Rewriting King’s Lynn’s history - SEE VIDEO + PICS video Picture gallery
Around 40 students from two Lynn high schools dug deep last week to realise their archaeological aspirations while discovering traces of an Anglo-Saxon settlement beneath their feet.
He is probably Britain’s most famous traveller. But on Tuesday it was a case of coming home for TV star Michael Palin.
Wings and wands were on show when Heacham Infant School celebrated outdoor improvements carried out with the help of a £7,000 Lottery grant.
Viscount Tom Coke and Holkham Hall are set to play a part in Leonard Cheshire Disability’s new Cycle Together, Sandringham, event on Sunday, June 23.
The sun shone on a bumper turnout for this year’s Samaritans’ Bike ride around the Sandringham estate on Sunday.
STOW BARDOLPH: Proud as Punch with new arrival - SEE PICS & VIDEO video Picture gallery
Staff at a farm are as proud as punch after the birth of a rare heavy horse.
Ex-students of the former Hamond’s Grammar School in Swaffham had the chance to see some of the school’s archives at the town’s museum when they held their annual reunion at the weekend.
Visitors to The Walks in Lynn will be able to enjoy some new features to the landscape following work by French artists and landscape architects.3 comments
WEST NORFOLK: New Mayor counts her blessings to live here - SEE PICS & VIDEO video Picture gallery
West Norfolk’s new Mayor told how she “counts her blessings” to live in the borough after she was sworn into its top civic role.
Members of a church will thanking the heavens above for their new £200,000 roof.1 comment
DOWNHAM MARKET: Prizes for pictures of ‘peace’ - SEE PICS & VIDEO video Picture gallery
Creative youngsters impressed judges with their snappy ideas in a photographic competition.
A broken inkwell was one of the finds uncovered by budding young archaeologists.
SEDGEFORD: Camping, but not as we know it - SEE PICS & VIDEO video Picture gallery
Toasting marshmallows over a blazing campfire as you watch the sun set over endless fields that stretch as far as the eye can see - the woods behind filled with the rustling of birds going to roost.
The Muntjac deer was finally caught by Inspector Jason Finch and a crew of Lynn firefighters at around noon after first being spotted around three hours earlier.
After trying to corner the Muntjac deer in the Inner Purfleet, Lynn, the creature managed to swim away from the Inspector and the fire crews and towards the wooden bridge.
A team of Lynn firefighters joined Inspector Jason Finch, from the RSPCA, in the murky waters of the Inner Purfleet, Lynn.
Crowds gathered at the Inner Purfleet in Lynn this morning to watch as an RSPCA worker and firefighters worked together to catch a Muntjac deer that had become stuck.
Families flocked to the 37th Stradsett Park Vintage Rally over the bank holiday weekend to see a collection of around 500 classic vehicles from tractors and lorries to cars and motorcycles.
KING’S LYNN: GEAR 2013 - ‘The atmosphere was amazing’ - SEE PICS & VIDEO video Picture gallery
The Tuesday Market Place was filled with cheers as the winners of this year’s Grand East Anglia Run passed the finish line within five minutes of each other.
Sci-fi fans were in for a treat when reports of an imminent galactic takeover reached the Lynn News last week. As Storm Troopers took to the streets this weekend, all that was left to say was May the Fourth be with you.
Parishioners at Anmer Church, on the Royal Sandringham Estate, are celebrating the instalment of the fourth and final bell following a £12,000 Diamond Jubilee appeal supported by the Prince of Wales.
CASTLE ACRE: Crowds flock to duck race - SEE PICS & VIDEO video Picture gallery
People flocked to witness 945 bright yellow competitors battle it out in this year’s annual Castle Acre duck race, which raised more than £1,200 for the village primary school.
KING’S LYNN: Chemo room extension brings light to patients - SEE PICS video Picture gallery
A former patient has praised the new extension of The Macmillan Centre’s chemotherapy suite and day care centre at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital after the opening on Saturday.
History will be coming to life at a museum when visitors will be able to re-enact the storming of Normandy beach.1 comment
Linnets’ penalty appeals are turned down by the referee with the game delicately poised at 1-0.
First-half action from King’s Lynn Town’s EvoStik Division One South game against Sheffield.
The Linnets have a second goal ruled out by the referee for an alleged foul in the box.
This is the moment that striker Sam Mulready headed the Linnets in front against Sheffield.
The Puddleducks toddler group, which meets at Dersingham Scout Hut, has been given a boost by Sainsbury’s in the shape of a cheque for £100.
WEST NORFOLK: 300 scouts on march to mark saint’s day - SEE VIDEO video Picture gallery
More than 300 scouts from across West Norfolk gathered at Sandringham for their St George’s Day parade on Sunday.
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Weather for King's Lynn
Sunday 26 May 2013
Temperature: 6 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 7 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 20 mph
Wind direction: South west