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Sense of heritage?

Kit in Caister-on-Sea
Just wondering how much people in these parts of Norfolk (particularly the Fleggs and the Borough of Great Yarmouth) feel a strong sense of connection with our heritage, whether man-made, economic, social or natural. 

Do you feel your life is strongly connected to the area where you live somehow?  Do you feel part of its history-making?  Is it important to you to ensure our legacy to the future is a landscape (man-made and natural) which remembers us somehow, gives something to our children's children to love, enjoy and care for? 

Or is this place just somewhere you feel you are passing through, with no lasting connection, nothing special?  Not worth looking after?

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