Staff at the King’s Head Hotel in Dereham are saying it is “business as usual” after its manager resigned today.

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The staff at the 17th century coaching inn, on Norwich Street, will be meeting with owners Reactive Leisure Management from Wymondham tomorrow (Wednesday, January 2) to discuss the appointment of a new manager following the resignation of Elaine North.

There had been rumours around the town that the hotel was closing down but acting manager Bernie Jordache said they had plenty of bookings in the diary and were looking forward to a busy year with a wedding reception in the summer. “We will know more once we have spoken to the owners,” she said.

Their next main function is a Burns Night party on January 25.

5 comments

  • I heard that a a checkout worker at Tesco has Resigned, will the EDP be running a story on that ?

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    ggj666

    Tuesday, January 1, 2013

  • Was wondering what on earth constitutes this to be called news......... unless there is some dark secret which you are hinting about (a scoop perhaps? that will be a change for the EDP being first with some news)....then I guess this is another filler story as they say in the trade on an otherwise slow day?

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    Farquarson-Smythe

    Tuesday, January 1, 2013

  • How about "Great Yarmouth Chip-pan called out of retirement for festive period"?

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    ThePresence

    Tuesday, January 1, 2013

  • Or, "Poll, Should she have resigned, what do you think?" or in other words write your own news

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    fester1902

    Tuesday, January 1, 2013

  • This hotel was great years ago when Bob and Yvonne Black owned it, but why this is new I will never know

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    harry100

    Tuesday, January 1, 2013

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