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Breckland Council's Executive Member for Place, Cllr Paul Claussen, said: "No one likes to see food that can still be eaten going to waste and the community fridge is such a simple way to help prevent this.Despite growing awareness of food waste generally, until now there were not many ways for our local businesses to get food nearing its 'use by' date to those who could use it.

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Samuel’s son George later took over the business and in turn handed it over to two of his sons Ernest and Edmund. In 1912 Ernest parted company from his brother and moved to 30 High Street (currently occupied by Corals), and established the present Adcock & Sons business which celebrated its centenary in 2012.Set three miles south of the charming Georgian market town of Dereham which offers a great range of shopping facilities, supermarkets, restaurants and public houses.Yaxham village itself has a more rural feel and a strong local community with a village hall hosting......Anyone can help themselves to free quality food that would otherwise have been wasted.Watton Bakery is the first business to confirm it will contribute to the scheme, by donating a selection of unsold goods daily at 3.30pm.In the 1920’s, Ernest was joined in the shop by his oldest son Hubert, who had trained as a jeweller and watchmaker.

However, Hubert also had an interest in the “new fangled” world of radio and in the early pioneering days he began to make and sell crystal sets.

VIEWING AVAILABLE SATURDAY 13th JANUARY by appointment 01953 882 882A beautifully appointed modern Brick & Flint home in an enviable location offered in immaculate condition throughout.

Holme Hale is just five miles away from the historic market town of Swaffham......

Recycle for Norfolk is working to establish a total of seven community fridges across Norfolk as part of its Waste Less Save More Discovery Community project working with Sainsbury's.

The Adcock family has a long history of trading in Watton dating back to 1811, after the family had moved from Norwich.

In 1936 a young local lad, by the name of Cyril Woods joined the family firm.