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Plaque presented at borough council office for service during the pandemic

Borough council staff with the Mr David Goddard, Deputy Lieutenant for Norfolk, the Mayor and Leader of the borough outside the King's Court office.

Published: Wednesday, 16th March 2022

Borough council staff from areas including Community Safety Noise and Nuisance, Customer Information Centre, Careline and Graphics were invited to the unveiling of a plaque by the Norfolk Lieutenancy.

Mr David Goddard, a Deputy Lieutenant for Norfolk, visited the borough council office at King’s Court, King’s Lynn, on Monday 14 March to present the plaque which recognises the borough council for its resilience and special service to the west Norfolk community during the Covid pandemic.

David Goddard DL said: “I’m pleased that representatives from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk can be here today and thank them for the support they have given our community and business sector during such unprecedented times.

“This plaque is a lasting tribute to remember and appreciate the accomplishments of all those who stepped forward to assist our local community.” 

These special commemorative plaques were commissioned by the Lord-Lieutenant and funded by generous sponsorship from several Norfolk based charities and organisations. 

Cllr Harry Humphrey, Mayor of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, added: “The plaque commemorates community resilience and the plaque reads live your best, act your best and think your best today. I think our whole community lived up to that during the pandemic and I hope that will continue.”

The plaque is displayed outside the front door at King’s Court.

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