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New homes snapped up in Gaywood’s Orchard Place as sales office opens

New homes in Gaywood were snapped up at the weekend when the doors opened to a new marketing suite set up by West Norfolk Council and housing developer Lovell.

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Have your say on Breckland local plan

A six-week consultation has begun on council chiefs’ vision for the development of the district covering Swaffham over the next two decades.

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Reading Well library scheme proves popular in West Norfolk

Reading Well library scheme proves popular in West Norfolk

A new library scheme which offers health and wellbeing books to patients is proving to be a welcome addition in Lynn.

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Oliver and Sally Warner present cheque to nurses from the Critical Care Unit at the QEH. Photo: SUBMITTED.

Hundreds raised for King’s Lynn Queen Elizabeth Hospital

A mother from Pott Row has donated £500 to thank the doctors and nurses who saved the life of her son.

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Jamie, 11, takes on 112-mile cycle as his own ‘thank you’

An 11-year-old boy from West Norfolk is taking on a 112-mile cycle from his local National Autistic Society to its head office in London.

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Official Opening of the New University Centre at the College of West Anglia King's Lynn

Numbers at King’s Lynn university centre on the up

As national reports show the number of university applications has fallen from last year, one West Norfolk college is bucking the trend.

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Middleton Hall Golf Club’s Charlie tastes county success

Middleton Hall Golf Club’s Charlie tastes county success

A youngster from Middleton Golf Club tasted glory in county action last week.

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Daisy is taking on the Superhero Series triathlon

A six-year-old from Lynn who has cerebral palsy and requires a wheelchair is taking on the Superhero Series triathlon.

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Major funding for state-of-the-art technology at Bircham Newton college

A major investment has been made into revolutionary technology at a college in West Norfolk.

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Derek cuts juggernaut down to size

A West Norfolk man has completed a 1:12 scale model of a Kenworth W900 truck, 1976 version, which will go on public display at Thornham Village Fun Day on Sunday.

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Beryl shows it’s never too late to fly high for Swaffham hospice

Beryl shows it’s never too late to fly high for Swaffham hospice

A fundraiser has shown that you’re never too old to reach for the skies.

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N-Joy bar on Norfolk Street, King's Lynn.

King’s Lynn bar’s licence to be reviewed after allegations of cannabis factory find

Police have called for a Lynn town centre bar to have its licence revoked, amid claims a cannabis factory was found on the premises.

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Learn to read for free in West Norfolk

Learn to read for free in West Norfolk

West Norfolk residents who find reading difficult are invited to join a free library project to help up to 750 people become better and more confident readers.

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‘Milestone’ in King’s Lynn housing development

Potential buyers have been welcomed to view detailed plans for a new housing development in Lynn.

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Fairytales and Fantasy in Kings Lynn

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Enchanting day for youngsters at King’s Lynn Fairytales and Legends event

It was a magical day in Lynn at the weekend as visitors turned out in their droves to enjoy Fairytales and Legends day.

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Battling King’s Lynn Stars lose to league leaders

Swindon Robins 48 King’s Lynn Stars 41

The King’s Lynn Stars narrowly missed out on a consolation league point as they went down 48-41 at league leaders Swindon on Monday night.

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�1000 Cheque presentation to The Norfolk Hospice Tapping House by Downham Past Tablers Club holding the cheque Celia McAteer and Richard Mann

Downham Market Past Tablers make a grand gesture

A West Norfolk charity was presented with £1,000 on Thursday, to aid them in continuing their valued work.

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Heacham holiday park fundraiser boosts Macmillan cause

Heacham holiday park fundraiser boosts Macmillan cause

Managers of a Heacham holiday complex have raised £1,785 for the area’s branch of Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Campaigners’ warning over taxi access law

Campaigners’ warning over taxi access law

Disability campaigners have criticised council chiefs who they claim are not doing enough to ensure disabled passengers have proper access to services.

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Norfolk Police crackdown on speeding

Norfolk Police crackdown on speeding

Police will be targeting speeding drivers as part of a week-long enforcement campaign.

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