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Downham Market singers created a chorus of protest



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Many singers with one voice, recording songs in November 2011, in support of KLWIN, the organisation which was fighting proposals for an incinerator at Lynn.

The group of poets and musicians came together during regular music evenings held at Downham’s former Hope and Hog café and it was hoped that about 500 CDs could be sold – and that a sponsor could be found to cover the costs. From left are John Preston, Bernie Barclay, Jonathan Toye, Les Chappell, illiam Alderson, Alexandra Kemp, Nico Dobben, Blodwyn Brangwen and Cary Outis. MLNF-11AF11231



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