Group had kayak and inflatable ring
A new draft tree and woodland strategy is set to be examined by West Norfolk Council chiefs next week.
Campaigners call for more to be done to improve coverage, as operators urged landowners to work with them
Former soldier battling injury during 260 mile challenge for Help For Heroes
Champion NHS fundraiser Gavin English has smashed through the £50,000 barrier in less than five years.
A renewable energy entrepreneur from Magdalen has landed a role on a popular ITV garden makeover show, Love your Garden, with Alan Titchmarsh.
A family from Gaywood have paid tribute to their young son who died on Monday night after years of living with a rare cancer.
More than 400 people flocked to the Folk in the Town last weekend to enjoy some live entertainment.
Visitors to a West Norfolk stately home were transported back to the 15th century when a re-enactment team recreated The Wars of the Roses.
More than £450 was raised at Swish Outdoor Fete in Southery on Saturday when residents got together to raise money for village causes.
Students from the Happidojo Judo Club received a masterclass from two Olympic medallists.
Fakenham Town chairman Simon Barnes is looking forward to a successful season – thanks to the continued support of the club’s sponsors.
Swaffham boss Paul Hunt is backing his side to bounce back from their FA Cup defeat to Yaxley when they welcome Needham Reserves tomorrow.
Niels-Kristian Iversen is beginning to feel like his old self following a mid-season break for a shoulder operation.
Manager Simon Clark has vowed that everyone at King’s Lynn Town will stick together after back-to-back losses at the start of the season.
When they ask you to be chair of your cricket club for next year, don’t forget to ask about the tree climbing.
Teenage bowls ace Nicole Moseley suffered semi-final heartache at the 2018 Sutton Winson Trophy at Victoria Park, Royal Leamington Spa.
King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Pride, a co-operative formed of local people committed to equalities, will hold the first-ever Pride Parade in the area.
A Thunder of Dragons soared down a West Norfolk river on Sunday as part of this year’s Downham Market Water Festival.
Revellers came in their thousands to West Norfolk’s Houghton festival last weekend.
Tickets go on sale for autumn events
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.