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  • Richard Summers, from Poringland, who is fighting the closure of the Veterans 'Welfare Service in Norwich.

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  • Richard Summers, 69, from Poringland, is angry that veterans can no longer contact a local office.

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  • Poringland Singers meets on Tuesdays between 7. 30pm and 9pm.

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  • Police officers were called to Long Lane in Stoke Holy Cross, near Poringland, just before midnight last night (Friday) after reports of a gathering of 15 people with weapons involved.

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  • The two police officers later turned up at her home in Poringland, near Norwich, and informed her the contents of her letter had caused offence.

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  • The mammoth 19kg (42lb) cheeseburger, which was nearly half a metre wide and weighed the equivalent of about 100 quarterpounders, was the highlight of the couple's wedding reception at Zaks at the Swan, in Poringland, after they got married at nearby All Saints Church yesterday.

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  • "We live in Poringland and we go to Zaks every other month.

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  • Poringland is a village in Norfolk, England

    May 12, 2010