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Pulham Market Village Sign
In good spirits Pulham Market villagers gather at the village green to watch the guest clergyman who struggles to unveil the new village sign.
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On a wet April in 1979, south Norfolk villagers gather for the unveiling of the new village sign in Pulham Market. At first struggling with the Union Jack veil, a clergyman performs the ceremonial duty to reveal the new sign that bears four emblems - one for each of the original Pulham Market public houses - The Falcon, The Crown, The Ducks Foot and The Queens Head and an illustration of Mary Magdalene, in recognition of the parish church being dedicated to St Mary.