The founder of a Lynn charity is set to run the distance of a marathon this month to raise funds to keep supporting bereaved Armed Forces children.
New data showing a breakdown of where people who died with Covid-19 are from in West Norfolk has been released by the ONS today.
More than two-thirds of the West Norfolk firms eligible for grants have received payment – and those who have not applied are being urged to do so.
A woman who was staying in a tent in a Lynn churchyard during the coronavirus pandemic has been found accommodation, officials have said.
A Lynn hospital worker who died from the coronavirus was honoured during a spectacular light show timed to coincide with the weekly Clap for Carers.
Behind those on the frontline tackling the coronavirus at Lynn’s QEH is a team working behind the scenes to keep things running smoothly.
They may not be able to perform in person at the moment, but lockdown has not stopped a concert band from joining together for an online performance.
A company in Downham is helping bring smiles to residents’ faces by leaving ‘pocket hugs’ across the town for them to discover and keep.
A worker at the Cats Protection adoption centre near Downham says she will be taking lockdown to a "whole new level" during a 26-hour sit-in.
Parish councillors have expressed their support for proposals for hundreds of cattle to be housed in new buildings on the Sandringham Estate.
A woman who owns a caravan at a West Norfolk leisure resort has claimed she and others are “very disgruntled” at the situation during lockdown.
An RAF widow from Marham is set to take on a virtual mountain climb next month to raise funds for a Lynn charity that has supported her family.
Teaching staff at Lynn’s CWA have been producing vital PPE to keep those on the frontline safe during the coronavirus crisis.
Three teenage girls are due to appear in court next month after being charged in connection with a series of shoplifting offences in Swaffham.
A Lynn woman is helping to keep residents of the town entertained while boosting charities' funds, thanks to her live performances.
A man has been taken to hospital with minor injuries after police were called to reports of an altercation in Lynn this morning.
Hundreds of Easter eggs have been donated to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital thanks to the efforts of two West Norfolk men.
A youngster has found a special way to thank workers at a Lynn care home.
Norfolk Police have said they are continuing to take “robust action” against speeding drivers as figures show an increase in speeding offences.
Staff at the Macmillan Care and Treatment Centre at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital are sending Captain Tom Moore a special birthday thank you.