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Changes to North Norfolk bin collections over Christmas and New Year

Changes to North Norfolk bin collections over Christmas and New Year

Changes to North Norfolk bin collections over Christmas and New Year

21 December 2015

Altered dates for recycling and waste collections, as announced at the beginning of December, have begun.


MP believes community support is strong enough to bring back King’s Head in Pulham St Mary

MP believes community support is strong enough to bring back King’s Head in Pulham St Mary

MP believes community support is strong enough to bring back King’s Head in Pulham St Mary

20 November 2015

South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon believes there is plenty of community support to get a Pulham St Mary pub back in business — and has even said he will give the walls a lick of a paint in a bid to see it return to its former glory.


Conservatives keep control of South Norfolk Council after dominant election

Conservatives keep control of South Norfolk Council after dominant election

Conservatives keep control of South Norfolk Council after dominant election

08 May 2015

The Conservative Party has retained majority control of South Norfolk Council for another four years after dominating in the 2015 district election, with the Liberal Democrats remaining as the only opposition.


LETTER - ‘Let’s keep the election political’

LETTER - ‘Let’s keep the election political’

LETTER - ‘Let’s keep the election political’

27 April 2015

I was disappointed to hear Elizabeth Truss, when interviewed on the radio by Martha Kearney, state that it was perfectly legitimate for Michael Fallon, her cabinet colleague in the last government, to make a personal ‘knifed his brother in the back’ attack on Ed Miliband.


Dickleburgh Sea Scouts enjoy expedition

Dickleburgh Sea Scouts enjoy expedition

Dickleburgh Sea Scouts enjoy expedition

24 March 2015

The 1st Dickleburgh Sea Scouts embarked on a successful expedition to the Pennines in Yorkshire during the recent school half-term week.


Approval given for cutdown library service

Approval given for cutdown library service

Approval given for cutdown library service

03 February 2015

Approval has today (Tuesday, February 3) been given by Lincolnshire County Council’s executive board to controversial plans for a cutdown library service.


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