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Village's farewell to stalwart couple

PUBLISHED: 11:50 28 August 2009 | UPDATED: 15:07 14 July 2010

OLD Buckenham parish council organised an evening get-together in the Church Rooms to say farewell to Robert and Denise Ziman who are moving away from the village.

OLD Buckenham parish council organised an evening get-together in the Church Rooms to say farewell to Robert and Denise Ziman who are moving away from the village.

It was also an opportunity to say thank-you to all those involved with the community car service which has been organised by Robert for all villagers over the last 20 years.

Robert and Denise were presented with gifts including a set of framed photographs of Old Buckenham scenes.

Having joked about “getting red carpet treatment”, they were given their own small piece of initialled red carpet during the presentation.

Robert took the opportunity to thank all those drivers who had been so supportive and helpful, especially when asked to do journeys at short notice. He also felt thanks were due to the great majority of the customers who were appreciative of the service that they received when visiting the doctors or hospital. He wished his successor, Mike Craven-Romain, all the best for the future.


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