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Fakenham opticians urges parents to take children for free eye tests

Fakenham opticians urges parents to take children for free eye tests

Fakenham opticians urges parents to take children for free eye tests

17 August 2017

Parents in Fakenham are being advised to use the summer break to get their children’s eyes tested free before they return to school.


Hunstanton caught in full bloom

Hunstanton caught in full bloom

Hunstanton caught in full bloom

10 August 2017

Hunstanton was in full bloom on Monday as judges from the Royal Horticultural Society visited the resort for the national Britain in Bloom competition.


Butcher’s and deli to open in Little Fransham

Butcher’s and deli to open in Little Fransham

Butcher’s and deli to open in Little Fransham

04 August 2017

Husband and wife team Michael and Sarah Willgress, who both grew up in West Norfolk, are set to open a new deli and butcher’s store next week.


Malcolm clocks up 40 years at King’s Lynn factory

Malcolm clocks up 40 years at King’s Lynn factory

Malcolm clocks up 40 years at King’s Lynn factory

04 August 2017

Long serving employee Malcolm Brown has clocked up 40 years at the Lynn factory which was Frigoscandia when he first joined in 1977, now known as Greenyard Frozen UK Ltd.


King’s Lynn nail artist wins top award

King’s Lynn nail artist wins top award

King’s Lynn nail artist wins top award

04 August 2017

Lynn nail professional Scarlett Senter is celebrating a triumphant win after being named the Polish and Paint Artist of the Year at the Scratch Stars Awards 2017.


New shop at East Rudham flourishes in first months of trading

New shop at East Rudham flourishes in first months of trading

New shop at East Rudham flourishes in first months of trading

04 August 2017

A new shop which opened in the picturesque setting of The Green in East Rudham is seeing trade flourish in its first few months of business.


Letter: Nick Vinehill, August 1, 2017

Letter: Nick Vinehill, August 1, 2017

Letter: Nick Vinehill, August 1, 2017

01 August 2017

In the short time since Article 50 was triggered it’s obvious the pitfalls and complexities of Brexit are becoming clearer and that many of your more robust Brexiteer correspondents are becoming increasingly agitated to find positive advantages for leaving.


New 24-hour fitness club due to open in King’s Lynn

New 24-hour fitness club due to open in King’s Lynn

New 24-hour fitness club due to open in King’s Lynn

28 July 2017

Round-the-clock opportunities for fitness enthusiasts will be available when Lynn’s first 24-hour gym is set to open in September.


King’s Lynn salon expands to include beauty therapy

King’s Lynn salon expands to include beauty therapy

King’s Lynn salon expands to include beauty therapy

28 July 2017

A salon which opened in Lynn just six months ago has expanded by launching a new beauty room and recruiting more staff.


Chairman of New Anglia LEP to stand down

Chairman of New Anglia LEP to stand down

Chairman of New Anglia LEP to stand down

28 July 2017

New Anglia LEP chairman Mark Pendlington has announced that he is to stand down from the role this autumn, after spending three years in the office.


Letter: Sue Bruce, July 28,2017

Letter: Sue Bruce, July 28,2017

Letter: Sue Bruce, July 28,2017

28 July 2017

Considering all the money spent on Lynnsport development I fail to understand why two areas of safety are not being adopted despite this being raised several times with both the borough council and Norfolk County Council.


Negotiation is key for West Norfolk commerce on passage to Brexit

Negotiation is key for West Norfolk commerce on passage to Brexit

Negotiation is key for West Norfolk commerce on passage to Brexit

28 July 2017

Current events point to the importance of talking matters through when it comes to getting things done. It’s about negotiation.


Happy friers are an appetite for Sutton Bridge

Happy friers are an appetite for Sutton Bridge

Happy friers are an appetite for Sutton Bridge

27 July 2017

The tight-knit team at a Sutton Bridge takeaway are celebrating their second anniversary determined to be the village’s “kebab choice”.


Hunstanton store donates new laptop

Hunstanton store donates new laptop

Hunstanton store donates new laptop

27 July 2017

Hughes Electrical in Hunstanton has donated a laptop computer to help a local charity run more efficiently.


Letter: C M Holborow, July 25, 2017

Letter: C M Holborow, July 25, 2017

Letter: C M Holborow, July 25, 2017

25 July 2017

In response to the letter about a motorway destroying our way of life (Lynn News, July 14), I totally agree with Richard JC English about the link to North West Norfolk.


New village stores open at East Rudham

New village stores open at East Rudham

New village stores open at East Rudham

24 July 2017

East Rudham has village stores once again having reopened on Saturday with new shopkeepers and a fresh name.


Evening of music, ale and barbering at King’s Lynn emporium

Evening of music, ale and barbering at King’s Lynn emporium

Evening of music, ale and barbering at King’s Lynn emporium

21 July 2017

Lynn’s Captain Fawcett’s Emporium, based on Hardwick Narrows Estate, is holding an evening of master barbering, music and ale on Tuesday.


King’s Lynn based care firm expands its services

King’s Lynn based care firm expands its services

King’s Lynn based care firm expands its services

21 July 2017

A new care support service launched by a Lynn businessman aims to ease everyday challenges facing some individuals.


Charlie off to a frying start in UK contest

Charlie off to a frying start in UK contest

Charlie off to a frying start in UK contest

21 July 2017

Chip shop employee Charlie Cartwright, of Gaywood, is all set to compete in a national competition which could see him recognised nationally for his frying skills.


Smiths the Bakers to open new shop in King’s Lynn High Street

Smiths the Bakers to open new shop in King’s Lynn High Street

Smiths the Bakers to open new shop in King’s Lynn High Street

21 July 2017

A new branch of established Lynn business Smiths the Bakers is due to open at 1 High Street in the town later this summer.


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