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St George statue

PUBLISHED: 09:30 22 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:55 03 July 2010

A STATUE of the patron saint of England grappling with a dragon will be unveiled in Great Yarmouth to celebrate St George's Day tomorrow.

The wood carving will take centre stage in St George's Park, which is being revamped.

A STATUE of the patron saint of England grappling with a dragon will be unveiled in Great Yarmouth to celebrate St George's Day tomorrow.

The wood carving will take centre stage in St George's Park, which is being revamped.

The ceremony starts at 2pm with a performance by the St George's First School choir, and then mayor Paul Garrod will unveil the statue, which was made by Bungay woodcarver Mark Goldsworthy.


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