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Free resuscitation training

A free resuscitation training session will be held at 10.15 am on Saturday 21 April at Hall for All, Weston Longville.
 
The session will last around two hours and will be led by a resuscitation training specialist. It will include information on first aid awareness, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use of a public access defibrillator.
 
This free event is open to all and will include refreshments.
 

 
 

Spring concert commemorates end of WWI

The Iceni Choir’s spring concert, A Tribute To Service, will be held at 7.30 pm on Saturday 21 April in St Mary’s, Reepham.
 
Directed by James Lilwall, the concert commemorates 100 years since the end of the First World War and the men and women who served their country.
 
Music and readings with Benjamin Britten’s God Save The Queen to celebrate Her Majesty’s birthday.
 

Brandiston church closed after theft attempt

St Nicholas’ in Brandiston will remain locked until the Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) can assess and repair damage after thieves struck during the early hours of Thursday 8 February.
 

 
The church was reportedly entered by two suspects who were unsuccessful in their attempt to remove the wall safe from near the door. A light coloured hatchback is believed to have been involved.
 

Cricket club quiz night

Reepham & Salle Cricket Club is holding a quiz night on Saturday 3 March at Stimpson’s Piece Pavilion. Prompt start at 7.30 pm, teams of up to six people.
 
Tickets cost £10 to include food. There will also be a bar and raffle. Tickets can be bought from Reepham Home Hardware and the King’s Arms.
 
For further information, email: George Wright or Stephanie Harris

Town Council’s concerns over ‘convenience store’ plans

Following its meeting on 22 November, Reepham Town Council has published its response to Broadland District Council regarding planning application 20171974.
 
The plans submitted by Manchester-based property developer Northhold Group call for the demolition of the redundant Reepham Motors garage/depot on School Road and the erection of a convenience store (A1 use).
 

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