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In today's Gazette: Blind couple's plea to thieves
8:11am Tuesday 27th August 2013 in News
In today's Gazette: A blind couple have appealed to thieves for the return of a keepsake of their dead daughter.
Rosie Pulford and Paul Alden were devastated when they discovered burglars had taken a locket containing a photograph and a lock of hair from their daughter Tiegan who died aged 17 months.
* A coach load of campaigners will urge Colchester Council not to close Abbots Activity Centre.
Pensioners and the disabled will lobby councillors at the crunch meeting to decide the centre's future at Colchester Town Hall on Wednesday.
* A £5 million plan has been revealed which would see a Colchester pub knocked down and replaced it with a boutique hotel, restaurant and bar.
The Elysium Group wants to flatten most of the River Lodge in Middleborough and build a 50 bed hotel with a high quality wine bar and restaurant.
* Christian rapper Asher Ministries is to perform in Clacton in the wake of the town's knife crime problems.
For more on these and other great stories, see today's Gazette. There is always more in the paper than there is online.
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