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Norwich City gets £200,000 bonus from Norwich & Peterborough

Norwich City Football Club is celebrating receiving a bonus payment from Norwich and Peterborough Building Society worth more than £200,000.


The bonus represents 1 per cent of the average balance invested by Norwich City fans in the society&#39s Canary Account during 1998.


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