The story of Ben E King and the Drifters is now on a tour at theatres across the UK through the musical show Stand By Me – and will be stopping off at King’s Lynn Corn Exchange on Saturday, March 11.
Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen, is the first in a series of novels about the wives of Henry VIII by Alison Weir – and you can win a copy of this bestseller in our Waterstone’s book of the week competition.
The box office at Lynn’s Fermoy Centre was busy during March, 1980, when King’s Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society staged “The Sound of Music”, with a run of ten performances. Pictured are Maria (Patricia West) with Captain von Trapp (Malcolm Napthan) and his seven children.
A winter walk wouldn’t be complete without snowdrops, at Oxborough, throughout February.
A learner driver from Lynn who hit the headlines for becoming one of the quickest to fail a driving test has finally been able to rip up his L-plates.
There was family fun in St Nicholas’ Chapel on Saturday with a Find Ellie the Elephant activity event.
There was a ‘bone-us’ for children when the Dogs Trust hosted an activity day at Lynn’s Library on Friday morning.
Lynn’s St George’s Guildhall is facing a bright future after a £10,000 donation towards a major project to re-develop the 15th century building.
Line dancers have honoured a friend who lost her battle to cancer by raising more than £1,100 for Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The Rotary Club of King’s Lynn holds a celebration of the 90th anniversary of its founding on Saturday night with a dinner-dance at the Town Hall in Lynn.