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Owner of closed Stoke Ferry pub accuses community group of doing little but 'frustrating' development

06 October 2020
Owner of closed Stoke Ferry pub accuses community group of doing little but 'frustrating' development

Owner of closed Stoke Ferry pub accuses community group of doing little but 'frustrating' development

06 October 2020

Save The Blue Bell shown 'lack of activity and not taken up offers of financial help'


McDonald's wants digital upgrade for drive thru customers at West Lynn

06 October 2020
McDonald's wants digital upgrade for drive thru customers at West Lynn

McDonald's wants digital upgrade for drive thru customers at West Lynn

06 October 2020

Permission wanted for new display signage at Clenchwarton Road site


Health and wellbeing centre planned with Lynn salon move

06 October 2020
Health and wellbeing centre planned with Lynn salon move

Health and wellbeing centre planned with Lynn salon move

06 October 2020

Jobs created if permission granted for change of use of former Night Shelter


Shock as two of area's biggest charities decide to call it a day

02 October 2020
Shock as two of area's biggest charities decide to call it a day

Shock as two of area's biggest charities decide to call it a day

02 October 2020

Dedicated, small band of members disbands after fundraising income plummeted during lockdown.


Zippy is wheely doing well now he’s got his skates on

01 October 2020
Zippy is wheely doing well now he’s got his skates on

Zippy is wheely doing well now he’s got his skates on

01 October 2020

Recovery aided by set of wheels after he became paralysed after slipping a disc while jumping off the sofa.


Top award recognises Nikki's work with King's Lynn national charity Scotty's Little Soldiers

30 September 2020
Top award recognises Nikki's work with King's Lynn national charity Scotty's Little Soldiers

Top award recognises Nikki's work with King's Lynn national charity Scotty's Little Soldiers

30 September 2020

She scoops Family Values Award at Soldiering On Awards 2020


Welney heritage centre and campsite on the cards

29 September 2020
Welney heritage centre and campsite on the cards

Welney heritage centre and campsite on the cards

29 September 2020

Plan to convert unused buildings in Back Drove


RSPCA's fear after 88 horse incidents in Norfolk during lockdown

29 September 2020
RSPCA's fear after 88 horse incidents in Norfolk during lockdown

RSPCA's fear after 88 horse incidents in Norfolk during lockdown

29 September 2020

Financial pressures could lead more cases of equine neglect or abandonment


18 new flats planned for King's Lynn town centre

29 September 2020
18 new flats planned for King's Lynn town centre

18 new flats planned for King's Lynn town centre

29 September 2020

Proposal for conversion and extension of former Royal British Legion branch in Tower Street


More big cuts proposed as Norfolk County Council looks to balance books

25 September 2020
More big cuts proposed as Norfolk County Council looks to balance books

More big cuts proposed as Norfolk County Council looks to balance books

25 September 2020

Wide range of reductions as budget gap goes from £45m to £15m


Survey asks young people what's good and not so good about Lynn town centre

25 September 2020
Survey asks young people what's good and not so good about Lynn town centre

Survey asks young people what's good and not so good about Lynn town centre

25 September 2020

Answers will help shape £25m funding bid - and three respondents will win £50 voucher


West Norfolk Council's £10.5m 'rainy day' fund expected to be gone within three years

25 September 2020
West Norfolk Council's £10.5m 'rainy day' fund expected to be gone within three years

West Norfolk Council's £10.5m 'rainy day' fund expected to be gone within three years

25 September 2020

Impact of coronavirus pandemic and future pension payments will quickly eat up the pot


Two key wins for campaigners in fight to reopen Stoke Ferry pub

23 September 2020
Two key wins for campaigners in fight to reopen Stoke Ferry pub

Two key wins for campaigners in fight to reopen Stoke Ferry pub

23 September 2020

Dwelling planning permission refused and financial support from charity supporting rural community business


West Norfolk Council agrees repayment plan with NWES for outstanding KLIC loans

23 September 2020
West Norfolk Council agrees repayment plan with NWES for outstanding KLIC loans

West Norfolk Council agrees repayment plan with NWES for outstanding KLIC loans

23 September 2020

Remaining £1.1million to be paid over five-and-a-half years


Lynn teenager arrested in Wisbech murder investigation

23 September 2020
Lynn teenager arrested in Wisbech murder investigation

Lynn teenager arrested in Wisbech murder investigation

23 September 2020

18-year-old man questioned on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder


Gaywood primary school 'given rough ride over Covid-19 safety measures'

22 September 2020
Gaywood primary school 'given rough ride over Covid-19 safety measures'

Gaywood primary school 'given rough ride over Covid-19 safety measures'

22 September 2020

A parent has spoken in defence of the headteacher and school


XR activists deface King's Lynn council buildings with messages urging climate change action

22 September 2020
XR activists deface King's Lynn council buildings with messages urging climate change action

XR activists deface King's Lynn council buildings with messages urging climate change action

22 September 2020

The graffiti - in chalk spray paint - include "act now" and "You R failing us"


New climate change policy set to be adopted in West Norfolk

20 September 2020
New climate change policy set to be adopted in West Norfolk

New climate change policy set to be adopted in West Norfolk

20 September 2020

The council says it is focused on tackling climate change.


Coronavirus financial impact on borough council outlined

18 September 2020
Coronavirus financial impact on borough council outlined

Coronavirus financial impact on borough council outlined

18 September 2020

The loss of key income streams, such as car parking fees and culture and leisure services, has left the council facing a huge budget deficit.


Delayed arrival: Couple's thrill over postponed wedding ceremony at Wolferton's former railway station

17 September 2020
Delayed arrival: Couple's thrill over postponed wedding ceremony at Wolferton's former railway station

Delayed arrival: Couple's thrill over postponed wedding ceremony at Wolferton's former railway station

17 September 2020

Just two guests see Rob and Lynda married but they get to live it all again next year


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