Light over spooky path finally fixed to neighbour's delight
- Credit: Maya Derrick
Safety concerns raised about a "pitch black" walkway in the city have finally been abated after a street light has been fixed.
David Plummer turned to the Evening News as part of the 'We'll Sort It' campaign after a lamp outside his home flickered out more than two months ago.
But the beacon is finally illuminated again courtesy of Norwich Residential Management (NRM).
David said: "The guy came this morning and lowered the lamp because it's on a hinge base.
"They didn't use a cherry picker lift at all."
An NRM spokesman previously said the work would be completed on Wednesday.
David added: "It just shows that if you make a fuss and get the backing of the paper - which helped quite a bit, to be honest - these things can get sorted."
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