Norwich Cathedral was evacuated when a fire alarm went off just as the Norwich School’s remembrance service was about to start.

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Firefighters were called just after 10.30am today and an automated announcement urged people to leave the ancient building.

A fire crew from the Norwich Carrow base went to the cathedral and, by 11am, they had established that it was a false alarm.

The remembrance service will now go ahead at noon.

The names of more than a hundred Norwich School pupils who lost their lives in the first and second world wars will be read out.

Cathedral sacrist Roger Lee said the alarm was triggered due to a malfunction in a sensor.




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