Hunstanton’s new farmers’ market a hit

Hunstanton’s new farmers’ market has got off to a flyinig start after it was held for the first time at St Edmunds Church.


Group BID to prepare businesses for vote in King’s Lynn

Businesses across Lynn are being called on to attend the BID Steering Group meeting next week to find out all they need to know to be prepared for October’s vote.

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King’s Lynn bus changes under fire - again

The mother of a Lynn student has raised concerns the Stagecoach bus service changes caused by Heacham roadworks would make her child late for school.

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Harpley energy assessment business wins two accolades in national awards scheme

A Harpley business anonymously nominated by a client for an award in a national scheme is delighted to have received not just one but two prizes in recognition of its achievements.

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Positive response to launch of new business units at Lynn trade park

The launch of the second phase of a new business development on Lynn’s Hardwick Road on Friday has underlined confidence in the market and the sale of one unit is imminent.

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Co-op takes over Budgens in Dersingham

A village store is set for a £650,000 investment after it was announced that it will be taken over by a rival chain.

Sea Life Sanctuary mascot Lilly the Seal collecting towels from Wilko.
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King’s Lynn store helps the seals

Lynn’s popular Wilko store has been inundated with laundry and that’s great news for the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary.

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Sandringham gets £½m in EU money

An investigation by an environmental campaign group has found that Sandringham estate received more than £550,000 in an EU subsidy last year.

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The new team at The Old Bank Bistro and Coffee Shop in Snettisham. From left,  Lewis King,  Aga King and Alastair King. Picture: Supplied

New owners of The Old Bank Bistro and Coffee Shop at Snettisham put quality on the menu

Since husband and wife team Lewis and Aga King took over The Old Bank Bistro and Coffee Shop at Snettisham this summer business has surpassed expectations.

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Swaffham leisure group launches new website to find holiday ‘get-away’ options across the UK

Swaffham-based leisure group Harvey Longsons has launched a new online directory which will help people to find their ideal static, holiday lodge or residential park home.

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Embrace technology at every level of business

It’s not what you know, it’s who you know, that’s been the saying in business for many a year.

Swaffham's Premier Travel will be pedalling to raise pounds. Pictured, from left, are Kayleigh Rowland, Leisa Pritt and Sarah Rowland. ANL-160929-154337001

Swaffham’s Premier Travel team will be pedalling to raise pounds for Cancer Research UK

Premier Travel in Swaffham is gearing up to raise money to support cancer sufferers with a 24-hour bike ride in the branch.

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Care company Home Instead creates 50 new jobs and moves to new base in King’s Lynn

Fifty new jobs have been created with Lynn-based Home Instead Senior Care which is extending its catchment area to include Swaffham and Dereham.

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Burnham Thorpe pub to keep its historic benches

Villagers in Burnham Thorpe who have feared for the future of a historic pub have been reassured by its owners.

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Holkham gains multi-million venue for weddings

A refurbished and transformed Lady Elizabeth Wing at Holkham Hall is now open following an 18-month, multi-million pound investment.

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New £2.1million project to help Lincolnshire’s unemployed get back into work

Job seekers in greater Lincolnshire can now access tailored support to help them get back into work thanks to a new project.

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Worst view in King’s Lynn sought

Back for its third year, the search to find the UK’s worst view has returned – and its organisers are looking for homeowners in Lynn to get involved.

Director of nursing Catherine Morgan congratulates Linda Sumner on her retirement.

Nurse retires after delivering hundreds of babies in West Norfolk

An auxiliary nurse who has helped to bring hundreds of babies into the world is retiring after 44 years.

Come on you Linnets as FA Cup fever comes to King’s Lynn

Come on you Linnets as FA Cup fever comes to King’s Lynn

Lynn will be hit by FA Cup fever this weekend when the town’s football club hope to move a step nearer drawing a big fish and a place in the national spotlight.

New CAB office opens at Broadland Housing, Hospital Walk, King's Lynn 
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King’s Lynn included in social exclusion project

A new scheme set up to support anyone at risk from social exclusion is launching on Monday, thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund and the European Social Fund.

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