Efforts to recognise important buildings and amenities in south Norfolk as community assets have been ramped up.
South Norfolk Council announced it is working with community groups, parish councils and charities to protect pubs, village shops and other amenities by nominating them for the Asset of Community Value register.
District councillor Clayton Hudson said: “Local amenities are important to the quality of life of our residents. We are working with both owners and communities to make sure that everybody understands the nomination process.”
Last year, there were 37 nominations, of which 27 succeeded. For further information, visit www.south-norfolk.gov.uk.