Reader letter: ‘Arriving to a trail of damage and broken windows was a shock’

A smashed window in Wymondham after the damage. Picture: Courtesy of Philpott & Hall General Builder

A smashed window in Wymondham after the damage. Picture: Courtesy of Philpott & Hall General Builders - Credit: Archant

As one of the Wymondham businesses affected by events during the evening of Thursday, April 6, I would like to extend our thanks and best wishes to the many customers and neighbouring shops for their help during the clean up.

Arriving to a trail of damage and broken windows was a shock for everybody throughout town on Friday morning but very quickly brought out the very best of community spirit and support particularly appreciated from businesses that were not directly affected.

As a wine shop it wasn't the 'smashing' start we hoped for the Easter Holidays but hopefully the person detained will have the help he requires while we all return to business as usual.

All our best wishes from Reno Wine, Market Street, Wymondham.


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