Dear Norfolk County Council,
How many deaths have occurred in Bishopbridge House in 2019?
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Dear Mr McCauley
Freedom of Information Request ENQ- 381164-Z5L2X0
I refer to your request for information dated
You asked for:
* How many deaths have occurred in Bishopbridge House in 2019?
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