Controversial farm on council agenda
A parish council meeting was due to be held last night for villagers in Great Witchingham and Lenwade to find out more about plans for a former rendering plant building near their homes.
A PARISH council meeting was due to be held last night
for villagers in Great Witchingham and Lenwade to find out more about plans for a former rendering plant building near their
Great Witchingham Parish Council called the meeting over Clay Hall Farm, recently bought by millionaire businessman Graham Dacre for his wife Julie.
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It has caused massive controversy in the villages for the past two years as they fought against a rendering plant built there by poultry giant Banham Compost, without full planning permission.
Mr and Mrs Dacre, who live in nearby Attlebridge, have vowed there will not be a rendering plant there again and their plans were to be put before the meeting, which will be reported on in next week's Times.
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