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Caucasian correction

PUBLISHED: 16:39 07 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:23 12 July 2010

THE much-loved caucasian wingnut tree from which Ken Nockles carved a cup and vase (reported in the Mercury this week) was owned and felled by South Norfolk District Council and not Diss Town Council as reported.

THE much-loved caucasian wingnut tree from which Ken Nockles carved a cup and vase (reported in the Mercury last week) was owned and felled by South Norfolk District Council and not Diss Town Council as reported. We are happy to correct the error.


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