Norfolk villages' sewers get £500,000 repairs

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Two Norfolk villages will benefit from £500,000 of sewer improvement work, it has been announced.

Anglian Water said it would spend the money refurbishing North Creake and South Creake's sewerage system.

Work will include some manholes being sealed to reduce the amount of water getting into the system during winter, a spokesman said.

The work has been scheduled to take place in the middle of September and will last for about five weeks.

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