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Freemasons in Hunstanton donate to breast care unit

19 June 2018
Freemasons in Hunstanton donate to breast care unit

Freemasons in Hunstanton donate to breast care unit

19 June 2018

A fundraising ball has prompted a donation to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s West Norfolk Breast Care Unit by Freemasons in Hunstanton.


'Slow mow' down to staff shortages, says West Norfolk Council

19 June 2018
'Slow mow' down to staff shortages, says West Norfolk Council

'Slow mow' down to staff shortages, says West Norfolk Council

19 June 2018

Authority pledges action over work backlog


Lap for Carers scheme launched at King's Lynn get-together

18 June 2018
Lap for Carers scheme launched at King's Lynn get-together

Lap for Carers scheme launched at King's Lynn get-together

18 June 2018

New programme aims to raise awareness of vital work


Civic leader praises King's Lynn church fete's community links

18 June 2018
Civic leader praises King's Lynn church fete's community links

Civic leader praises King's Lynn church fete's community links

18 June 2018

Organisers delighted by public support for church's summer fundraiser


West Norfolk councillor encouraged by coastal erosion debate

18 June 2018
West Norfolk councillor encouraged by coastal erosion debate

West Norfolk councillor encouraged by coastal erosion debate

18 June 2018

MP urges government to do more to support vulnerable communities


Elderly man found after 24-hour search of West Norfolk coast

17 June 2018
Elderly man found after 24-hour search of West Norfolk coast

Elderly man found after 24-hour search of West Norfolk coast

17 June 2018

Drone sighting led to walker's rescue


Dozens take part in Wallington Hall's fundraising run and walk

17 June 2018
Dozens take part in Wallington Hall's fundraising run and walk

Dozens take part in Wallington Hall's fundraising run and walk

17 June 2018

Dozens of people took part in a charity run and walk around the grounds of Wallington Hall, near South Runcton, at the weekend.


Make a special Father’s Day gift

17 June 2018
Make a special Father’s Day gift

Make a special Father’s Day gift

17 June 2018

Children can create something unique for their dad at a special Father’s Day workshop in the heart of King’s Lynn at the weekend.


Search continuing for missing man, 75, last seen at Brancaster

17 June 2018
Search continuing for missing man, 75, last seen at Brancaster

Search continuing for missing man, 75, last seen at Brancaster

17 June 2018

Elderly man on family walk when last seen, say Coastguard officials


Author and Lynn News columnist wins book award

17 June 2018
Author and Lynn News columnist wins book award

Author and Lynn News columnist wins book award

17 June 2018

Sarah Juggins wrote The History Makers with Richard Stainthorpe following Great Britain’s women’s hockey triumph at the Rio Olympics two years ago.


Community comes together to Celebrate King’s Lynn

16 June 2018
Community comes together to Celebrate King’s Lynn

Community comes together to Celebrate King’s Lynn

16 June 2018

Twelve West Norfolk churches came together on Saturday to Celebrate King’s Lynn.


Taste of hotel life for West Norfolk village school pupils

16 June 2018
Taste of hotel life for West Norfolk village school pupils

Taste of hotel life for West Norfolk village school pupils

16 June 2018

Pupils from a West Norfolk village school have been given a taste of life in the hospitality trade.


Graduation day for Howard Junior School pupils

16 June 2018
Graduation day for Howard Junior School pupils

Graduation day for Howard Junior School pupils

16 June 2018

More than 150 pupils from Lynn’s Howard Junior School graduated from the Children’s University programme at the University of East Anglia this week.


West Norfolk Council working group to tackle issues over plastics

16 June 2018
West Norfolk Council working group to tackle issues over plastics

West Norfolk Council working group to tackle issues over plastics

16 June 2018

Council chiefs are setting up an informal working group to discuss issues over single use plastics.


Heritage outdoor art trail begins at Wells

16 June 2018
Heritage outdoor art trail begins at Wells

Heritage outdoor art trail begins at Wells

16 June 2018

The first-ever outdoor art trail in Wells-next-the-Sea will take place this summer.


Slow and steady wins the race!

16 June 2018
Slow and steady wins the race!

Slow and steady wins the race!

16 June 2018

The couple held a snail race evening in February, which had around 80 people inside the Three Holes Village Hall.


Boss of West Norfolk train operator quits over timetable chaos

15 June 2018
Boss of West Norfolk train operator quits over timetable chaos

Boss of West Norfolk train operator quits over timetable chaos

15 June 2018

'I recognise that passengers have been hugely frustrated', says departing chief executive


Roadworks planned for A17 at Terrington St Clement this weekend

15 June 2018
Roadworks planned for A17 at Terrington St Clement this weekend

Roadworks planned for A17 at Terrington St Clement this weekend

15 June 2018

Route to be partially shut for resurfacing on Sunday


Blooming lovely day as St Germans Parish Church holds festival

15 June 2018
Blooming lovely day as St Germans Parish Church holds festival

Blooming lovely day as St Germans Parish Church holds festival

15 June 2018

St Germans Parish Church was filled with scent and colour at the weekend for the annual flower festival.


Fears raised after Downham Market homes appeal won

15 June 2018
Fears raised after Downham Market homes appeal won

Fears raised after Downham Market homes appeal won

15 June 2018

Hundreds of new homes on the outskirts of Downham Market will “put a strain” on the town, it has been warned.


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