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Norwich Rising 2016 - photos and press cuttings

Some pictures from Norwich Rising 2016, as well as PDFs of articles about the event in today's EDP and Evening News.

Here are some pictures from yesterday's Norwich Rising.

Large, colourful musical notes made of wood.

Musical notes

Di Cunningham holding a speech outside the Forum.

Di Cunningham

Speech by Eloise O'Hare.

Me introducing Norwich Rising 2016

Eloise O'Hare addressing the crowds outside the Forum.

Me, still addressing the crowds.

Eloise O'Hare and Poppy Rose

Me and Poppy-Rose

Maria and a group of firemen.

Maria chatting up the fire brigade

Chrissy Sabberton selling Norwich Rising t-shirts.

Chrissy Sabberton

Lots of people on Millenium Plain watching the Norwich Rising events.

Lots of people outside the Forum!

Sue Lane and Mary Benefiel-Dunn.

Sue Lane and Mary Benefiel-Dunn perfoming a song

The Norwich Rising crowd from the back, facing The Forum.

The crowd, with The Forum in the background

The Pride Choir performing outside the Forum.

The Pride Choir singing We are Gentle, Angry People

Another picture of the crowd at Norwich Rising 2016.

More people!

Emma Jarvis singing 'I am Stretched on your Grave' by Sinead O'Connor.

Emma Jarvis singing I Am Stretched on Your Grave by Sinead O'Connor

A sign-language interpreter, with Emma Jarvis singing in the background.

Our sign-language interpreter, with Emma singing in the background.

Speech by a girl from Catton Grove Primary School, read from her smart-phone.

A speech by a pupil from Catton Grove Primary School.

Two women and a baby chatting outside The Forum.

Chatting outside The Forum

Sabrina and Paul.

Sabrina and Paul - two of the many people who helped us organise this year's Norwich Rising (thank you!)

People performing the 'Break the Chain' dance outside The Forum.

Dancing to Break the Chain

The end of the Break the Chain dance.

The end of the Break the Chain dance

A group photo of the dancers on the steps of The Forum.

Group photo!

What the papers say...

Both the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Evening News mention the event in today's paper. The articles aren't on the newspapers' websites but you can view them as a PDF by clicking on the links below!