Six of the best pumpkin ideas and how to make them

Halloween is fast approaching so to save you panicking about your pumpkin, we’ve pulled together six popular designs and guides on how to do them.

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Award-winning pub at Downham Market train station closes after rent increase

An award-winning micropub located on platform one of Downham train station has closed after a rent increase.

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Noise complaints may put Hunstanton theatre at risk, boss says

A member of the team behind the rejuvenation of the theatre in Hunstanton has raised concerns about noise complaints affecting its future.

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Indoor skate bowl property in Terrington St Clement taken off the market

The owner of a house with an indoor skate bowl has taken it off the market and has admitted that he is “in love with the place”.

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The final sketches of a brave Brancaster officer

Extraordinary sketches and paintings made by a young Brancaster artillery officer killed during the Second World War are to be published for the first time.

Moleys Cafe and Gift Shop, in Norfolk Street, King's Lynn, have a rocket from Iraq on their war memorial display, to try and generate interest and raise money for Bridge for Heroes and Help for Heroes. 
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Rocket ‘lands’ at business in King’s Lynn in bid to boost charity funds

Staff at a café in Lynn have put up an unusual attraction in their business in the hope of raising money for charity.

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Fawkes in King’s Lynn’s Walks returns in November

Fawkes in The Walks, Lynn’s annual free firework display returns on Friday, November 4.

Members of Downham and District Round Table present a �2,000 cheque to The Big C - money the group raised from last year's Fireworks display at Denver. Photo: submitted. ANL-161018-094854001

Downham Market bonfire funds donated to charity

Members of a club in Downham have presented a cheque to a local charity, with money raised from an event they held last year.

Southery school's football team in 1949

Southery’s footballing hot-shots in 1949

This picture of the Southery school football team in 1949 has been supplied to us by Lynn News reader Peter Shinn.

Study reveals the keys to a perfect marriage proposal

Study reveals the keys to a perfect marriage proposal

The average woman expects her wedding proposal to take place at a landmark in her home city with a dazzling ring costing £1,013, according to new research.

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 playgroup youngsters and staff are pictured in November, 1988

Memory Lane photos from the Lynn News archives

Happy smiles from youngsters at Gaywood’s Tom Thumb Playgroup pictured in early November 1988. They had been kept busy with picture painting and craft-making as well as Hallowe’en and Bonfire Night events.

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Factory team helps Sedgeford school to grow

Green-fingered pupils at a West Norfolk village primary school can now get out in the garden thanks to the efforts of a volunteer team of factory workers.

How to make the most out of your plummeting pound

How to make the most out of your plummeting pound

The plunging value of the pound can make it disheartening to think about how little bang you may get for your well-earned buck in the aftermath of Brexit.


Hunstanton Rotarians give mock interviews to students

Rotarians have joined up with Smithdon HighS chool for the 2016 series of mock interviews for Year 11 students to practice interview skills.

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Pott Row gardening group backs SERV cause

A village gardening club has donated £1,000 to a prominent health charity.

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Results of consultation on future of King’s Lynn’s Guildhall complex released

As West Norfolk Council consider the next steps for the St George’s Guildhall complex in Lynn, results of the public consultation have been released.

Terrington St Clement Scouts and Cub Scouts take part in a sponsored boat pull in October, 1974

Memory Lane photographs from the Lynn News archives

Heave ho, my hearties. That was the call in October, 1974, when these Terrington St Clement Scouts and Cub Scouts were among 48 boys who took part in a sponsored boat pull as part of the national “Operation Lifeboat” weekend.

These children at the Gaywood Methodist Church Friday playgroup were pictured in October 1988

Memory Lane photographs from the Lynn News archives

When this Lynn News “Playground Parade” picture was taken in October 1988, the children from Gaywood Methodist Church Friday group were getting ready with their black cats and witches’ hats for the forthcoming Hallowe’en events.

Some people genetically programmed to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

Some people ‘genetically programmed’ to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

You really are what you eat, according to scientists, who have discovered the gene that determines if you like chicken korma or Eton mess.

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West Norfolk village community groups told to bid for funds

Community groups in Dersingham are being urged to apply for funding from a consumer after it reported handing out more than £100,000 to similar groups across the country.

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