The 'voice of cricket', Henry Blofeld, is coming to Hunstanton's Princess Theatre this weekend.
A roadshow will take place in Swaffham later this month as part of a new initiative designed to help promote its independent shops.
A popular West Norfolk event which had faced an uncertain future attracted thousands of visitors as the sun shone over the Bank Holiday weekend.
A coroner has voiced concerns about the frequency of checks undertaken on a hospital patient before she died.
I have read, both in the national and local press, letters from members of the public who are anti Smart meters.
This summer is the perfect time to take advantage of the Norfolk National Garden Scheme with gardens across West Norfolk set to join in by opening their gates to visitors.
Lynn’s Corn Exchange hosts a special RAF100 Band Concert on Wednesday to mark 100 years since the founding of the Royal Air Force.
Open auditions are being held at Lynn’s Corn Exchange this Sunday for a youth production of The Addams Family, set to be performed this October.
Lynn Cycling Club’s Bethany Barnett claimed second place in the Fakenham Crits on Sunday afternoon.
Lynn will become a hive of artistic activity this weekend as several new exhibitions open up to visitors across the area.
Lynn’s Town Hall was packed with a 200-strong audience for the Diana Bullock Annual Memorial Lecture on Sir Robert Walpole and Houghton Hall.
Next week sees the first of three fascinating lectures focusing on women who have played important roles in Norfolk’s history as the Stories of Lynn return.
Three items caught my eye in this Tuesday’s Lynn News, one bringing back happy memories, as it concerned the saving of an extensive archive of the life and career of Peggy Spencer, the dance legend who retired to live near family in Lynn and who died in 2016.
The wet weather wreaked havoc with the Easter sporting programme.
A Lynn musical theatre star will be bringing his best West End performance to home turf when Shrek The Musical comes to the Norwich stage this June.
Japan. It’s slightly larger than the UK, but has a much bigger population, and add in the fact that 73 per cent of the land surface is unsuitable for agriculture or habitation, the area that is left is amongst the most crowded in the world.
Marriott’s Warehouse Trust have announced their spring programme lecture series is set to kick off later this month on the South Quay.
The musical director for West Norfolk Singers is looking to pass the baton to a younger local talent in his retirement.