Two thrill-seeking sheep who become stuck under a road bridge over the River Great Ouse have been rescued by the RSPCA.
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The use of a restricted Lynn road should be reviewed again to ensure the public gets value for the money spent on it, a councillor has claimed.
A former RAF Marham serviceman from Downham is set to represent the UK at an international sporting event in America which starts next week.
West Norfolk's "biggest celebration of cycling" is promised at this weekend's inaugural Pedal Lynn event.
The Ouse Amateur Sailing Club held a Push the Boat Out session at Saddlebow on Sunday.
Cameron, 18, set to face national competition next
Eight dancers from the Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy performed in this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
A car and jewellery were stolen during a burglary at a property in Hockwold last week.
The widow of a West Norfolk man who died from a brain tumour earlier this year has described a charity night held in his memory as "quite amazing."
Renegade Runners have followed up their success at this year's GEAR by scooping a number of medals in various competitions.
King's Lynn Stars team manager Dale Allitt has revealed his plans to cover No.1 Niels-Kristian Iversen next week.
Ryan Fryatt retains a burning desire to help his hometown club to promotion next season after signing a new two year deal to remain at The Walks.
King's Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve has been left "disappointed" by Simon Lappin's exit from The Walks.
Swimmers from West Norfolk Swimming Club made a real splash at the East Region 2018 Long Course Championships by bringing home an array of medals.
Under-8 footballers from Terrington Tigers have achieved an FA first after being honoured with an award at the Mid Norfolk Youth League ceremony.
A week of festivities in Downham will take visitors "around the world", with a parade, art exhibitions and music as just some of the highlights.
Cake is decorated to reflect festival's theme of Around the World
Dersingham is set to host an annual open gardens and art trail this weekend, and will also fundraise for a new community building.
Performing arts students from the College of West Anglia, pictured above, are making final preparations for their end of year show next week.
Lynn's Hanseatic heritage was celebrated at the weekend with three days of themed activities.
Veterans and relatives recall station's wartime roles
Organisers hope new fair will become an annual attraction
Royal fever spread to West Norfolk last week when schoolchildren celebrated Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day.