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2nd Air Division Memorial Library Seeks American Views
Americans living in Norfolk are invited to attend a focus group on Mar 28 in Norwich

Published on March 11, 2019
www.2ndair.org.uk

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The 2nd Air Division Memorial Library in Norwich is inviting Americans living in Norfolk to attend a focus group on March 28, 2019 to share their views and opinions on the Memorial. The Library is dedicated to the American servicemen of the Eighth Air Force who served in Norfolk during the Second World War. The Memorial began as a room at Norwich Central Library in 1963, before being relocated in 2001 after the Library and many of the Memorial's artefacts were lost during a devastating fire in 1994.

The invitation to attend the focus group explains that attendees "don't need to know anything about the Memorial Library or have visited before. Participants will receive refreshments and a £30 voucher as a thank you". The focus group takes place 6pm to 7:30pm GMT.

If you are an American living in Norfolk and would be interested in participating or finding out more information, the Library indicates you should call +44(0)1603 774747, or send an e-mail to comms@christinalister.co.uk.

For those who aren't able to attend, or are based outside of Norfolk, you can also share your views via their online survey.

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