Residents in Downham have been enjoying a visit from a special guest this week, as Downham Market Rotary Club hosts its annual Santa tours of the town
The founders of a popular restaurant and bar in Downham have handed the business over to the staff who have helped to make it successful.
Magistrates heard the man had been trying to obtain Christmas presents for relatives
Award follows on from inclusion in Michelin Guide and Good Food Guide
Magistrates heard the woman was 'ashamed' to be in court
Hard-working volunteers at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital have been thanked for giving more than 34,000 hours of service with a Christmas dinner.
Council chiefs say their focus is to achieve the 'best outcome for taxpayers'
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'We must keep up the pressure', council chief tells meeting
A West Norfolk MP has said he "deplores" the call for vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership which she will face later today
Guinness World Records holder Robbie Ferri was guest of honour at Lynn Cycling Club’s presentation evening.
BT Victory stay top of the league standings after their 8-2 win over Spivs.
The Premier League title became a three-horse race after St James moved into the reckoning following the latest round of matches.
Former King’s Lynn Stars favourites Kevin Doolan and Kozza Smith are the guests at the King’s Lynn Stars Supporters Club first rider chat night.
Suffering defeat is a habit Adam Marriott doesn’t want to taste in a hurry for King’s Lynn Town.
Students from Wisbech & Kings Lynn Tang Soo Do martial arts club travelled to Wales for the 2018 World Tang Soo Do Association Regional Championship.
Ian Culverhouse admits King's Lynn Town "got away" with a point at ten-man Coalville Town following a last-minute equaliser from Adam Marriott.
From Baby Shark to flossing, and messy milkshakes to time travel, this year’s panto at the Alive Corn Exchange, Sleeping Beauty, is packed full of fun
A new group will meet the owners of the St George's Guildhall in the coming weeks amid fears its historic theatre could be lost forever
A woman from a village outside of Lynn has released her first book for children containing letters from an alien to his “earthling” pen pal.
About 30 trees will be on show with all proceeds going to the running costs of the church on Gayton Road
Artwork is call Looking In The Wrong Place
Nostalgic 1970s school photograph sent in from Lynn News reader
A recent poll on trusted professions in the UK found journalists to be pretty close to the bottom.
There is a new drink tax in town, but for once it isn’t on alcohol.
Terrington St Clement woman making a splash with monofin classes
Christmas gifts aplenty on offer