Why I love Diss: Kayt Button explains what brought her to the town and why she stayed
PUBLISHED: 06:00 26 April 2018 | UPDATED: 08:17 26 April 2018
A hidden gem on the edge of Norfolk, Diss attracts people from across the country and those who find themselves here often stay for a while.
One such person is Kayt Button, operations manager of the Diss based Social Enterprise Unit 23.
As part of an ongoing series, here, she tells us why she loves Diss:
“I moved into Diss four years ago with my family to be within commuting distance of London for my husband and UEA for me, although I was then transferred to Cambridge but living in Diss meant it was still easily commutable.
“Before we moved, we had visited a university friend who lives here and knew we liked the town, the Mere, the park, and the facilities on offer. Which when compared to our previous home in West Wales, Diss is a metropolis with everything anyone could possibly want.
“Alongside the facilities, Diss serves a much wider community of villages where a wealth of activity goes on, often unnoticed which I have become involved in through my work at Unit 23.
“As a town, I think we should take pride in what we do, what we achieve and strive to unlock even more of the huge talent and potential which is in our midst.”
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