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Here are the letters from the Lynn News of Tuesday, September 5, 2023...
West Norfolk Gilbert & Sullivan Society is going into rehearsal for its next production ‘The Sorcerer’.
A group exhibition of ten artists opens on Saturday, exploring the interspecies bonds formed between people and animals.
A village arts group is holding its exhibition this year at a new venue for them.
A wide range of historic buildings will be open to the public and lots of different activities on offer during Heritage Open Day in Lynn on Sunday.
Steve Holbrook, regarded by many as one of the UK’s top clairvoyant mediums, will appear in WEst Norfolk next month.
Police say they have today found a body.
The GroundWork Gallery is inviting people to view the results of its summer residency.
People of all ages are encouraged to attend a classical music concert next Friday.
The annual North Norfolk Food and Drink Festival is back for its 14th year on Saturday and Sunday.
Thousands of music lovers descended on the Sandringham Estate over the weekend for three live concerts organised by Heritage Live.
King’s Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society (KLODS) is performing the comedy ‘One Man Two Guvnors’ at St George’s Guildhall in the town during October.
With Cllr Rob Colwell away, his Liberal Democrat colleague Cllr John Crofts takes his turn to write the weekly Friday Politics column.
Hundreds of students across West Norfolk have today discovered their GCSE results.
The Cuillan Sound woodwind quartet are appearing in a village church on Saturday.
One of Norfolk’s most established art groups is set to stage its 205th exhibition.
A classic car and family fun day takes place this Sunday.
The popular Ride North Norfolk cycle event is back on Sunday, going through some of the best, gentle cycling routes in the country.
An RSPCA hospital is set to open its doors to the public for a special event on Sunday.