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Fire crews from across Norfolk at Great Hockham fire

Fire crews from across Norfolk are currently dealing with a serious blaze at a thatched building in Great Hockham.

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Swaffham Lions take a stand to help Foodbank

Swaffham Lions take a stand to help Foodbank

As Christmas preparations continue for many families in our area, a community group has been doing its bit to help people who face the festive season in need.

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Wissington factory boss gives award money to West Norfolk Mind

Wissington factory boss gives award money to West Norfolk Mind

An award-winning safety officer at a West Norfolk factory has helped a prominent local charity with his prize.

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West Norfolk MP backs new housing initiative

North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham has given his backing to a new initiative intended to attract and train more people to help build new homes across Britain.

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Volunteers sought for Swaffham gritting scheme

Volunteers are being sought to help keep pavements clear of snow and ice in Swaffham this winter.

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Report reveals where in the UK over 50s struggle most to get a GP appointment

Report reveals where in the UK over 50s struggle most to get a GP appointment

The over 50s are finding it difficult to see their GP, according to research by Saga Health Insurance which reveals the places in the UK where over 50s say they struggle most to get an appointment with a doctor.

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Clenchwarton Playgroup in November 1990

Memory Lane photos from the Lynn News archives

These children at Clenchwarton Playgroup in November, 1990, were looking forward to the yuletide festivities – with a Christmas play and party planned at the Memorial Hall.

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New women’s centre to open in King’s Lynn

New women’s centre to open in King’s Lynn

A women’s centre is set to open in Lynn next Thursday, to offer all women information, advice and support.

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The Sutton Bridge company behind your chips and crisps

Ever wondered where your crisps and chips come from? Ever wondered how it is that potatoes are grown and processed into becoming the goods we all know and love? Well, an event held last Thursday helped answer those questions.

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Dishonoured 2 is in the running to be crowned the Game of the Year

Console Corner: Dishonoured 2 review

An honour to play Dishonoured 2.

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Letters: Peter Barker, December 2, 2016

The Corn Exchange has just published its new programme for January to April.

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Building Bridges for West Norfolk Young Carers

West Norfolk Young carers have recently successfully completed the West Norfolk Carers (WNC) Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers Life Skills Course.

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St Clement’s High supports Young Carers

Students from St Clement’s High School in Terrington St Clement presented Emma Kandjou, from West Norfolk Young Carers, with a cheque for £246.02 raised from an end-of-year fun walk.

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Letters: Malcolm Cox, December 2, 2016

Thanks to Edward Wheatley for another reply (November 22).

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Nature notes for December by Malcolm Cox

There is a line from Emile Zola’s “Blood Sex and Money” (do not be put off by the title) when the hero Gervaise Macquart turns to Katherine as she nears death which runs: “The sea, just look at the sea, when you look at it you can believe that anything is possible.”

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Your truly patriotic correspondent Richard J C English writes along the lines to just accept the EU referendum result as a done deal (Lynn News, November 25) and stop moaning.

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Letters: Edward Wheatley, December 2, 2016

Letters: Edward Wheatley, December 2, 2016

Sadly I have to agree with Mr Vinehill’s gloomy analysis that it is the major multi-national companies who have the real power.

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Letters: Cause and afect? December 2, 2016

I see that it is proposed to close the public conveniences in and near Lynn.

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Two seriously hurt in three-car crash on A149 at Snettisham

Two people remain seriously ill in hospital this afternoon following a crash on the A149 at Snettisham yesterday afternoon.

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Benefits of daily asprin outweigh risks

Benefits of daily aspirin outweigh risks

The benefits of an aspirin a day really do outweigh the risks, according to new research.

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