Chance to represent Sheringham at Lord Mayor’s Procession in Norwich
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Workshops are being held in Sheringham to help people make their costumes for the Lord Mayor's Procession in Norwich.
The free workshops for children to make puppets and adults to make flags and belts will be held at the community centre in Holway Road. The Lord Mayor's Procession is on Saturday, July 6 at 5pm.
Spokesman Richard Grieve said: "Everyone is confident that we can choreograph a stunning family-friendly parade entry to represent Sheringham.
"We know that time is marching on but it is a wonderful creative opportunity with the chance to pick up some craft skills and support your town.
"It would be fantastic if you or your group would like to be involved. A bonus is that you will have your costume ready for the Sheringham parade on August 7."
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To get involved, call Paula Prince on 07519 960371 or Christine Hendry on 01263 825042.
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