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Police and firefighters fly the flag in support of England

PUBLISHED: 15:16 11 July 2018

England flags are flying from Norfolk Police stations. Photo: Norfolk Police

England flags are flying from Norfolk Police stations. Photo: Norfolk Police

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Ahead of tonight’s semi-final match against Croatia support for England is much in evidence across south Norfolk including Diss Fire Station.

Diss Fire Station flies its support for England ahead of the semi-final. Photo: Simon ParkinDiss Fire Station flies its support for England ahead of the semi-final. Photo: Simon Parkin

Firefighters have taken to flying their support from the highest point they can, with a flag on display at the top of the station’s ladder practice tower.

It on of the public building’s across the region flying the St George flag. Norfolk police stations are also showing their support.

Assistant Chief Constable Simon Megicks said: “We as a force are just excited as the rest of the country and are showing our support today by flying the St. Georges flag at all stations with a flag pole. You have all done your country proud and I hope you keep flying the flag for Norfolk with good behaviour, an excellent atmosphere and tolerance as England face Croatia.”


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