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Thetford Militaria Fair correction

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APRIL ISSUE CORRECTION

Thetford Militaria Fair – Thanks to a production error, In the Auction and Fair Diary the photo caption of Dunston Hall incorrectly stated that the next Thetford fair was to be held there. It will, of course, be held at the Thetford Leisure Centre, Croxton Road, Thetford, as stated in the Diary itself.

The next militaria fair will be held at the Thetford Leisure Centre on Sunday 9 April. It is open to the public from 10am until 2pm, admission is just £3 for adults with accompanied children under 16 admitted free. There is free parking and a cafe open all day. For booking enquiries please phone 07596 436260 or email norfolkfairs@aol.com

 

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