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Millions of pounds of environmental funding to West Norfolk ‘at risk’ from Brexit, campaigners warn

West Norfolk could lose out on tens of millions of pounds in environmental funding as a result of Brexit, environmental campaigners have warned.

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Police are investigating

Norfolk Police to host slavery summit

Police will host a summit this week in an ongoing bid to crack down on the problem of modern slavery.

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ABP's Lynn team, Nelson's Heroes at the East Anglian Dragon Boat Race

Team from Port of King’s Lynn takes part in dragon festival fundraiser

A team from the Port of Lynn joined other crews from ABP’s ports of Lowestoft and Ipswich to take part in this year’s East Anglia Dragon Festival to raise funds for the East Coast Hospice.

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Hanse Festival

King’s Lynn celebrates its rich trading heritage

There were fireworks and plenty of fun as Lynn celebrated its proud and rich trading heritage during the 12th annual Hanse Festival at the weekend.

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Oxburgh Hall The big chandelier clean 

Ken Hill conservation volunteer

It’s all crystal clear as chandelier is cleaned at Oxburgh Hall

“Now brace yourself, Rodney” are the first words that spring to mind when cleaning an irreplaceable chandelier.

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Hair-raising fundraiser for Swaffham hospice

Hair-raising fundraiser for Swaffham hospice

Just Hair, in Swaffham, held a coffee morning in aid of the Swaffham and Litcham Home Hospice Support at the Assembly Rooms.

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Sir Henry Bellingham visiting GE-BE Transport Ltd at Acer Road Saddlebow Industrial Estate King's Lynn
LtoR, infront of a New �80K DAF Lorry, are Carl Green (GE-BE Director), Sir Henry Bellingham, Mark Robinson (GE-BE Driver)

Conservative candidate on the right road with West Norfolk transport company

Sir Henry Bellingham, the Conservative candidate for North West Norfolk, continued his election tour with a visit to Ge-Be Transport on the Saddlebow Industrial Estate.

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Coffee Morning and Soup lunch in aid of Christian Aid at Terrington St Clement Methodist Church

Terrington St Clement fundraiser helps Christian Aid

A soup lunch and coffee morning at Terrington St Clement Methodist Church raised £101 for Christian Aid.

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Museum director, Harry Yates, lights the lamp watch by Mike Woodward (left) and Jim Pawley MLNF17PB05575

Fakenham Gas Museum holds a night opening

A steady stream of visitors were attracted to a night at the museum evening at Museum of Fakenham’s Gas and Local History on Thursday.

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Sea life Centre penguin

Hunstanton p-p-picks up a penguin

Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary has welcomed a new arrival in the shape of a baby Humboldt penguin.

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Hunstanton town hall scaffolding costs lower than previously thought

Hunstanton town hall scaffolding costs lower than previously thought

New scaffolding for Hunstanton’s town hall is likely to cost less than previously thought, councillors have heard.

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New Hunstanton mayor Adrian Winnington, right, with new deputy Amanda Bosworth

New mayor reaches out to work for all in Hunstanton

Protecting its past and working closely with community groups are among the priorities for Hunstanton’s new mayor.

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Charity headshave in Downham Market to mark Deaf Awareness Week

Charity headshave in Downham Market to mark Deaf Awareness Week

Three volunteers are marking this week’s Deaf Awareness Week by having their heads shaved for charity tomorrow.

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Fresh appeal issued to trace wanted King’s Lynn man

Fresh appeal issued to trace wanted King’s Lynn man

A fresh appeal has today been issued to trace a man wanted by police in Lynn.

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Hanse Festival 2016 Launch at Stories of Lynn in the Town Hall.
LtoR, Ian Pycroft (Black Knight Historical), Nick Daubney (KL&WNBC Leader), Ostap Paparega (KL&WNBC Regeneration Manager), Michelle Gardiner (Black Knight Historical).

Lynn gears up to celebrate Hanse heritage

Final preparations are underway for Lynn’s 12th annual Hanse Festival, which takes place this weekend.

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King’s Lynn residents take lorry action plea to County Hall

King’s Lynn residents take lorry action plea to County Hall

Campaigners demanding tougher restrictions on lorries using a busy Lynn road say their plea is attracting widespread public support in the area.

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Designer Katie Sykes

Designer from Emneth set to launch fashion bags business

Designer Katie Sykes, of Emneth, is about to realise her dream of a career in the fashion industry by launching her own business.

Business
New Shop Opens in Downham Market High Street. Picured Martin Foreman at  M Bikes.

New cycle shop opens in Downham High Street

Newly opened M Bikes in Downham High Street has many spokes to its business wheel, offering cycles, accessories, maintenance and personal training.

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Bespak King's Lynn Apprentices   Back rowFltoR Jemima Clayton. Daniel Jackson. Luke gray. Front Row FLtoR Robert Dickens. Kirstyn Johnson. Adam Wolfe.

Apprentice open evening at King’s Lynn’s Bespak is ‘huge success’

A special open evening at Bespak in Lynn for potential apprentices was hailed a huge success with plenty of interest from people keen to learn more about careers at the manufacturer of complex medical devices.

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