Businesses are being urged to make their toilets available for public use to help address a fall in the number of available facilities.
Pubgoers were challenged to ‘Beat the Beast’ last week when a Snettisham venue hosted a charity eating contest.
An unusual visitor has been making an appearance in Hunstanton recently, in a bid to highlight an important environmental message.
Residents who are fighting proposals for a major silica sand extraction plan have urged neighbouring communities to join the fight.
A significant rise in attendances at Lynn’s hospital accident and emergency unit was not solely down to the recent heatwave, officials say.
Witnesses sought over incident on A134
Company is praised for being an innovator and conscientious employer
Dragon-inspired boats were spotted charging down a river in West Norfolk as part of this year’s Downham Market Water Festival.
Concern over prospect of downpours throughout the day
Service will not run between King's Lynn and Cambridge
Tonight's SGB Premiership clash between the King's Lynn Stars and Wolverhampton has been postponed.
It was a blank weekend for West Norfolk's football representatives in the Thurlow Nunn League and the extra preliminary round of the Emirates FA Cup.
King's Lynn Town began life in the newly-formed Southern Central Premier Division with defeat against Biggleswade Town at The Walks.
Club breached league rules by not agreeing prices for playoff matches
Five West Norfolk Swimming Club members represented the club at the British Summer Championships at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.
Ryston youngsters Mia Moore and Oakley Took had a day to remember in the last Eastern Young Athletics League match of the season at Peterborough.
Commonwealth silver medallist Harry Tanfield set a new course record at the last of Lynn Cycling Club’s 25-mile time trials.
Tickets go on sale for autumn events
Organisers are planning another spectacular fête and country fair on and around the village green at Beachamwell, on September 1, between noon–5pm.
River improvement work is continuing to benefit wildlife at the National Trust’s Oxburgh Hall, with regular sightings of otters now being recorded.
Hunstanton Concert Band plays a summer concert on Saturday, August 18, at St Edmund’s Church, in Greevegate.
Lynn’s GroundWork has a number of events coming up in town and at its seasonal partner venue, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Visitor Centre at Cley.
Active Fakenham will be at the Tesco store in Oak Street on tomorrow to talk to people about what activities they think should take place in the town.
It’s The King’s Lynn Festival, of course, which got off to a great start last Sunday and continues until July 28.
Centre will provide information point and toilet facilities
The weather has been absolutely balmy for weeks now as the sun continues to beat down.
A West Norfolk branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) is offering to lay personal symbols on behalf of relatives of the Fallen buried overseas.