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Looking to move to Norwich - Advise on the area near Plumstead road : I am looking at moving to Norwich, I have seen a house I am interested in on on Knox road - however it is next door to the Windmill pub and at the end of the road is the Prison. What is the pub like? Is it usually noisy (I understand after lockdown things could change) Also what is the surrounding area like? It seems to be a good location, 20 minute walk to the city centre, good walks close by with lion wood and Mousehold hea
pleasant places for people : previously i posted about ncc's seemingly slow response to creating temporary infrastructure to aid social distancing. they have said they are making plans but appear to be holding off implementating these until funding is confirmed. hopefully this won't take too long as the lockdown may soon end if the public follow the government's example rather than guidance. there have been a number of suggestions for improved infrastructure, but i did read about one today; the
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