A former mayor of Diss will be made an honorary alderman at a ceremony later this month.

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Glyn Walden, who served as a town councillor for 20 years and was mayor on two occasions, resigned from Diss Town Council in June.

He will receive the title on September 26 for his outstanding service to Diss and for the many concerts and events organised by him over the decades, raising thousands for charitable causes.

Mr Walden is still a district councillor for Diss at South Norfolk Council.

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  • Many congratulations Glyn. This is very well deserved. Your warmth and humanity has enriched the town of Diss for many years, while your wisdom and fairness and have created paths for others to follow. B x

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    Elizabeth Dewhurst

    Thursday, September 6, 2012



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