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Village allotment growing well

Village allotment growing well

Village allotment growing well

26 November 2021

An allotment, created by two mums to bring villagers together, is flourishing thanks to a grant of £3,000.


Burst main hits West Norfolk water supplies

Burst main hits West Norfolk water supplies

Burst main hits West Norfolk water supplies

25 November 2021

Supplies across large parts of the borough are being affected.


Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

Prepare for flooding warns the Environment Agency

24 November 2021

Homes must prepare for flooding, says the Environment Agency, with all households being advised to check now if they're at risk.


Monitoring work continues after bird flu outbreak on estate

Monitoring work continues after bird flu outbreak on estate

Monitoring work continues after bird flu outbreak on estate

23 November 2021

A single case of the virus has been identified, officials say.


Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

Plastic plates, cups and cutlery could be banned in England

23 November 2021

A ban on single-use plastic plates, cutlery and other items such as disposable cups and sachets is being explored, the government has confirmed.


Bird flu outbreak confirmed at Norfolk farm

Bird flu outbreak confirmed at Norfolk farm

Bird flu outbreak confirmed at Norfolk farm

22 November 2021

Restricted areas have been set up around the site.


West Norfolk Council backing for Plovers in Peril

West Norfolk Council backing for Plovers in Peril

West Norfolk Council backing for Plovers in Peril

15 November 2021

An RSPB project working to protect threatened beach nesting birds in Norfolk has been awarded vital funding to continue its work until 2026.


Campaigners plead for world leaders to speed up climate action in final days of COP26 summit

Campaigners plead for world leaders to speed up climate action in final days of COP26 summit

Campaigners plead for world leaders to speed up climate action in final days of COP26 summit

11 November 2021

With the global climate conference closing tomorrow, campaigners here fear the final agreement may not be enough.


Bright sparks: King’s Lynn parkrun volunteers conduct litter pick following firework display in The Walks

Bright sparks: King’s Lynn parkrun volunteers conduct litter pick following firework display in The Walks

Bright sparks: King’s Lynn parkrun volunteers conduct litter pick following firework display in The Walks

10 November 2021

A team of 22 volunteers helped borough parks staff clear up 40 bags of rubbish following the Fawkes in the Walks firework display at the weekend.


Norfolk Chambers of Commerce want to help small businesses on the path to becoming carbon neutral

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce want to help small businesses on the path to becoming carbon neutral

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce want to help small businesses on the path to becoming carbon neutral

10 November 2021

A programme has been developed to encourage net zero.


'Action not slogans here.' County leaders claim 'significant' climate progress

'Action not slogans here.' County leaders claim 'significant' climate progress

'Action not slogans here.' County leaders claim 'significant' climate progress

10 November 2021

Statements 'make no difference' to the problems of climate change, senior figures have claimed this week.


A warming climate in Autumn and the notable decline in trees is explored in Nature Notes column

A warming climate in Autumn and the notable decline in trees is explored in Nature Notes column

A warming climate in Autumn and the notable decline in trees is explored in Nature Notes column

07 November 2021

Natureboy explores the dangers climate change is having in the natural world.


A message to save the world

A message to save the world

A message to save the world

05 November 2021

Schoolchildren's demands for action on the climate crisis have been on show in Lynn before they're taken to a major global summit.


Minster bells to ring for climate

Minster bells to ring for climate

Minster bells to ring for climate

30 October 2021

Hundreds of churches are taking part in an event this evening ahead of the start of the COP26 summit.


County climate action demanded on eve of COP26 summit

County climate action demanded on eve of COP26 summit

County climate action demanded on eve of COP26 summit

29 October 2021

County council chiefs are being told to declare a climate emergency, despite setting a target of being net zero by 2030.


Lavender fields forever in conservation day

Lavender fields forever in conservation day

Lavender fields forever in conservation day

28 October 2021

Visitors got to meet prickly creatures and learn about bees at this conservation day.


River sewage U-turn 'pathetic', campaigner says

River sewage U-turn 'pathetic', campaigner says

River sewage U-turn 'pathetic', campaigner says

28 October 2021

But a county MP says the Government has reached a workable solution.


'That's a sore point!' Chris Packham comments on white-tailed eagle decision

'That's a sore point!' Chris Packham comments on white-tailed eagle decision

'That's a sore point!' Chris Packham comments on white-tailed eagle decision

27 October 2021

The decision not to reintroduce Britain's biggest raptor as part of a rewilding scheme was referenced on Autumnwatch last night.


MPs and campaigners clash in row over river sewage plan vote

MPs and campaigners clash in row over river sewage plan vote

MPs and campaigners clash in row over river sewage plan vote

26 October 2021

MPs who voted against an amendment to a proposed new law claim their position has been misrepresented.


Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan talk to the Lynn News ahead of Autumnwatch

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan talk to the Lynn News ahead of Autumnwatch

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan talk to the Lynn News ahead of Autumnwatch

26 October 2021

Expect to see more glories of West Norfolk wildlife live on the TV tonight.


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