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How do you feel about the Heritage Triangle in Diss?


By Newsdesk Diss


With the Heritage Triangle project in Diss coming to a close at the end of this month, a survey is being is carried out in to what people feel about the key elements of the £3.5 million project including the Corn Hall, streetscape, garden and boardwalk, and its aims of raising the profile of the area as a heritage destination.

The Corn Hall. Picture: Mecha Morton
The Corn Hall. Picture: Mecha Morton

The project was funded in the main by the Heritage Lottery Fund, along with support from, and including Norfolk County Council, South Norfolk Council, Diss Town Council and the Arts Council.

Diss Heritage Triangle. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography.
Diss Heritage Triangle. Picture: Mark Bullimore Photography.

The survey, which is anonymous and takes around five minutes, closes at 6pm on Sunday, March 31

Click here: Heritage Triangle Survey



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