Town council announces plans for annual meeting and urges people to come along

PUBLISHED: 14:34 17 April 2019 | UPDATED: 14:47 17 April 2019

The view of Fakenham town centre from the tower of the parish church. Photo: IAN BURT

The view of Fakenham town centre from the tower of the parish church. Photo: IAN BURT

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Residents and business owners from a north Norfolk town are being urged to come along to an annual meeting.

Fakenham Town Council is holding the event to enable townsfolk to find out more about what the group has been up to during the past 12 months and its plans for the next year.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday May 14 from 7pm at St Peter and St Paul's Church, off Oat Street, in the centre of the market town.

As well as electors in Fakenham being able to meet town, district and county councillors, it will also be an opportunity to see presentations of the community volunteer awards and to find out more about EP Youth, the Fakenham Gas Museum and the town's charities.

For more information about the meeting you can contact Fakenham Town Council by ringing 01328 853653 or emailing

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