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Dereham man records ingenious song about the Tesco traffic problems

PUBLISHED: 15:46 15 September 2017 | UPDATED: 18:13 15 September 2017

Justin Dack has made an ingenious video about the Tesco car park in Dereham to the tune of The Beatles - Let it be, Picture: Justin Dack

Justin Dack has made an ingenious video about the Tesco car park in Dereham to the tune of The Beatles - Let it be, Picture: Justin Dack

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A Dereham man has delighted locals with his witty song about the traffic woes at the Tesco car park on Kingston Road.

Justin Dack, aged 44, from Dereham, has set the Dereham Community Notice Board alight with his Tesco tune - set to the melody of The Beatles classic ‘Let it be’.

Mr Dack said: “The reason I made the video is in response to constant complaints by Dereham residents and beyond about the massive tailbacks through the town at peak times.

“Particularly the trouble people have had exiting the Tesco car park.

“I am an Admin on The Dereham Community Notice Board and I have been involved in many discussions with residents and several businesses including the owners of Dereham Tile Centre behind Tesco who have stated that this traffic problem is really impacting on their business.

“I have also seen many people who have stated that they will no longer shop in Tesco because of the queues and people from outside of town that are now avoiding shopping here because of the traffic.”

The video has been liked over 250 times.

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