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It’s Malcolm the Third for Rotary club

13 July 2018
It’s Malcolm the Third for Rotary club

It’s Malcolm the Third for Rotary club

13 July 2018

The new president of Swaffham’s Rotary Club has been getting used to a familiar role once again.


A splash of success at raft race in Hilgay

13 July 2018
A splash of success at raft race in Hilgay

A splash of success at raft race in Hilgay

13 July 2018

A popular charity event made a splash when it returned to a West Norfolk village last weekend.


More men pass test than women in King's Lynn

13 July 2018
More men pass test than women in King's Lynn

More men pass test than women in King's Lynn

13 July 2018

The practice seems to be better than theory for learner drivers taking their tests in Lynn, according to new data.


Shouldham fete is now one great day

13 July 2018
Shouldham fete is now one great day

Shouldham fete is now one great day

13 July 2018

There were tractor rides around the villages, pony rides for younger visitors, a tea tent, a barbecue and a wide variety of stalls.


Paws for Thought: July 13, 2018

13 July 2018
Paws for Thought: July 13, 2018

Paws for Thought: July 13, 2018

13 July 2018

This week’s animal in need of a new home is Amy.


Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner to consult on fire service management

13 July 2018
Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner to consult on fire service management

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner to consult on fire service management

13 July 2018

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner has launched a public consultation on whether his office should manage the county’s fire service.


As much as 25% growth in house building in West Norfolk

13 July 2018
As much as 25% growth in house building in West Norfolk

As much as 25% growth in house building in West Norfolk

13 July 2018

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 understands why ministers quit over Brexit

13 July 2018
North West Norfolk MP understands why ministers quit over Brexit

North West Norfolk MP understands why ministers quit over Brexit

13 July 2018

North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham has given guarded support to the Prime Minister’s Chequers declaration on Brexit.


Firearms officers called to reports of man making threats in Fakenham

13 July 2018
Firearms officers called to reports of man making threats in Fakenham

Firearms officers called to reports of man making threats in Fakenham

13 July 2018

'No risk' to the general public, officers stress


Seeing stars at Abbey’s open-air film nights

13 July 2018
Seeing stars at Abbey’s open-air film nights

Seeing stars at Abbey’s open-air film nights

13 July 2018

Some well-loved classic films will feature in three open-air cinema evenings at Creake Abbey.


West Norfolk councillor faces hearing over ‘docks’ remark

13 July 2018
West Norfolk councillor faces hearing over ‘docks’ remark

West Norfolk councillor faces hearing over ‘docks’ remark

13 July 2018

A West Norfolk councillor is facing a standards hearing over claims he breached the authority’s code of conduct.


Dozens of tickets issued to illegal parkers at Bawsey Pits

13 July 2018
Dozens of tickets issued to illegal parkers at Bawsey Pits

Dozens of tickets issued to illegal parkers at Bawsey Pits

13 July 2018

Up to 30 tickets a day are being issued to drivers illegally parking on the road past a beauty spot.


King's Lynn Winter Night Shelter’s expansion given green light

13 July 2018
King's Lynn Winter Night Shelter’s expansion given green light

King's Lynn Winter Night Shelter’s expansion given green light

13 July 2018

The expansion of a winter night shelter in Lynn has been given the go-ahead following a formal investment from West Norfolk Council.


Lola tackles classic songs at The Hoste

13 July 2018
Lola tackles classic songs at The Hoste

Lola tackles classic songs at The Hoste

13 July 2018

Step back in time and enjoy a vintage performance from ‘Miss Lola Lamour’ on Friday, July 20.


The Mintlyn Crematorium opens to public

13 July 2018
The Mintlyn Crematorium opens to public

The Mintlyn Crematorium opens to public

13 July 2018

The Mintlyn Crematorium, on the edge of Lynn, opened its doors to the public for an open day on Saturday.


Driver caught in King's Lynn using bucket as seat and steering with mole grips

13 July 2018
Driver caught in King's Lynn using bucket as seat and steering with mole grips

Driver caught in King's Lynn using bucket as seat and steering with mole grips

13 July 2018

Police say they caught a driver in Lynn using a bucket as a seat and a pair of mole grips as a steering wheel.


Future of King's Lynn historic ferry in doubt despite buyer coming forward

13 July 2018
Future of King's Lynn historic ferry in doubt despite buyer coming forward

Future of King's Lynn historic ferry in doubt despite buyer coming forward

13 July 2018

The future of Lynn’s historic ferry is in doubt after a would-be buyer was told he could not apply for EU funding because West Lynn is not a village.


Four musicians from Great Massingham donate £1,500 to charity

13 July 2018
Four musicians from Great Massingham donate £1,500 to charity

Four musicians from Great Massingham donate £1,500 to charity

13 July 2018

Four musicians from Great Massingham have raised £1,500 to support West Norfolk’s homeless population.


Letter: Kevin Holland July 13, 2018

13 July 2018
Letter: Kevin Holland July 13, 2018

Letter: Kevin Holland July 13, 2018

13 July 2018

Richard English makes a very good point regarding new houses and their lack of solar panels.


Letter: Steve Mackinder July 13, 2018

13 July 2018
Letter: Steve Mackinder July 13, 2018

Letter: Steve Mackinder July 13, 2018

13 July 2018

Once again the comic fist-pumping rhetoric of J Corbyn’ s biggest fan is splurged across our Viewpoint pages (Lynn News, July 6).


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