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The Following stories were featured on the site in March 2008

Changing Face of the Village- Eighteen new homes, along with play space and public car parking, are being built on this land in Great Melton Road in the centre of the village. Planning permission for the development was granted despite objections from local residents. Planning permission was subject to trees being protected and the inclusion of the play area and pubic car parking. The former house and outbuildings on the site have been demolished.

Ladies March On - Hethersett Athletic Ladies Team moved 13 points clear at the top of the Eastern Region Premier Division with a 2-0 win over Bedford Ladies. The team have four matches left to play and four wins would give them the title and promotion to the third tier of ladies soccer. For a full report and pictures of the latest game visit Hethersett Athletic's official web site  by clicking here. The photograph opposite shows Hethersett's Emily Coates in action against Bedford.

The HEAT Is On - Our photographer caught up with members of the Hethersett Environmental Action Team at the beginning of March as they gave a flower bed in Kett's Close a makeover. To view a larger image just click on the photograph.
Friends Group A Step Nearer - The setting up of a Friends of Woodcote group moved a step nearer following an "enthusiastic" meeting at the sheltered housing complex on February 28th. To read about the meeting click here.
Working for Indian Chidren - A special evening with an Indian theme was held at Hethersett Methodist Church with the Rev Pat Atkinson talking about her work with street children in Southern India. To read the full story of the evening visit Hethersett Methodist Church's web site by clicking here. The event raised over 450 for the Vidiyal charity working in India and Sri Lanka.
That's Shale-Lot -Hethersett Hawks Cycle Speedway Club continued their preparation for the coming season with the delivery of 30 tons of shale which has been spread on the track at the Memorial Playing Field ahead of the new season which starts at Easter.