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Norwich needs votes boost in national internet poll

PUBLISHED: 12:37 23 February 2011

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Norwich is currently languishing in lowly 84th position in an online poll looking to find “Britain’s favourite town”.

The website of Information Britain, an organisation that supplies tourism information, is running the light-hearted poll and has already attracted over 100,000 votes.

The slightly flawed name referring to looking for “towns” should mean that Norwich, a city, should not be included in the poll.

But the competition is open to cities as well, characterised by Newcastle leading the way with over 8,900 votes in first place, from Bristol and Manchester with over 6,000 in second and third.

Boost Norwich’s paltry 116 votes at: http://www.information-britain.co.uk/favouritetowns.php


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