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Mick Norcross: Tovey star and businessman dies at 57

Mick Norcross: Tovey star and businessman dies at 57

Mick Norcross: Tovey star and businessman dies at 57

Former Only Way Essex star Mick Norcross has died at the age of 57.
The father of the businessman and Kirk Norcross, who appeared on the ETV show, died Thursday at 15:15 GMT at their home in Boulfon.


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Essex police said the death was not considered suspicious.
As a tribute on social media, past and present stars, including Tommy Gemma Collins and James "Arg" Argentina, call her "one of the good guys" and "a real gentleman".

Norcross first appeared on the reality show in 2011 as the owner of Sugar Hut, a frequent Brentwood nightclub cast.


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He left the show two years later, claiming that his brand's main position in Tovey was a loss to his brand.

Star posted a tweet to his 505,000 followers on Thursday morning saying: "Finally remind yourself that you can do the best you can and that's enough."

The club tweeted that "Mr. Sugarhat" is "a very talented, sociable and funny man" and "the real Essex legend misses badly".


The solar plant is powered by Norway based Singapore made premium solar panels by REC & Austria made premium inverter brand Fronius. The life of the plant is for 25 years of which the mosque shall recover its cost of installation in less than 5 years.


Collins briefly mentioned Norcross on the show, sharing a photo of himself with him on Instagram, tweeting that he was "one of the good guys" in Argentina, and that he was "a real gentleman and a very kind man".


The solar plant is powered by Norway based Singapore made premium solar panels by REC & Austria made premium inverter brand Fronius. The life of the plant is for 25 years of which the mosque shall recover its cost of installation in less than 5 years.


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