Yesterday’s Interview at the Belfry with COAST Trustees
On a cold damp October morning yesterday, despite the weather, a stalwart group of COAST trustees made its way to Overstrand. At the Belfry with along with other COAST supporters we met BBC Radio Norfolk reporter Amy Nomvula. She interviewed us for the Jack Jay Show. We discussed how the festival has grown over the last 10 years and what we can expect in festival week 2019.
Amy Nomvula interviewed each of us in turn. We gave our own perspective on how we became involved in the festival. We also discussed what it means to us and what we were looking forward to experiencing at this year’s coming festival week. There is the usual eclectic mix of art and music. Moreover you will also hear some interesting information about the Belfry Centre where COAST holds many of its events. You will also hear about Cromer Soul Club from DJ Funky Chicken.
COAST is now in its 10th year. If you’d like to hear a little about the history of COAST follow the link above. You will also hear some of what goodies are coming up this year. Alternatively click on the BBC Norfolk Radio logo or follow this link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07n3cmf
The interview can be found at 1 hour 54 minutes and 33 seconds. In addition in the background you will also hear Bats in the Belfry performing Baby Face.