On Wednesday 8th February, I was honoured to give a talk at the iconic Norfolk Record Office where so much wonderful research material, stretching from far off medieval times, is stored. I have spent many happy hours pouring over documents and photographs AND NOW I was here as a guest lunchtime speaker. About fifty people turned up to see my brand new slide show, outlining the remarkable life of Kindertransport refugee Joe Stirling, whose destiny was to become Sheriff of Norwich (and so much more!) The audience were attentive and respectful as I described my research journey, including ‘footstepping’ his parents’ final forced walk through Koblenz in March 1942, on their way to Poland and their deaths at Sobibor death camp. Happier photos followed and the audience were delighted when Joe stood to join me for a question and answer session. He answered four or five questions in his usual eloquent style. And then we signed books! Very very pleased and our thanks go to Karen Gaffney and her team at NRO who organised the event. And for all the tweets they were sending out!