The Downham Dementia Support Association is running café sessions to start a conversation on living with the disease.
Crane's tradestand at famous show picks up yet another award
Dersingham is set to host an annual open gardens and art trail this weekend, and will also fundraise for a new community building.
Downham's Dementia Café has received a boost thanks to a charitable organisation in the town.
There was a "riot of colour" at Ryston Hall at the weekend, when the estate opened up its gardens to visitors in aid of the local church.
A book sale in Hilgay has raised thousands for charity.
Emergency services are currently on the scene of a collision involving a lorry and a car pulling a caravan in Lynn.
Boss faces 100 kilometre walking challenge
Relatives of Jan Hogan are continuing to urge anyone with information to come forward, in the week marking the eighth anniversary of his death.
Playing games and eating summer snacks was all part of this year's annual Big Bash in South Lynn.
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.
Simon Clark believes he could not have picked a better club than King's Lynn Town to relaunch his managerial career in football.
King’s Lynn Town chief Stephen Cleeve says that Simon Clark was the outstanding candidate during the selection process for a new manager at The Walks.
Niels-Kristian Iversen will sit out the next two King’s Lynn meetings in a bid to restore himself to full fitness.
It was tough work for the 14 brave souls who turned out for Lynn Cycling Club's 10-mile time trial at Tottenhill last Wednesday.
Young cricketers are hoping to have a Calypso time as they prepare for a trip of a lifetime to the Caribbean.
King's Lynn Town have confirmed the appointment of Simon Clark as the club’s new first team manager.
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.
Boat race to be centrepiece of weekend celebrations
The Darkness set to bring down the curtain on free music spectacular
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.
A man from West Lynn is appealing for help in finding out more about a relative of his who died during the First World War.
Churches boosted by spring fundraiser