Home   Authors   Author

Fete boosts Swaffham Infant and Nursery School funds

22 July 2018
Fete boosts Swaffham Infant and Nursery School funds

Fete boosts Swaffham Infant and Nursery School funds

22 July 2018

A total of £1,882 was raised during a fete held at the Swaffham Infant and Nursery School on Saturday.


Downham Grange residents' choir to make first public performance

22 July 2018
Downham Grange residents' choir to make first public performance

Downham Grange residents' choir to make first public performance

22 July 2018

Downham Grange residents’ choir are performing their first public performance at the care home’s Norfolk Day fair next Friday.


Realist paintings are jewels in the crown

22 July 2018
Realist paintings are jewels in the crown

Realist paintings are jewels in the crown

22 July 2018

These images on the page – they’re photographs of a brick wall and barges, right? Wrong!


That's Entertainment - A festival full of fun by Andy Tyler

22 July 2018
That's Entertainment - A festival full of fun by Andy Tyler

That's Entertainment - A festival full of fun by Andy Tyler

22 July 2018

It’s The King’s Lynn Festival, of course, which got off to a great start last Sunday and continues until July 28.


School donates to Brancaster village hall after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

22 July 2018
School donates to Brancaster village hall after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

School donates to Brancaster village hall after ‘good’ Ofsted rating

22 July 2018

Pupils from Brancaster Church of England VA Primary School have donated £165 to their village hall after achieving a ‘good’ Ofsted rating.


Horticultural Society Show is ‘best to date’

22 July 2018
Horticultural Society Show is ‘best to date’

Horticultural Society Show is ‘best to date’

22 July 2018

The third annual Downham Market and District Horticultural Society Show has been the best to date.


Anglo-Saxon malthouse discovered at Sedgeford dig

22 July 2018
Anglo-Saxon malthouse discovered at Sedgeford dig

Anglo-Saxon malthouse discovered at Sedgeford dig

22 July 2018

Anglo-Saxon malthouse discovered at Sedgeford dig


Organ donation transformed Gemma’s life

21 July 2018
Organ donation transformed Gemma’s life

Organ donation transformed Gemma’s life

21 July 2018

A Lynn hospital member is championing organ donation following her own life-changing transplant.


The future’s Bright Map as far as churches concerned

21 July 2018
The future’s Bright Map as far as churches concerned

The future’s Bright Map as far as churches concerned

21 July 2018

The Diocese of Norwich has launched a new website mapping tool that offers access to numerous groups and activities across Norfolk.


Rotary Club of King’s Lynn vice-president hosts fundraiser

21 July 2018
Rotary Club of King’s Lynn vice-president hosts fundraiser

Rotary Club of King’s Lynn vice-president hosts fundraiser

21 July 2018

Vice-president of the Rotary Club of King’s Lynn, Steve Roberts, and his wife, Elaine, threw open their Gayton home and garden on Sunday.


Westacre and coffee dates

21 July 2018
Westacre and coffee dates

Westacre and coffee dates

21 July 2018

The “magnetic, sparkling and lyrical” Aurea Quartet will perform an afternoon concert at Westacre Theatre on Sunday.


Smithdon High takes home winning shield

21 July 2018
Smithdon High takes home winning shield

Smithdon High takes home winning shield

21 July 2018

Teams under West Norfolk Academies Trust went head-to-head in Dow Chemical King’s Lynn’s new STEM initiative last week.


TV and music stars head to Lynn Festival week

21 July 2018
TV and music stars head to Lynn Festival week

TV and music stars head to Lynn Festival week

21 July 2018

More famous names will be taking part in King’s Lynn Festival over the next week.


Reported crime in West Norfolk up by 12 per cent

20 July 2018
Reported crime in West Norfolk up by 12 per cent

Reported crime in West Norfolk up by 12 per cent

20 July 2018

Crime has increased year-on-year in West Norfolk, according to the latest police-recorded figures.


Emergency services on scene of grass fire in South Lynn

20 July 2018
Emergency services on scene of grass fire in South Lynn

Emergency services on scene of grass fire in South Lynn

20 July 2018

Emergency officials are currently on the scene of a grass fire on a river bank in South Lynn.


New pre-school opens in West Norfolk

20 July 2018
New pre-school opens in West Norfolk

New pre-school opens in West Norfolk

20 July 2018

Harpley Church of England Primary School has opened a pre-school within its existing school grounds.


Anger as blaze wrecks Swaffham sports facility

20 July 2018
Anger as blaze wrecks Swaffham sports facility

Anger as blaze wrecks Swaffham sports facility

20 July 2018

Community leaders are fearing a significant repair bill after part of a town sports facility was wrecked by a fire.


Patients urged to get active to boost West Norfolk exercise rates

20 July 2018
Patients urged to get active to boost West Norfolk exercise rates

Patients urged to get active to boost West Norfolk exercise rates

20 July 2018

Doctors are encouraging patients to put on their running shoes and get active by joining their nearest parkrun.


Film director thanks King's Lynn for 'cooperation'

20 July 2018
Film director thanks King's Lynn for 'cooperation'

Film director thanks King's Lynn for 'cooperation'

20 July 2018

The director of a new Charles Dickens adaptation has thanked people in Lynn for their assistance while scenes have been filmed in the town this week.


Infrastructure work ‘can be done years faster’, says report

20 July 2018
Infrastructure work ‘can be done years faster’, says report

Infrastructure work ‘can be done years faster’, says report

20 July 2018

Major infrastructure improvements on key routes to and from West Norfolk could be delivered months or years earlier if a new approach is adopted.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More