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Roddons knew of this issues, and have done so for many a month, more like years. One wonders what they have been doing, turning a blind eye?

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You will find the Byall Fen Drove Road leaving Manea is to be closed for six weeks from February 1 to rectify the road edge damage caused by the Mick George trucks transporting gravel from the Manea extraction site.

Biggins Farm, Fallow Corner Drove Manea. Picture: Steve Williams.

Parish councillor David Cole has won the right to remove an agricultural restriction on the house he built in 2003 having proved to Fenland Council he gave up farming 14 months later to become a property developer.

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Queen Elizabeth II meets nurses Sarah Wallis and Daniela Reynolds (right) during a visit to The Norfolk Hospice at Hillington, near King's Lynn. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday February 4, 2016.  The Queen met patients, trustees, volunteers and medical professionals working at the hospice, which has been serving its local community - close to her Sandringham Estate - for over 30 years. See PA story ROYAL Hospice. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

The Queen has met patients and bereaved relatives as she visited The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, that has recently only opened a new £3.4 million facility at Hillington near Kings Lynn.

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Black Hart at Thorney Toll. For a while it becamse a quasi charity store but owners have to prove it is no longer viable as a pub.

A Government inspector ruled that owners of the Black Hart at Thorney Toll – closed four years ago because of falling trade- have not done enough to prove the pub is unviable.

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