After more than 40 years of showing thousands of people around King’s Lynn’s history, the King’s Lynn Town Guides have taken on a new identity.
Work by textile artists from around the UK inspired by multiple exposure photographs was displayed at Thornham Village Hall over the weekend.
West Norfolk borough mayor, Nick Daubney, flagged away more than 80 cherished cars on Lynn Motor Club’s classic car rally on Sunday.
A brand new animated science fiction episode by Lynn film producers of Zey The Mouse is out now on YouTube.
More and more young adults in West Norfolk are rejecting cigarettes and choosing not to smoke, new figures have revealed.
From blood pressure readings to calculating body mass index, professionals were providing free health checks in Reffley on Sunday.
Town one of 10 sites included in new proposal
The new president of Swaffham’s Rotary Club has been getting used to a familiar role once again.
A popular charity event made a splash when it returned to a West Norfolk village last weekend.
The practice seems to be better than theory for learner drivers taking their tests in Lynn, according to new data.
There were tractor rides around the villages, pony rides for younger visitors, a tea tent, a barbecue and a wide variety of stalls.
This week’s animal in need of a new home is Amy.
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has launched a public consultation on whether his office should manage the county’s fire service.
The number of new houses being built in West Norfolk is three times the national average according to newly-released data from Whitehall.
North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham has given guarded support to the Prime Minister’s Chequers declaration on Brexit.
'No risk' to the general public, officers stress
Some well-loved classic films will feature in three open-air cinema evenings at Creake Abbey.
A West Norfolk councillor is facing a standards hearing over claims he breached the authority’s code of conduct.
Up to 30 tickets a day are being issued to drivers illegally parking on the road past a beauty spot.
The expansion of a winter night shelter in Lynn has been given the go-ahead following a formal investment from West Norfolk Council.