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A small rural Norfolk cinema, located in the town of Stalham, that included parts of a tithe barn in its structure. The Broadlands Cinema was opened 29th November 1955 with “White Christmas” starring Bing Crosby.
After it closed in September 1963, it was first used as a furniture store. Later it was divided into two industrial units that are currently occupied by a glazing firm and a kitchen manufacturer.
A planning application has recently been submitted by a Mrs. D. King to replace the cinema building with six terraced houses and one flat.
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