In our weekly Picture This feature, Lynn Museum looks back at a town’s first-ever lifeboat.
In his weekly Turnstone column, John Maiden says the future of his hometown lies in a better understanding of its past.
The best of the borough’s businesses are set to be celebrated once more, as we launch the 2024 King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Mayor’s Business Awards.
West Norfolk won big at this year’s annual Anglia in Bloom awards.
In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler looks at the local arts scene.
A cancer survivor has donated £3,200 to buy specialist disposable cameras that will make a huge difference to future patients.
A multiple award-winning theatre group is back with its 2023 musical, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Nominations for the Lynn News and Your Local Paper West Norfolk Food and Drink awards have now closed and we can reveal your shortlist.
With his daughter going to university, Jeremy Ransome chose a village steakhouse and grill for a farewell meal.
A celebration of words, books, prose, poetry and storytelling is taking place from Tuesday to Sunday, with a variety of exciting events planned.
Sixteen performing Shanty Groups are coming together this weekend for the Brancaster Staithe Sea Shanty Festival.
A village music festival kicks off next Thursday, with a gathering of incredible folk music talent coming together for four days.
The latest public concert was given and featured Flauguissimo.
A new film is being shown in which Lady Glenconner shares her memories of life in a stately home.
A gallery has launched a new exhibition called ‘Suspended in Time: Autumn Reflections’.
This weekend sees two days of free musical entertainment.
In our weekly From The Newsroom column, Jeremy Ransome discusses attempts to save a baby hedgehog.
An art, photography and craft exhibition and sale takes place this Saturday and Sunday.
Monday sees the return of the popular Taste of the Town campaign.
More than 100 cars descended on a market place once again on Sunday as part of an annual Mini Meet.