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News office at Cromer marks 10th anniversary

PUBLISHED: 20:02 30 April 2012 | UPDATED: 08:47 01 May 2012

The  News office in Cromer celebrates its 10th anniversary. Pictured left to right, receptionist Sarah Bunn, reporter Alex Hurrell, deputy community editor Steve Downes, columnist and author Keith Skipper, community editor Richard Batson, former recepionist and maker of the cake Diane Hartley, reporter Lucy Clapham and reporter Donna-Louise Bishop. 
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

The News office in Cromer celebrates its 10th anniversary. Pictured left to right, receptionist Sarah Bunn, reporter Alex Hurrell, deputy community editor Steve Downes, columnist and author Keith Skipper, community editor Richard Batson, former recepionist and maker of the cake Diane Hartley, reporter Lucy Clapham and reporter Donna-Louise Bishop. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

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Creating another story was a piece of cake for the News team on Monday.

Work stopped briefly to mark the 10th anniversary of the Church Street office, which saw the paper step back into the main street after two previous office locations.

Former receptionist Diane Hartley dropped in with a cake she had made bearing the paper’s lighthouse logo, which was enjoyed by staff and visiting local writer and entertainer Keith Skipper who timed his daily visit to perfection to join the party moment.

Editor Richard Batson, who cut the cake, said: “It is good to celebrate our presence in the heart of the town, and heart of the wider community in north Norfolk.

“We welcome people dropping in with their story ideas, concerns, advertising queries and photo orders - but we cannot promise there will be any cake left.”

Visit the News office at 31 Church Street, Cromer or call us on 01263 513172.


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