Problem potholes at Dereham car park entrance are filled in
Large potholes at the entrance of one of Dereham's largest car parks which have caused problems for pedestrians and cars were filled today (Friday).
Dereham councillor Robin Goreham issued an urgent plea this month for potholes at the entrance of the Cherry Tree Car Park to be fixed once and for all after a man tripped and suffered 'nasty injuries' during the town's Remembrance Day parade.
The area has been at the centre of a long-running wrangle.
Breckland Council owns the car park – but a strip of land at the main entrance is owned by a private landowner who lives abroad.
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