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All change on Festival board

31 October 2023
All change on Festival board

All change on Festival board

31 October 2023

In his weekly That’s Entertainment column, Andy Tyler rounds-up the local arts scene.


Frosts can be good for some veg

29 October 2023
Frosts can be good for some veg

Frosts can be good for some veg

29 October 2023

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh discusses frosts.


On this week: October 29-November 4, 2002

29 October 2023
On this week: October 29-November 4, 2002

On this week: October 29-November 4, 2002

29 October 2023

In our weekly On This Week feature we look back through the Lynn News pages from October 29-November 4, 2002.


Pub of the Year revealed

29 October 2023
Pub of the Year revealed

Pub of the Year revealed

29 October 2023

In his weekly The Bar Man column, Jeff Hoyle discusses CAMRA selections.


Saying farewell to Brian Holmes

29 October 2023
Saying farewell to Brian Holmes

Saying farewell to Brian Holmes

29 October 2023

In his weekly Turnstone column, John Maiden reflects on the lives of two former members of a town Society.


All Our Yesterdays: Village views

28 October 2023
All Our Yesterdays: Village views

All Our Yesterdays: Village views

28 October 2023

In our weekly All Our Yesterdays feature we take a look back through the October pages of the Lynn News in 2002, 2006 and 2012.


It’s early days but river footpath work seems to have paid off

28 October 2023
It’s early days but river footpath work seems to have paid off

It’s early days but river footpath work seems to have paid off

28 October 2023

In his weekly Wensum column, Fakenham correspondent Jim Harding discusses a popular route into town and a pub quiz.


‘Thousands of people will lose their homes, and places we love will be lost to the seas’

26 October 2023
‘Thousands of people will lose their homes, and places we love will be lost to the seas’

‘Thousands of people will lose their homes, and places we love will be lost to the seas’

26 October 2023

In our weekly Friday Politics feature, Green Party councillor Pallavi Devulapalli chats to climate activist Dr Charlie Gardner.


Miller needs a comfy couch to snooze on

24 October 2023
Miller needs a comfy couch to snooze on

Miller needs a comfy couch to snooze on

24 October 2023

In our weekly Paws For Thought column, staff at the RSPCA rehoming centre in East Winch, look to rehome a greyhound.


Getting essential nutrients back in the soil

22 October 2023
Getting essential nutrients back in the soil

Getting essential nutrients back in the soil

22 October 2023

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, Jamie Marsh shows us how to prepare soil.


Back to where it all started

21 October 2023
Back to where it all started

Back to where it all started

21 October 2023

In his weekly Wensum column, Jim Harding visits the church where he was married.


Front page was good news for vegans

21 October 2023
Front page was good news for vegans

Front page was good news for vegans

21 October 2023

In his weekly Turnstone feature, Hunstanton columnist John Maiden discusses veganism.


Sepia photo of unknown man from 1890

20 October 2023
Sepia photo of unknown man from 1890

Sepia photo of unknown man from 1890

20 October 2023

In our fortnightly Picture This column, staff at Lynn Library look at an old photograph.


Volunteers so important to our community

19 October 2023
Volunteers so important to our community

Volunteers so important to our community

19 October 2023

In his weekly column, North West Norfolk MP James Wild discusses volunteering.


Town’s Charles Burney festival was a ‘great success’, say reviewers

18 October 2023
Town’s Charles Burney festival was a ‘great success’, say reviewers

Town’s Charles Burney festival was a ‘great success’, say reviewers

18 October 2023

Andy Tyler, Alison Croose and Kate Parker share their thoughts on the King’s Lynn’s Festival’s Charles Burney Early Music Festival.


Old grammar school building holds so many good memories for me

15 October 2023
Old grammar school building holds so many good memories for me

Old grammar school building holds so many good memories for me

15 October 2023

A ‘For Sale’ sign has prompted Fakenham columnist Jim Harding to reminisce in his Wensum column about his time teaching at a town school.


A man who spent his life doing his best for others

14 October 2023
A man who spent his life doing his best for others

A man who spent his life doing his best for others

14 October 2023

In his weekly Turnstone column, John Maiden reflects on the life of Brian Holmes.


The joys of growing garlic

13 October 2023
The joys of growing garlic

The joys of growing garlic

13 October 2023

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh talks about growing garlic.


Your letters on having a town council, the hospital rebuild, traffic and politics

13 October 2023
Your letters on having a town council, the hospital rebuild, traffic and politics

Your letters on having a town council, the hospital rebuild, traffic and politics

13 October 2023

Here are the letters from the Lynn News edition of Friday, October 13, 2023.

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Library will lose at least some of its services

12 October 2023
Library will lose at least some of its services

Library will lose at least some of its services

12 October 2023

In our weekly Friday Politics column, Labour’s Charles Joyce discusses the Carnegie library.

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