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There are some perks to living on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, and sitting on the sea wall at Aldeburgh talking to Antony Penrose in the afternoon sunshine has to be one of them. We had started out sitting at a table but had progressed to the sea wall next to the lifeboat station to get away from continuous interruptions. We did not fare much better here as the lifeboat was called out, and...
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