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1948 Olympic torch to visit Attleborough High School

14:22 16 June 2012

The London Olympic torch from 1948 will make a visit to Attleborough High School at the weekend.

The school will be hosting its own Olympic fete on Saturday, June 23.

During the day there will be sports demonstrations such as gymnastic displays, football tournaments and dance shows. There will also be trade displays, bouncy castles, refreshments, barbecue and craft stalls. The event will be held between 11am and 4pm.

The fete is sponsored by Breckland Council and organisers are hoping for a special guest to open the event.

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