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Unsung Narborough volunteers recognised by Breckland Council chairman for work at village museum





Volunteers have been recognised for the hard work they put into keeping a village museum up and running.

Unsung volunteers across the Breckland district have been rewarded with personal certificates for their efforts in the community.

Peter Wilkinson, Breckland Council chairman, took the opportunity to present 62 individuals with his special chairman recognition award.

The volunteers who have been rewarded by Breckland council chairman
The volunteers who have been rewarded by Breckland council chairman

The volunteers helped to build the Narborough Museum as well as a bird hive, and spend their time doing maintenance work to keep the areas up and running.

Mr Wilkinson, said: “The work they do is unreal. Without the volunteers, the Bone Mill and the Narborough Museum would not exist.

The volunteers who have been rewarded by Breckland council chairman
The volunteers who have been rewarded by Breckland council chairman

“It means a lot to be able to reward them as they are silent volunteers and it means a lot for them to be recognised.”



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