Travellers move onto land behind Castle Carvery Racecourse in Rackheath

Travellers have moved onto land behind the Castle Carvery Racecourse. Picture Archant Library.

Travellers have moved onto land behind the Castle Carvery Racecourse. Picture Archant Library. - Credit: Archant

Travellers have moved onto land behind a pub and restaurant in Rackheath, near Norwich.

Around ten caravans are parked on a field behind the Castle Carvery Racecourse on Salhouse Road.

Broadland Council confirmed council officers visited the site on Thursday. It is understood the travellers have been there since Wednesday night.

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A spokesperson for Broadland District Council said: 'The area in Salhouse is private land and any eviction notice would be issued by the landowner.


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'The council has been in touch with the landowner and they have contacted a solicitor.'

It comes after travellers moved eight caravans onto land by the Archant Print building on St Andrews Business Park.

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