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Alarm after flood objection for development lifted ‘without drainage board consent’

Alarm after flood objection for development lifted ‘without drainage board consent’

Alarm after flood objection for development lifted ‘without drainage board consent’

23 October 2020

A stakeholder meeting took place this week but not everyone is satisfied by the plans.


Climate group chairman hopes Green Britain Centre can 'fulfil original mission'

Climate group chairman hopes Green Britain Centre can 'fulfil original mission'

Climate group chairman hopes Green Britain Centre can 'fulfil original mission'

23 October 2020

He used to volunteer at the building with his wife, and wants to see it reopened.


Schoolchildren can name seven new gritters for Norfolk's roads

Schoolchildren can name seven new gritters for Norfolk's roads

Schoolchildren can name seven new gritters for Norfolk's roads

22 October 2020

Nofolk County Council updates fleet with stare-of-the-art technology


Proposed Heacham community hall 'will be worth the wait'

Proposed Heacham community hall 'will be worth the wait'

Proposed Heacham community hall 'will be worth the wait'

21 October 2020

Parish council hopes to welcome residents to the project in by mid-2022


Record number of knot at Snettisham

Record number of knot at Snettisham

Record number of knot at Snettisham

21 October 2020

140,000 birds fly in to West Norfolk from as far away as Canada.


'We are starting to look like idiots': frustration over council's climate change working group delay

'We are starting to look like idiots': frustration over council's climate change working group delay

'We are starting to look like idiots': frustration over council's climate change working group delay

21 October 2020

Claims of 'political posturing' and a meeting not being 'fit for purpose' as row rumbles on.


Three people interviewed by police over graffiti attacks on council property in King's Lynn

Three people interviewed by police over graffiti attacks on council property in King's Lynn

Three people interviewed by police over graffiti attacks on council property in King's Lynn

21 October 2020

Climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion King's Lynn and West Norfolk claimed responsbility


Council to appoint climate change officer as cabinet member admits frustration at policy delay

Council to appoint climate change officer as cabinet member admits frustration at policy delay

Council to appoint climate change officer as cabinet member admits frustration at policy delay

21 October 2020

Officials say the authority has 'worked hard' to get the policy back on track following the peak of the coronavirus pandemic.


Volunteers dig deep to plant Trees of Hope on King's Lynn land

Volunteers dig deep to plant Trees of Hope on King's Lynn land

Volunteers dig deep to plant Trees of Hope on King's Lynn land

20 October 2020

An initiative which aims to help tackle climate change has continued despite coronavirus restrictions – and organisers hope they can inspire others.


Climate change 'moved up agenda' as part of borough council reshuffle

Climate change 'moved up agenda' as part of borough council reshuffle

Climate change 'moved up agenda' as part of borough council reshuffle

19 October 2020

Two new roles have been created and begin with immediate effect.


Flood alert update: Pictures from high tide today in King's Lynn

Flood alert update: Pictures from high tide today in King's Lynn

Flood alert update: Pictures from high tide today in King's Lynn

18 October 2020

Defences hold despite high level of the water.


Flood alert issued for West Norfolk

Flood alert issued for West Norfolk

Flood alert issued for West Norfolk

17 October 2020

Highest tide is tomorrow morning.


Award for five public spaces in the borough

Award for five public spaces in the borough

Award for five public spaces in the borough

16 October 2020

They are among 161 winners in the East of England category.


Duck mess causes woe in churchyard

Duck mess causes woe in churchyard

Duck mess causes woe in churchyard

15 October 2020

A district council officer has been contacted over the issue.


West Norfolk Council plans working group to shape climate change response

West Norfolk Council plans working group to shape climate change response

West Norfolk Council plans working group to shape climate change response

14 October 2020

The group is expected to be set up next week, but is unlikely to formally meet until next year.


Grant enables Hawk and Owl Trust to edge closer to becoming carbon neutral reserve

Grant enables Hawk and Owl Trust to edge closer to becoming carbon neutral reserve

Grant enables Hawk and Owl Trust to edge closer to becoming carbon neutral reserve

13 October 2020

Sheringham Shoal Community Fund helps Sculthorpe Moor attraction


King's Lynn and West Norfolk stuck in broadband slow lane

King's Lynn and West Norfolk stuck in broadband slow lane

King's Lynn and West Norfolk stuck in broadband slow lane

11 October 2020

District in UK's bottom 15 per cent for download speeds


King's Lynn campaigners' protest against development work in Harding's Way

King's Lynn campaigners' protest against development work in Harding's Way

King's Lynn campaigners' protest against development work in Harding's Way

09 October 2020

Residents unhappy as council begins work on access roads


The arrival of wild cattle, ponies and pigs is imminent at a West Norfolk rewilding site

The arrival of wild cattle, ponies and pigs is imminent at a West Norfolk rewilding site

The arrival of wild cattle, ponies and pigs is imminent at a West Norfolk rewilding site

07 October 2020

The grazing animals will enhance habitats and boost biodiversity.


West Norfolk solar farm scheme 'could power thousands of homes', developers claim

West Norfolk solar farm scheme 'could power thousands of homes', developers claim

West Norfolk solar farm scheme 'could power thousands of homes', developers claim

07 October 2020

Developers are seeking permission to generate power from a remote West Norfolk site for at least 35 years.


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