Sheringham Town Council receive noise complaint
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A noise complaint has been made against a community group in Sheringham.
The accused party is a user of the town's community centre.
And now they have been asked to lower their noise level.
Sheringham Town Council, which runs the centre, heard the complaint at its latest public meeting.
However, the discussion was held in private and no further details are being made available.
The town council cited 'data protection' concerns and fears over 'identifying individuals' for introducing a resolution under the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960 to exclude the press and public from the discussion in the town hall.
Sheringham Community Centre on Holway Road opened in April 2013 and was bought by the town council for £173,000.
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However, last year a rallying call went out to townsfolk to use it after it emerged the centre was running at a loss.
Between April and June last year 19 groups used the centre. They included regular bookings from fitness groups, Sheringham Youth Zone and a knitting group.