Norwich pitch and putt course to reopen on Thursday
- Credit: citizenside.com
The pitch and putt course at Mousehold Heath in Norwich is to open to the public on Thursday, after the council deemed it safe to reopen.
The course had been shut since July 11 following the discovery of damage to the course and reports of people interfering with play.
Norwich City Council has now confirmed that the popular course will reopen at 9am on Thursday.
A council spokesperson said: 'By tomorrow we will have cleaned up and repaired damage to the course and we have now deemed that it is safe to expose the public to that area again.'
A group of Travellers who were camped on nearby landed left the area on Tuesday. Norfolk County Council's Traveller liaison team had no direct involvement with them, as the land they were on is privately owned.
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