A47 improvement plans ‘insufficient’, Cambridgeshire mayor warns

Not enough is being done to improve the main route through West Norfolk and Fenland, a senior political figure has warned.


Charity day ploughs up blood biker backing

Vintage tractors that helped feed the nation during and after the Second World War were on display during a charity ploughing match near Fakenham on Sunday.

A new Greater Anglia Class 170208 train

Rail strike looms across Greater Anglia in guards dispute

The rail union RMT today confirmed its Greater Anglia members will take two days of strike action over the potential extension of driver only operation.

Barton Bendish Celebrating a Literature Event. Pictured  in front Jill Mason local author with other authors' at the event.

Book launch in village is a celebration at Barton Bendish

An event ‘Celebrating Literature’ was held in Barton Bendish Village Hall on Saturday, September 9.

The Lodge at Old Hunstanton, voted Best Bar in the 2017  Norfolk Muddy Stilettos Awards

Awards recognising top quality ale given to Old Hunstanton and Titchwell hotels

he Lodge at Old Hunstanton and Briarfields Hotel in Titchwell are toasting success having gained awards for serving top quality cask ale.

Becky Adams, customer service manager, left, and Peter Lewis, personal banker, present the cheque to Louise Howard, of West Norfolk Mind.

West Norfolk Mind receives grant for skills training and kitchen appliances from Santander

West Norfolk Mind has been given a grant by Santander which will open the doors to learning new skills in the kitchen as well as updating appliances.

Nelson, Burnham Thorpe, hosts villagers mourning one year since it shut.

Burnham Thorpe villagers mark pub closure

Last Wednesday evening was exactly one year from when the Lord Nelson in Burnham Thorpe closed in controversial circumstances.

Mr Fips Wonder Circus arrives at Knights Hill King's Lynn
Some of the cast getting ready for the first show.
Clowns LtoR, David, Ancsa, Charlie

Roll up, roll up, the big top is back in King’s Lynn

Roll up, roll up, Mr Fips Wonder Circus is back in town, with promises of another “amazing show” to wow audiences.

GV Picture of Greenwoods Store King's Lynn

Administration fear for King’s Lynn store

Workers at Lynn’s Greenwoods branch, shown above, are facing an uncertain future after the clothing chain was put into administration.

New Pub Goldings Opens at the former Wenns. Pictured FLtoR  Jess Marlow. Richard and Lucy Golding( Owners) Kate Anderson.

More than a thousand visitors get a preview of new King’s Lynn bar and deli Goldings

Visitors streamed through the doors of the former Wenns pub in Lynn’s Saturday Market Place during Sunday’s Heritage Open Day to get a preview of the new bar and deli, Goldings.

Downham Tandoori, 52-56 High Street, Downham Market, Restaurant owners opening a new extension on Friday September 15th 2017
Pictured in front of the business are LtoR, Parvin Begum, Syed Milon, Khosru Miah, Anwar Ali

Downham Tandoori reveals new look after further expansion

Today marks a special milestone in the 21-year history of Downham Tandoori as it opens the doors to a further extension at its High Street premises.

Official opening of new shop Divine Beds Direct. King's Lynn High street. Pictured FLtoR  Alexandra Corhan. David Lyles (Owner) Cllr Mike Taylor. Velga Bondare.

New beds store opens in King’s Lynn High Street

New Lynn High Street shop Divine Beds Direct was officially opened on Saturday by Mike Taylor, chief executive of the charity Bridge for Heroes in the town, which the business has chosen to support.

Staff at Calvert, Brain and Fraulo Ltd 3 Portland Street King's Lynn, celebrating its tenth anniversary (in August).
LtoR, Allison Sturgess, Amrinder Chama, Shaun Gayton, Tracy Brain, Peter Godfrey, Roy Brain, Shona Greig, Preja Khanal

King’s Lynn architectural practice to embark on major new project

A Lynn firm of architectural specialists can look back on a string of significant achievements and forwards to an exciting major project as it celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.

Topping out ceremony at Palm Paper 
Derek Harman md businesses and administration and Dr Wolfgang Palm CEO of the Palm group

Brexit ‘is good for us’, says King’s Lynn paper mill boss

The boss of Lynn’s Palm Paper factory has said Brexit will help the site to thrive, as a new £45 million power plant was unveiled there this week.

Nelson Academy Downham Market and Costa Coffee from the Next Store on the Hardwick Ind Estate King's Lynn celebrate Reading Week.
Front LtoR, Natalie Burton (Costa Manager), Andrew Roseblade (Costa Assistant Manager) and (Nelson Academy Principal Sarah Wilson) with pupils at the presentation of the Costa reading books.

Downham Market school receives free book delivery from coffee shop

Youngsters at a school in Downham received a special delivery from a Lynn business last week to help with their literature skills.

Majestic Cinema - King's Lynn

King’s Lynn movie theatre submits plans for expansion

The Majestic cinema in Lynn has submitted a planning application to make room for an additional 220 seats for film-goers.

Sue Wynette, of Ring Associates, during Heritage Open Day when  visitors were welcome to view the office premises.

Ring Associates opens doors to its historic premises in King’s Lynn for Heritage Open Day

Financial firm Ring Associates opened the doors of its offices on Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place during Sunday’s Heritage Open Day so visitors could sample some of the building’s history.

Matthew Still (third from right) surrounded by family and relatives holds up the winning raffle ticket.   Others in the picture, from left - Reflections owner Michelle Mitchell, mother Linda Beech, grandmother Karen Beech, wife Leah and aunt Kirsty Beech MLNF17PB09801

Desperately-ill Sutton Bridge cancer victim has his benefits stopped

A cancer sufferer who has undergone three 15-hour operations since June, has been denied state benefits after he was told he was fit for work.

GE BE Transport Ltd

Saddlebow transport company helps to break new record for moving goods

Saddlebow transport company GE-BE Limited has helped to move a record breaking 5.4 million pallets around the Palletways UK network in the biggest year for Europe’s largest palletised express freight network since its launch in 1994.

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