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The beacon was a prelude to an extensive weekend jubilee programme which featured music, food and displays of the 1953 Coronation.
All three excelled in a tough application process and fought off competition to gain an offer from the prestigious university.
The event which was in aid of church funds was entitled Miracles – God At Work and the amount raised delighted organisers.
The company has been recognised in a hotly contested category for the second year in a row in the esteemed Pure Beauty Global Awards.
A beacon was lit in the village followed by a spectacular display on Thursday night.
The mayor performed the ceremony and helped to plant one of seven trees in the village which symbolised seven decades of Her Majesty's reign.
Large crowd gathers to watch performers including Kings Morris Dancers, Band Age, Nelson's Shantymen, The Fried Pirates and headliners MelodyBeats.
The campaigner for a heated swimming pool in town was elected in 1969 for Gaywood and she was a governor of four St James’s schools.
Inspirational Teacher of the Year (Primary) category given backing for the awards which will take place at Knights Hill Hotel, Lynn, on July 21.
Storytelling, handmade crafts and more.
The young children from the 12th King's Lynn Scout Group held a Platinum Jubilee party and picnic at a famous West Norfolk home at the weekend.
Turnstone columnist John Maiden takes readers through memories of Hunstanton's past swimming facilities.
Stars' rider and team-mate Lawson were responsible for three maximums together versus the visiting Panthers in the Premiership.
School council received the coins on behalf of all the pupils.
The half scale – 19 feet long – replica of the Queen's coach will be on show at a local church from Thursday as part of bank holiday celebrations.
The duo were given flights in light aircraft at a Lincolnshire base and one found herself the pupil of a very high ranking officer, an ex-cadet.
The iconic landmark stands 100-plus metres tall and was designed by Sir Norman Foster, the same architect behind the new Wembley Stadium.
The public can see any four-day bank holiday updates by following borough council social media and looking for the #JubileeInWestNorfolk hashtag.
Stars make it back-to-back home successes at the Adrian Flux Arena