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Plaque to be unveiled for WWII bomber crash

On 10 February 1941, a Handley Page Hampden bomber crashed into Bluestone Plantation, north of Cawston, killing all the aircrew, one of which we understand was his 21st birthday.
 
A plaque to commemorate the crash of the bomber will be unveiled on Sunday 2 September at 11.45 am at the memorial for the 1944 “Lucky Strike” B52 plane crash on Booton Road, near Cawston. This will follow the normal church service at 10.30 am in St Agnes, Cawston.
 
Contact has been made with some of the family of the aircrew who would like to be present at the unveiling.
 

Home library service

Reepham Library offers a home library service with books and audio books delivered directly to the door for people who are unable to get out of their home, either permanently or temporarily.
 
For more information, contact Reepham Library 01603 870474.
 

Incident in Foulsham

Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident that occurred in the area of Bexfield Close, Foulsham, on the evening of 8 May 2018.
 
If you can help with any information, call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
 

Plans for Station Road site

A representative of CAM Architects of Norwich will be attending the Annual Reepham Town Council meeting to make a short presentation on development proposals for the former station yard site on Station Road.
 
The meeting will be held at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 9 May in the Town Hall, Church Street, Reepham. It will follow the Annual Town Meeting, which starts at 7 pm.
 

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