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Thurton Primary School in south Norfolk closed after flooding causes raw sewage to seep inside

09:41 09 October 2014

Thurton Primary School has had to shut its doors today after flooding.

Thurton Primary School has had to shut its doors today after flooding.

A south Norfolk school has been forced to close its doors this morning after flooding caused raw sewage to seep into the building.

Based near Loddon, Thurton Primary, on Ashby Road, off Norwich Road, is expected to remain closed for the rest of the day.

• For more information please contact the school on 01508 480335 or email office@thurton.norfolk.sch.uk.

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