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Improved health and safety signage for Thetford town centre

18th August 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

The installation of improved health and safety signage is planned as part of a £2 million redevelopment package for Thetford, Norfolk.

Moving Thetford Forward has secured the funding after proving its development programme was meeting the government's localism agenda, reported

Revamped safety signage for the town centre will go ahead, alongside cosmetic shop front work, street furniture and lighting.

Some of the cash will go toward a new skate park, while a significant amount will be injected into the refurbishment of the footway and cycleway of Haling Path.

William Nunn, head of Breckland Council and chairman of Moving Thetford Forward, told the news provider: "This is a major coup for the Moving Thetford Forward programme and the town as a whole.

"Work can now continue on a number of projects that will really make a difference to the residents of Thetford."

Also, a listed library in Birmingham, closed for almost two years, will reopen later this month after a £665,000 refurbishment project that has included the installation of office door signs.


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