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Philip Keddell

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Crab Line Papers


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Crabline


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www.edp24.co.uk:80

Parish council chairman Christopher West was Herod and the three wise men were council member Bill Firmin, Crabline editor Philip Keddell and Christon Sharp, promoted from last year's role as a Roman soldier, and father of baby Jesus.


www.overstrandlife.co.uk [cached]

Friday 11th November - Philip Keddell talks at The Strand Club, Greek NIght & General Chit Chat
Knowing The Strand Club welcome visitors to their monthly meetings (second Wednesday in the month at 2.30 p.m. in the Overstrand Methodist Hall), I went along this week to hear Philip Keddell speak. Philip is the editor of the famous free fortnightly publication, The Crab-Line, which has a circulation along the coast between Sheringham and Mundesley and inland as far Aylsham. Philip amused members (and myself) with stories about his life and how he came to live in the U.K. Tales about the Crab-Line ranged from controversy over some of the jokes published to, his banter across Garden Street in Cromer with the late Richard Davies. After more than nine years of editorship Philip feels the time has now come to move on to other things but with interest expressed by other parties means the Crab-Line will continue. Philip accepts that new blood will probably change the format but let's hope that the letters, editorial, reports, articles and jokes within the pages, remain as interesting and amusing as ever. Philip, if you read this I hope I have put the comma's in the correct places!


www.crab-line.co.uk [cached]

Philip Keddell set up the Crab Line in September 2002 with the aim of attracting readers who wanted a paper more suited to their needs and a paper which also had a strong appeal to advertisers.
Philip Keddell's signature, editor of the Crab Line Philip Keddell, editor of the Crab Line Contact: editor@crab-line.co.uk


www.overstrandlife.co.uk [cached]

Former editor of the Crabline, Philip Keddell, was 'volunteered' on stage to try his hand at ventriloquism.


www.aboutnorfolk.co.uk

Philip Keddell Editor


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