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Town access support group appoints new chairman

PUBLISHED: 08:28 14 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:28 14 May 2018

New WAG Chairman, Dave Roberts (centre) and Joy Batley present Neil Seach with a Certificate of Recognition. PHOTO: Wymondham Access Group.

New WAG Chairman, Dave Roberts (centre) and Joy Batley present Neil Seach with a Certificate of Recognition. PHOTO: Wymondham Access Group.

Wymondham Access Group

A support group that promotes and enables access, including for those with wheelchairs and pushchairs, has appointed a new chairman.

Wymondham Access Group (WAG) works in partnership with its local community to ensure access issues within the town are addressed.

The previous chairman, who was also a founding member, Neil Seach, has stepped down and has been replaced by Dave Roberts, although Mr Seach will continue to support the committee.

Mr Seach was presented with a certificate of recognition for his contribution to the organisation’s success.

The organisation has expressed its views on a number of topics, including planning applications, parking in the town centre and railway station access.

Membership is free and more information is available via the WAG website at www.accesswymondham.org


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