The system is very firmly in the public sector, in 2010 House Exchange were part of a group brought together by the department of Communities and Local Government to discuss how competitive systems could work together to improve the opportunities for tenants to find a mutual exchange and to move from a paid service to a 'payment by results,' service.101 and House Exchange have supplied technical solutions that have been adopted in both cases.
Gorleston man Bruno Peek is the pageant master for the event and was founder of the ceremony.
The Commonwealth Day celebrations also involves Norwich-based enterprise agency, Nwes, which is supporting a young entrepreneur within each of the Commonwealth countries.
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“This project aims to unify the Commonwealth by finding entrepreneurs who wish for a better life.” Mr Peek said: “I am amazed how quickly this event has caught the public imagination in the UK and around the Commonwealth.
“It is a positive and uplifting way for people to link with and assist fellow citizens of the Commonwealth in a family that spans across oceans and continents.
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“There is a real sense of promise, and hope for the future in this current troubled world of ours.” As part of the day members of the United Kingdom Army Cadet Force will take the Commonwealth flag to the top of the highest peaks in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland on Commonwealth Day.
As well as the mountaintop ceremonies, Army Cadets will observe Commonwealth Day by raising the flag at 53 other locations throughout the United Kingdom at 10am.
Travelling towards the cathedral in the city centre, pass the castle and follow the one-way system, keeping the castle on your left.