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Council urged to fund design work for West Winch relief road

Council chiefs are being urged to invest now in design work for a new relief road that would enable the development of thousands of new homes near Lynn.

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Cars parked on the B1145 between Mintlyn Crematorium and Ashwicken

Bawsey parking danger as sun comes out in King’s Lynn

Cars produced a potential accident hotspot as motorists parked-up to enjoy the weekend’s warm weather at Bawsey Country Park.

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Chamber Roundtable was held at the College of West Anglia.

West Norfolk businesses name faster broadband as a key issue for future growth

Faster broadband and transport improvements are key issues identified by West Norfolk businesses as being vital to accelerate economic growth,

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Honor Howell, assistant director, Central and Community Services, West Norfolk Council.

West Norfolk Council’s digital system up for award

A new digital system introduced at West Norfolk Council to reduce avoidable contact and make it easier for customers to follow up on queries has been shortlisted for a national award.

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Bus Route  Hardings Way  bollards left in the down position.
(The Boal Quay Entrance)

‘Open King’s Lynn bus lane to all traffic’, council report suggests

A report has recommended that a restricted Lynn road is opened to all traffic, as part of wider plans for the multi-million pound regeneration of the town’s waterfront area.

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Watlington Grand Village fete.
Jeff Dorringe

Villagers flock to annual fete in Watlington

Hundreds soaked up the sun at Watlington’s annual village fete on Saturday and donated money to good causes.

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Tony Hall, chief executive of Freebridge Community Housing

CEO of Freebridge Community Housing nominated for Housing Heroes Award

Chief executive officer of Freebridge Community Housing Tony Hall has been nominated for a national Housing Heroes Award with colleagues paying tribute to his leadership.

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Baby Food Brand Piccolo visit Morrisons King's Lynn Pictured in centre Alice Fotheringham  with Anna Hallard from Heartbeeps and parents

Nutritionist visits King’s Lynn’s Morrisons store to give parents advice on weaning

A nutritionist from leading baby food company Piccolo was at Lynn’s Morrisons store on Wednesday to help support parents worried about weaning their babies.

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The Royal Norfolk Show Norwich Thursday June 30th 2016
Clive Delamore from Terrington St Clement with his British Whites, also in pic Angela Hamilton

Thousands set to flock to Royal Norfolk Show

It’s show time in Norfolk next week as the biggest event on the county calendar goes live on Wednesday and Thursday with two full days of action and entertainment.

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James Brearley, Chief Executive at Inchcape Retail UK

Technicians at King’s Lynn’s Hunters Land Rover to benefit from parent company’s new pay plan and enhanced employee benefits

Current and future technicians at motor retailer Inchcape Retail UK, which owns Hunters Land Rover in Lynn, will benefit from a new pay plan and enhanced employee benefits.

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Youngsters make Father's Day gifts during a craft session in the Vancouver Quarter on Saturday.

King’s Lynn shopping precinct hosts Father’s Day workshop

Scores of youngsters created something special for their dad at a Father’s Day workshop in Lynn’s Vancouver Quarter on Saturday.

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Daniel Hall, new business development manager for Williams Refrigeration

King’s Lynn based Williams Refrigeration appoints new business development manager to join expanding sales team in Middle East

Williams Refrigeration, based in Lynn, has appointed a new business development manager who will be driving up sales in Dubai.

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Keith Sandle, owner of Henchman's gaming shop in Swaffham.

Popular Swaffham gaming shop Henchman’s set to move to bigger premises

Swaffham gaming shop Henchman’s has become so popular since it opened five years ago that it is moving to larger premises in the town to meet the rising demand for its products and facilities.

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Nationwide Building Society

Nationwide Building Society stages event in King’s Lynn to help potential first-time buyers

Prospective first-time buyers who want to find out more about the journey to owning their home are invited to an event in Lynn which will address key points about what’s involved.

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

Best Bar Award for Old Hunstanton’s The Lodge

The Lodge in Old Hunstanton is celebrating after having been voted Best Bar in this year’s Norfolk Muddy Stilettos Awards.

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Speed signs, like this one, could be funded by new transport money set to be approved by a Norfolk County Council committee this week

Norfolk County Council set to launch new community transport funding scheme

A new funding scheme for local transport improvement programmes is set to be launched this week.

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Willows Business Park Saddlebow, King's Lynn

Land in the foreground is the proposed site for the incinerator

King’s Lynn land review to take place

A review of options is to be undertaken for a controversial site on the edge of Lynn, amid renewed debate over its future.

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Cheque Presentation at  Mintlyn King's Lynn. To The Compassionate Friends. FltoR Cllr Kathy Mellish. David Clayton (Manager Mintlyn) Mayor Carol Bowers. Jane Heartrick (Compassionate Friends) .Warren Heartrick. Bev Mitchell.

£5k boost for bereavement charity from King’s Lynn group

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Bus Route  Hardings Way  bollards left in the down position.
(The Boal Quay Entrance)

Bid to build new access roads off restricted King’s Lynn road

Plans for three new access routes to be built off a Lynn road whose use is currently limited to buses, cyclists and pedestrians have been published.

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Willows Business Park Saddlebow, King's Lynn

Land in the foreground is the proposed site for the incinerator

King’s Lynn councillor launches public consultation on future of former incinerator site

A Lynn councillor has announced plans for a public consultation on the future of a controversial site on the edge of the town.

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