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Evening of music, ale and barbering at King’s Lynn emporium

Lynn’s Captain Fawcett’s Emporium, based on Hardwick Narrows Estate, is holding an evening of master barbering, music and ale on Tuesday.

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King’s Lynn goes back to the Twenties

REVIEW: The Cabinet of Dr Caligari with live music by Minima,

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The 'Tulip' canned meats factory in Beveridge Way on the Hardwick Narrows.

LATEST: More than 100 jobs set to go at King’s Lynn food factory

More than 100 jobs could be lost at a Lynn food factory after plans to cut production were announced.

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Community Walk at Hardings Way. Pictured Front right Richard Morrish. Cllr Alex Kemp with Campainers opposing to the idea of opening the road to all traffic.

Residents out in force to oppose plans to open road in King’s Lynn

Community activists united in protest on Saturday to oppose the council’s plans to open up a restricted Lynn road to all traffic.

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Darren Gibson, his partner Natalie Pilgrim and staff. Darren has relaunched a new care business called Reaching Out. 
LtoR, Toni Lamont, Darren Gibson, Natalie Pilgrim, Davina Jarvis

King’s Lynn based care firm expands its services

A new care support service launched by a Lynn businessman aims to ease everyday challenges facing some individuals.

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Charlie Cartwright, from Gaywood, who has been accepted as a candidate for Junior Fish Fryer of the Year.

Charlie off to a frying start in UK contest

Chip shop employee Charlie Cartwright, of Gaywood, is all set to compete in a national competition which could see him recognised nationally for his frying skills.

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Smiths the Bakers are due to open a new shop at 1 High Street in King's Lynn.

Smiths the Bakers to open new shop in King’s Lynn High Street

A new branch of established Lynn business Smiths the Bakers is due to open at 1 High Street in the town later this summer.

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Launch of new trains at King's Lynn Railway Station

West Norfolk rail campaigners call for fare cuts amid claims of broken service promises

Rail passengers in West Norfolk should have their fares cut because of broken promises on peak services, a campaign group has claimed.

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New weight limit aims to keep lorries off King’s Lynn road

New weight limit aims to keep lorries off King’s Lynn road

A weight limit looks set to be reinstated on a busy Lynn road in a bid to stop heavy lorries from using the route.

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Staff at Downham Tandoori presenting a cheque of �3,500 to representatives from EACH, with BBC presenter Chris Hollins, who hosted the night, second from right. Photo: Chris Biele, PixBeat Photo.

Downham Market restaurant raises thousands for charity at 20th anniversary party

A colourful evening was enjoyed by guests at a Downham restaurant’s 20th anniversary celebrations on Sunday, which raised thousands for charity.

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Director of Premier Travel Paul Waters collects the award from Lucy Huxley, editor of Travel Weekly.

Travel firm with branch in Swaffham gains prestigious industry award

Voluntary work carried out by staff from Swaffham’s branch of Premier Travel played a part in the firm gaining a top accolade in national agent awards.

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West Norfolk woman shares her personal account of her father’s suicide to support others

A West Norfolk woman is releasing an e-book about her father’s suicide to breakdown stigmas associated with mental health difficulties.

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One to One Project awarded lottery grant. Pictured at Nelson House Bergen Way King's Lynn. FLtoR Christopher Macloud.Hannah Cooper.Jackie Wrout. Nell Steele. Simon Clarke.

West Norfolk mental health organisation receives £375k lottery fund

A charity that provides long-term support to adults in West Norfolk who experience emotional or physical distress has been awarded a lottery grant.

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Union announces strike ballot in rail dispute

Drivers and guards on some West Norfolk train services are to be balloted for industrial action in a dispute over working practices.

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Snettisham caravanners help one of their own

This year’s fun dog show at Snettisham Caravan Park on Saturday drew the usual group of enthusiastic pet owners.

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

Community group’s warning over King’s Lynn road plan

A Lynn beauty spot will “no longer be a haven for anyone” if a restricted road is opened to all traffic, a community group has warned.

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Steve Mingay teaching at the C&A Motorcylce Training School

Saddlebow motorcycle training school is one of only two in Norfolk to be featured on national register for accredited establishments

A motorcycle training school based at Saddlebow is one of only two from across the county to meet new training standards.

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Maggie and the Dragon
Maggie and the Dragon
left to right Michael Chivers, Beaumont  Chivers-Kaggwa  and Mercy Kaggwa

New evnets lined up at family creative arts cafe in King’s Lynn

New creative arts and wellbeing cafe in Lynn, Maggie and the Dragon, is the first of its kind in the town and is proving popular with families.

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Launch of new trains at King's Lynn Railway Station

Rush hour’s getting slower for West Norfolk rail passengers

London will be further away from Lynn than it is now, if new draft rail timetables come into force, it has emerged.

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Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn

Iliffe Media buys a new home in the heart of King’s Lynn

West Norfolk’s leading – and oldest – newspaper, the Lynn News, is moving to a smart new base in King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place.

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