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Monday, December 9, 2013
Prime minister David Cameron has visited Wells this morning to inspect the damage done by last week’s flooding.
He spoke to owners of businesses on the quayside hit on Thursday, before visiting to the Maltings, where he met community first responders and flood wardens.
Mr Cameron was also shown round the town’s lifeboat station, which was flooded during the tidal surge.
You can support the EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal by donating in the following ways:
• Fill in this form and drop it, with a cheque made payable to the Norfolk Community Foundation, into their offices at St James Mill, Whitefriars, in Norwich. If you are a UK tax payer, a tick for Gift Aid will add 25pc per donation;
• Via the EDP head office, at Prospect House, Norwich – or any branch office – or Handelsbanken on Prince of Wales Road with cheques made payable to EDP Norfolk and Lowestoft Flood Appeal; • By visiting the offices of North Norfolk District Council in Cromer. If you do this, cheques should be made payable to NNDC.
Two Government ministers – Norfolk MPs Norman Lamb and Brandon Lewis – immediately added their own personal £100 donations.