Orphans force Aylsham meeting’s change of venue
Aylsham town councillors are having to make way for underfed orphans this Thursday.
Members have switched the venue for the next meeting of Aylsham Town Council to St Michael's Infant and Nursery School, on Schoolhouse Lane.
Their usual meeting place, Aylsham Town Hall, will be in use for the Aylsham Players' production of the hit musical Oliver! that evening.
The meeting, on April 14 at 7.30pm, will be held in the school's hall and is open to the public. Among items on the agenda, councillors will be discussing an application from Welbeck Strategic Land for 300 homes and the transfer of land to Aylsham High School for development as a family sports village, on land north of Sir Williams Lane.
Last month the council supported an application by the Youngs farming family including 250 homes and nine football pitches on land west of St Michael's Hospital.
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