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Bingham has a new sign to mark its twinning links with the Bavarian town of Wallenfels




A sign to mark Bingham’s twinning links with the Bavarian town of Wallenfels has been unveiled.

The sign, a replica of the previous twinning sign, is at the bottom of Linear Park, at the Nottingham Road entrance to the town.

It was unveiled by the Mayor of Bingham, John Stockwood, and the chairman of the Bingham Twinning Association, Clare Williams.

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Bingham has been twinned with Wallenfels since 1984.

The sign was recreated by year ten art students Layla Murphy-Paszkowski, Tammy Howe, Maddison Townrow and Scarlett Edwards, of Toot Hill School.

Mr Stockwood said: “Alongside the growth of Bingham, the friendship with the people of Wallenfels has grown.

“All the effort that has been put into our new sign shows how important it is to everyone in Bingham as our lasting twinning friendship with Wallenfels continues to grow.”

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