A photographer has produced a 40-page colouring book featuring images of West Norfolk, with a proportion of the proceeds going to the Lynn's QEH.
A photographer is putting together a series of pictures to document the state of lockdown and how it is affecting Fakenham.
Three people with coronavirus have died at care homes in West Norfolk, according to provisional data published by the ONS today.
A Lynn artist has shared 20 pictures of the town's landmarks to be used as a free mindfulness colouring resource during lockdown.
The director of a Lynn shellfish company has described plans to support England’s fishing and aquaculture sectors with £10 million as a “lifeline”.
Bereaved British Armed Forces children being helped by Lynn-based charity Scotty's Little Soldiers are supporting each other during lockdown.
A mental health charity is calling on its supporters in West Norfolk to join a new challenge next week.
One more patient has died at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital having tested positive for coronavirus.
Personalised videos marking birthdays and anniversaries are set to help raise funds for Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
A West Norfolk secondary school has received an award recognising its efforts to prevent and respond to bullying.
The boss of a company which runs a care home in Downham has written to the Government calling for more support for the social care sector.
Students at a West Norfolk secondary school have been putting their lockdown time to good use, by writing ‘kindness letters’.
The number of people visiting the A&E department at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital in March was down a fifth on the previous month.
Norfolk Police has issued more than 100 fines for breaches of Government regulations during the coronavirus lockdown, according to provisional data.
Two people were taken to hospital, one with serious injuries, after a collision in East Winch yesterday morning.
Like many others in the borough, a business in West Norfolk has diversified during the coronavirus crisis and is now offering contactless collections.
Norfolk Police has issued security advice to business owners after a number of burglaries at premises in Lynn last week.
Organisers have launched a crowdfunding appeal to help pay for next year's Festival Too in Lynn, after this year's event was cancelled.
Officials are urging people not to approach a whale which has been found dead on a West Norfolk beach this week.
A member of the band Deaf Havana is set to shave his head next week to boost funds at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital during the coronavirus pandemic.