Norfolk car auction house temporarily shuts due to Covid-19
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A car auction house has had to temporarily close down due to a "possible Covid-19 case".
East Anglian Motor Auctions [EAMA], located on Copper Smith Way in Wymondham, announced the news on Friday, June 26.
A statement on the company's website says: "Due to a possible positive Covid-19 case, we will be shutting the office after today’s sale.
"We will keep everyone updated via our website and Facebook pages.
"We are sorry for any inconvenience caused."
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The independent, family-run auction house moved to Wymondham from its Aylsham Road premises in 2006, having been set up in 1946.
The company has been contacted for further information.
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