Mayors of Sheringham and Ottendorf meet ahead of twinning association’s 30th anniversary celebrations
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For 30 years, it has provided a bridge between two towns separated by the North Sea.
And now a group from Sheringham is planning a visit to Otterndorf in Germany to mark the anniversary of the towns' twinning association.
Members of the Sheringham-Otterndorf Twinning Association will go to Otterndorf - which is near Hamburg on the North Sea coast - at the end of August for a five-night stay.
The group will be joined by two members from the Lions Club, who hope to start a partnership with the Lions in Otterndorf.
Otterndorf's Bürgermeister (mayor) came to Sheringham earlier in June to take part in the Poppyline Marathon and met his Sheringham counterpart, Madeleine Ashcroft.
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If anyone is interested in joining the twinning group or any past members who would like to renew friendships, call Evelyn Meakin on 01263 823818.
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