The company announced it was going into liquidation earlier this week and is thought to have millions of pounds of liabilities
Police were alerted in the early hours of this morning
Thornham Village Hall hosted a Second World War exhibition last weekend to mark the 80th anniversary of the start of the conflict
So far, around £21,000 has been raised for Heather with other projects in the pipeline
According to research, around 30 per cent of children with a rare disease will not survive beyond their fifth birthday
After the county council endorsed a campaign to stop fly-tipping and litter, a well-known Lynn businessman has backed the campaign
Some stables in the Chestnut Walk area were broken into between 6pm and 7pm and a number of saddles and tack were taken
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Kris Goldsmith, 28, of North Wootton will be cycling to the French capital over a period of four days in July
Organisers of a consultation exercise on the future shape of Lynn’s town centre say they have been encouraged by the responses received so far
Fakenham Town manager Andy Cunningham is backing his side to stretch their unbeaten run to nine matches tomorrow.
King's Lynn Town boss Ian Culverhouse will warn his upwardly-mobile players against the potential pitfalls of complacency at Bedworth tomorrow.
Super-fit Lewis Kerr is ready to make his racing return after becoming King’s Lynn’s fifth signing for 2019.
Lewis Kerr is a loser – of weight, that is – and the Dersingham speedway rider vows to make the fittest he’s ever been count,
It is perhaps more synonymous for its beach, holiday parks and lavender fields, but now the tiny village of Heacham has something else to shout about.
King’s Lynn Town defender Aaron Jones is a hugely relieved man to be back on a football field again.
The game of the day was undoubtedly played at Shouldham Bowls Club, as a determined Shouldham side entertained in-form Southery ASA.
Great Massingham musicians The Baroness and The Bear, supported by their Rhythm Travellers, are playing at King’s Lynn Gin Festival
The BBC Concert Orchestra will launch the 69th King’s Lynn Festival as a two-week programme of music and arts comes to the town in July
In collaboration with the Henry Moore Foundation, a major exhibition, Henry Moore at Houghton Hall: Nature and Inspiration runs May 1-September 29.
A leading town historian has joined the organisation
Some of the skills of Lynn’s Sea Cadets were on display at their open evening held in February, 1989.
The Barman gained admission to the recent presentation at the Guildhall by the newly-formed Trust in King's Lynn
Pupils at St James Boys’ School in Lynn were delighted when they were showered with football mementoes during a school assembly in late January, 1989
The school, the child and the parent or carer should be a triangle of working together. All good schools do this
Staff at the West Norfolk RSPCA’s Eau Brink rehoming centre say: “Jonesy is a young, adult male ferret looking for a forever home