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Flitcham's community response to the Covid pandemic has been recognised with the presentation of a plaque to be displayed in the village.

Peter Wilson, a vice-lord-lieutenant of Norfolk, visited Flitcham this week to hand over the plaque as a symbol of the village's resilience during the pandemic and in acknowledgement of how Norfolk's communities pulled together during challenging times.

Receiving the plaque on behalf of the community were (from left) Gill Welham, parish clerk, Terry Allen and Ann Beasley both parish councillors and Peter Wilson.

The plaque presentation at Flitcham: (from left) Gill Welham Parish Clerk, Terry Allen and Ann Beasley, both Parish Councillors, and Peter Wilson.
The plaque presentation at Flitcham: (from left) Gill Welham Parish Clerk, Terry Allen and Ann Beasley, both Parish Councillors, and Peter Wilson.

The plaque will be placed on the Community Centre wall.



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