Police celebrate Norfolk Day at community events across the county

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Norfolk Constabulary will be celebrating all that the county has to offer later this week as the force supports the first Norfolk Day.

Friday will see the newly refurbished North Walsham Police Station open its doors with members of the public being able to take a look around the building from 10am to 2pm.

In King's Lynn there will be a stand in Vancouver Quarter opposite Superdrug between 11am and 4pm, and officers and the Police Cadets will be at the Aylsham Town Fete, Worstead Festival and Waterloo Park community event.

Officers will be on board the police boat, with other organisations including RNLI and HM Coastguard, giving demonstrations and advice on water safety and marine crime prevention at Richardson's Marina in Stalham from 9am to 4pm.

Assistant chief constable Paul Sanford said: ''Norfolk Day is a great opportunity to celebrate all that is good about our wonderful county.'


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