Following its West End debut at the Leicester Square Theatre, You Win Again – The Story of Bee Gees, is embarking on a nationwide tour, which includes a concert at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange.
Winning smiles from these young anglers at Fakenham – members of the grammar school’s angling club pictured outside their school in February, 1980.
What do you do when life is catastrophically interrupted? What does it mean to have a child as your own life fades away? What makes life worth living in the face of death?
Art, design and media students from Lynn’s College of West Anglia will showcase their work in a professional gallery environment from Wednesday.
West Norfolk residents were encouraged to improve their health and wellbeing during an event at Dersingham Library on Saturday.
Toddlers from the age of two-and-a-half attended Runcton Holme playgroup at the parish hall in February, 1989. The supervisor was Mrs Liz Roberts, who was helped by several mothers at the Monday and Wednesday morning sessions.
Nintendo’s brand new console the Switch is out in just over a month’s time and a host of games have been confirmed for the intriguing machine.
Ahoy there, me hearties, piracy, romance and treasure are coming to North Creake when the Creakes Drama Group stage their annual pantomime. This year it’s Treasure Island, packed full of skulduggery, double-dealing, avarice ...and a bountiful supply of light-hearted jokes and sing-along nautical songs.
Tests have begun on new trains to serve West Norfolk after a report showed the borough had some of Britain’s least reliable rail services.
A display of the extraordinary Anglo-Saxon silver brooches found in the churchyard of Pentney Church in the 1970s and now part of the collections at the British Museum and, kindly lent by their Trustees, will be on display at Lynn Museum until February 25.