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Canaries and Magpies join forces

PUBLISHED: 10:55 09 July 2009 | UPDATED: 15:17 07 July 2010

CANARIES in the Community and Dereham Town FC staff joined forces recently to give Aldiss Park's facilities a new look.

several members of staff from Norwich City FC arrived at Dereham Town with the organisers Jeremy Goss and Duncan McInnes.

CANARIES in the Community and Dereham Town FC staff joined forces recently to give Aldiss Park's facilities a new look.

several members of staff from Norwich City FC arrived at Dereham Town with the organisers Jeremy Goss and Duncan McInnes.

In the morning they painted some of the perimeter fence, but as the rain came down in the afternoon they took shelter and started painting the changing rooms.

On Saturday morning, Jeremy and Duncan were joined by some Norwich City supporters, and Dereham Town supporters and committee members - and they continued painting the perimeter fence and changing rooms.

Aldiss Park manager Ginny Barnes said: “We'd like to express our thanks to the staff and supporters from Norwich City and Dereham Town for two days of very hard work this weekend.”


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