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Reader letter: Abort wind farm plans, we want tranquillity

PUBLISHED: 15:29 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 15:29 15 November 2017

Protesters out in force in Necton. Picture: Jenny Smedley

Protesters out in force in Necton. Picture: Jenny Smedley

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I would like to register my name in support of the discontent of the villagers of Necton with regards the increase of the current site within Necton and which is highly visible along the A47.

Many of the villagers came to live in the village because of the tranquillity of the village. We ourselves came to live here due to the fact that my husband has terminal cancer and wanted to return to Norfolk, where he had lived for several years in the 80s, so we relocated from Manchester in 2010.

We have lived quite happily in the village since then.

We do not live in close proximity of the site, but be assured we understand the villagers who do and their concerns.

We hope that the media can express these concerns and hopefully help to shut down the wanton disregard from Vattenhall of the concerns of the villagers.

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