Football fans can expect friendly and fair policing at today's East Anglian derby.
Dereham: Light Dragoons Parade
The Norfolk-based Light Dragoons are set to march through Dereham to celebrate coming home from Afghanistan and to remember their fallen.
350 soldiers are going to parade through the town from 11.00am.
The Regiment deployed to Afghanistan in March and the tour came at a cost. Sgt Lee Davidson from the Light Dragoons was killed and many others were injured.
Sgt Lee Davidson
The Parachute Regiment band will lead the march down Norwich Street towards the Market Place. They are then going on to St Nicholas Church for a thanksgiving service.
There will be several road closures in place including Norwich Street and Church Street which could affect some bus services.
Car parking will be available at:
Cowper Road 2hr
Commercial Road 3hr
Lieutenant Colonel S J Plant MBE, Commanding Officer, The Light Dragoons said: "It is a great honour for The Light Dragoons to be invited to parade through Dereham and to celebrate the links between the Regiment and the local community. We are very grateful to Breckland District Council, the people of Dereham and the surrounding area for their support for us today and to our families while we have been away these past six months."
The woman was left needing hospital treatment after the serious sexual assault on Saturday.
A man has died following a crash in Long Melford.
A third person has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of Dean Stansby in Ipswich.
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