Two first half goals proved decisive for the Linnets tonight.
Dozens of youngsters took part as a popular tradition was revived today.
But new figures suggest a sharp fall in both infections and hospitalisations across West Norfolk.
Legal questions were raised as councillors gave their backing to the development of homes where a barn currently stands.
Education chiefs said the plans were of 'paramount importance', but critics claimed young people were being 'cheated'.
The historic fair has bid farewell to the town, having returned after last year's Covid cancellation.
The colours of the Ukrainian flag have been projected onto Lynn's town hall tonight and will be displayed on other public buildings for the next week.
Councillors are being urged to back a contentious plan, despite public protests and calls for up to £1.4 million to be spent on improved facilities.
Crews from West Norfolk and Cambridgeshire are at the scene and drivers are being advised to avoid the area.
Several trees were brought down, and a bridge damaged, at a popular stately home by recent storms.
Work on expanding a West Norfolk village's water recycling centre, so it can hold more excess water in the event of a flood, will begin next week.
Police in Swaffham are appealing for the public's help following a collision yesterday evening.
Opposition leaders accused council leaders of producing a 'close your eyes and hope for the best' set of proposals.
Infections are continuing to fall steadily, according to latest figures.
An investigation into damage at town centre premises is continuing.
Three schools in our area have been forced to shut by the high winds, as another storm sweeps across the area.
Officials say further alerts may be needed tomorrow and electrical engineers are trying to restore supplies to hundreds of homes.
Dozens of residents took part in a demonstration today against plans for more than 200 new homes in their area.
Heavy rain since an earlier morning check has rendered the pitch at the Walks unplayable for the second time this week.
Units were at the scene into the early hours of this morning.