisingly Surprisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]]in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.
21st Jan '16 3:35:27 PM Morgenthaler
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** ''Bury St Edmunds'': A medium sized town named after St Edmund, an East Anglian king who was martyred fighting the [[{{Denmark}} Danes]] after he refused to renounce Christ.

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** ''Bury St Edmunds'': A medium sized town named after St Edmund, an East Anglian king who was martyred fighting the [[{{Denmark}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Denmark}} Danes]] after he refused to renounce Christ.
15th Jan '16 7:07:49 PM Kinitawowi
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* '''Norfolk''': Although home to two large shopping centres, several live music venues and one the largest universities in England, the University of East Anglia. Norwich and Norfolk in general are often (rather unfairly) stereotyped as being at best remote, unsophisticated and out of step with national trends, even by East Anglian standards; and at worst, incestuous and almost medieval the closest American CulturalTranslation might be the more exaggerated depictions of the DeepSouth. This 'otherness' is humorously acknowledged by the inhabitants, who have an old and self-deprecating saying: someone or something is ''"normal for Norfolk"''. Norfolk's main towns include:

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* '''Norfolk''': Although home to two large shopping centres, several live music venues and one the largest universities in England, the University of East Anglia. Norwich and Norfolk in general are often (rather unfairly) stereotyped as being at best remote, unsophisticated and out of step with national trends, even by East Anglian standards; and at worst, incestuous and almost medieval [[note]]it has to be said, not entirely inaccurately - King's Lynn in particular was historically one of the biggest and most important towns in the country, thanks largely to the port, but TheIndustrialRevolution pretty much left the entire county behind[[/note]] the closest American CulturalTranslation might be the more exaggerated depictions of the DeepSouth. This 'otherness' is humorously acknowledged by the inhabitants, who have an old and self-deprecating saying: someone or something is ''"normal for Norfolk"''. Norfolk's main towns include:
9th Dec '15 2:10:04 PM Kinitawowi
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* Surpisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]]in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.

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* Surpisingly little rock or pop music of note comes out of East Anglia. The Singing Postman[[note]] Ipswich [[/note]] in the 1960's, Brian Eno [[note]]Woodbridge, Suffolk [[/note]]in the 1970's, Nick Kershaw[[note]]From Bristol but brought up in Ipswich[[/note]] in the 1980's, Cathy Dennis[[note]]Norwich[[/note]] in the 1990's, spoof folkies The Kipper Family, Music/BethOrton [[note]]born and raised in Dereham, Norfolk before moving to London in her teens[[/note]] Music/TheDarkness [[note]]Lowestoft, Suffolk[[/note]], and SpaceRock band Music/UndergroundZero[[note]]Norwich and various North Norfolk villages[[/note]].... and that's pretty much it.
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