Nearly £1,200 was raised at Wereham Church Festival on Sunday in aid of the St Margaret’s Church fund.
Government funding for Norfolk Police has dropped in recent years, leaving local taxpayers to pick up the bill.
More than £1,100 was raised to provide additional facilities and activities for residents of a Swaffham care home during a fete at the weekend.
A total of £1,882 was raised during a fete held at the Swaffham Infant and Nursery School on Saturday.
Pupils from Brancaster Church of England VA Primary School have donated £165 to their village hall after achieving a ‘good’ Ofsted rating.
The third annual Downham Market and District Horticultural Society Show has been the best to date.
Anglo-Saxon malthouse discovered at Sedgeford dig
The Diocese of Norwich has launched a new website mapping tool that offers access to numerous groups and activities across Norfolk.
Vice-president of the Rotary Club of King’s Lynn, Steve Roberts, and his wife, Elaine, threw open their Gayton home and garden on Sunday.
Pensthorpe Natural Park, in Fakenham, is doing its bit to help save wetland habitats by launching a new wetland discovery area for visitors.
Robert Lambert is ready to make the most of his appearance in the British Grand Prix at Cardiff tomorrow (Saturday).
King's Lynn Town have been handed a tough start to their Southern League Premier Division Central campaign.
West Norfolk Swimming Club is set to endure a busy end to its 2017/18 campaign.
Alive Lynnsport welcomed West Norfolk schools to take part in their annual Alive Tennis Schools Festival.
Ryston Runners Athletics Club all but confirmed their place in the Southern Athletics League for next season with a brilliant weekend performance.
Docking after-school Junior Badminton Club, run by coach Janis Baker, has been running for seven years.
Downham defeated Old Buckenham by six wickets on Saturday to move 50 points clear at the top of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division table.
These images on the page – they’re photographs of a brick wall and barges, right? Wrong!
The “magnetic, sparkling and lyrical” Aurea Quartet will perform an afternoon concert at Westacre Theatre on Sunday.
More famous names will be taking part in King’s Lynn Festival over the next week.
The director of a new Charles Dickens adaptation has thanked people in Lynn for their assistance while scenes have been filmed in the town this week.
One of English music’s most enduring voices is teaming up with an Australian classical guitarist at the King’s Lynn Festival tonight.
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.
Thousands gathered in Swaffham Market Place to watch the Grenadier Guards pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the First World War.