Following the discovery of the remains of the late King Richard III beneath what is now a car park, I invite my readers (both of them) to identify any other connections that car parks might have with celebrity. To start you off, I present this example, spotted on the wall of St. Giles’ car park in Norwich:
A blue plaque, recently.

I do worry, however, about the activities of some of my readers. For example, a while ago I pictured this blue plaque in some woods in Cromer, on a regular dog-walking route between the Maison des Girrafes and the sea. After I blogged about it the plaque disappeared.

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Cromercrox is a recovering palaeontologist, author and editor who lists his recreations as writing, beachcombing, playing hard rock organ, supporting Norwich City FC and falling asleep.
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