Sandringham rector tells of 'happy family service' in part six of King George VI's final days and the current Queen's accession to the throne.
In part five of the Queen's accession 70 years ago, those who helped make the late King’s coffin were from Dersingham and West Newton.
In part three of the Queen's accession to the throne 70 years ago we look back at her father who 'showed no signs of tiredness' just before he died.
In part two of our royal look-back on the Queen's accession, the portrait was prominent in the then-Lynn News and Advertiser
Princess Elizabeth, who immediately became Queen, was informed of her father’s death while she was with the Duke of Edinburgh on an overseas tour.
A look back through our archives shows how the special date was marked at the time.
A look back at how the explosion was reported at the time.
A look back through the Lynn News & Advertiser archive.
How the Downham Market area celebrated 75 years ago
The days when a nurse’s daily rations were half-a-loaf of bread, a pint of beer and meat from the hospital broth.
A look back into the Lynn News archives shows hundreds of letters of support for the NHS since its creation in July, 1948.
Hunstanton’s Glebe House School was on a recruitment drive in February and March, 1985, using the school’s mini-bus to round up extra pupils.
In this 75th year since the end of World War II we look back at a remarkable testament written by the editor of the time.
The life and times of a former popular Downham hairdresser will come into sharp focus this week for her relatives and friends.
Blast from the past shows West Norfolk sixth form students supporting those in need on a global scale through vital fundraising efforts.
This was the scene featured in the Lynn News in November, 1991.
A harvest festival bridged the generation gap at Lynn’s Red Cross Hall in October, 1981, when students from Lynn’s Springwood High School...
Class Two at Gooderstone Primary School were having a cracking time learning about the ancient Greeks in October, 1998.
A trip down memory lane as Walpole Highway Primary School children say farewell to their popular cook in October 1981.
Colkirk Primary School pupils had a double reason to celebrate in June, 1986