Stalham honours its community heroes
A quartet of community stalwarts has been given a public pat on the back for helping to make Stalham a better place to live.
The four - James Andrews, Flicka Henwood, the Rev Richard Jackson and Doreen Wright - have been presented with Stalham Community Award certificates by town council chairman Barry Mobbs.
Mr Andrews is a lynchpin member of Stalham Town Hall's management committee and organises bingo events for pensioners.
Mrs Henwood's many claims to fame include terms as a town councillor, including a spell as chairman, and work with Stalham in Bloom.
Retired teacher Mr Jackson helped run the former Stalham Dragons holiday playscheme, and Mrs Wright has raised money for teenage cancer sufferers for many years.
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Thanking the four, Mr Mobbs said they had served their community in a wide variety of ways.
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