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Planners back major homes bid on edge of King's Lynn

Planners back major homes bid on edge of King's Lynn

Planners back major homes bid on edge of King's Lynn

07 March 2019

Proposals for hundreds of new homes on the edge of Lynn are being backed by council officials, despite growing public opposition

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Disruption to waste and recycling collections in King's Lynn and Houghton areas

Disruption to waste and recycling collections in King's Lynn and Houghton areas

Disruption to waste and recycling collections in King's Lynn and Houghton areas

06 March 2019

Bins will still be emptied today despite a service disruption


Feathery fun at Holkham nature reserve

Feathery fun at Holkham nature reserve

Feathery fun at Holkham nature reserve

02 March 2019

Holkham National Nature Reserve held activities for aspiring young ornithologists at the weekend, for a day of delightful family fun.


Working group calls for action on single use plastic in West Norfolk

Working group calls for action on single use plastic in West Norfolk

Working group calls for action on single use plastic in West Norfolk

28 February 2019

A series of proposals for action are set to be considered


Norfolk County Council denies claims pension funds are being invested in incineration

Norfolk County Council denies claims pension funds are being invested in incineration

Norfolk County Council denies claims pension funds are being invested in incineration

25 February 2019

Campaigners say they fear plans for a burner could still be revived


King's Lynn businessman backs litter campaign

King's Lynn businessman backs litter campaign

King's Lynn businessman backs litter campaign

22 February 2019

After the county council endorsed a campaign to stop fly-tipping and litter, a well-known Lynn businessman has backed the campaign


Bin collection delayed until tomorrow for those in Welney, Nordelph and Lakesend

Bin collection delayed until tomorrow for those in Welney, Nordelph and Lakesend

Bin collection delayed until tomorrow for those in Welney, Nordelph and Lakesend

11 February 2019

The borough council has advised residents to leave bins out overnight so they can be emptied tomorrow (Tuesday, February 12).


Swaffham Rotary Club dig in to mark 50th anniversary

Swaffham Rotary Club dig in to mark 50th anniversary

Swaffham Rotary Club dig in to mark 50th anniversary

10 February 2019

A 12ft specimen tree is planted by Swaffham Rotary president Malcolm Whittley to mark the 50th anniversary of the group.


Fakenham racecourse bosses fear financial losses from equine flu outbreak

Fakenham racecourse bosses fear financial losses from equine flu outbreak

Fakenham racecourse bosses fear financial losses from equine flu outbreak

08 February 2019

British racing is currently suspended because of the outbreak


New Norfolk campaign aims to Scrap flytipping for good

New Norfolk campaign aims to Scrap flytipping for good

New Norfolk campaign aims to Scrap flytipping for good

06 February 2019

Officials hope the new crackdown will cut the £1 million annual bill for tackling the problem

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Call for supporters to take part in this year's Big Farmland Bird Count

Call for supporters to take part in this year's Big Farmland Bird Count

Call for supporters to take part in this year's Big Farmland Bird Count

04 February 2019

Farmers, gamekeepers and wildlife enthusiasts urged to take part and gather important data


Conservation is king as Gaywood group clears reserve for wildlife

Conservation is king as Gaywood group clears reserve for wildlife

Conservation is king as Gaywood group clears reserve for wildlife

25 January 2019

A “thriving” conservation group spent hours clearing a nature reserve to open it up for wildlife on Monday.


By-pass must come before homes are built in West Winch, county councillor urges

By-pass must come before homes are built in West Winch, county councillor urges

By-pass must come before homes are built in West Winch, county councillor urges

18 January 2019

West Winch must have a by-pass before any more development is carried out – that’s the demand of local county councillor Alexandra Kemp.


Liz Truss joins campaigners in Marham to view site of controversial quarry proposal

Liz Truss joins campaigners in Marham to view site of controversial quarry proposal

Liz Truss joins campaigners in Marham to view site of controversial quarry proposal

18 January 2019

Campaigners are against the proposed site for silica extraction between the villages of Marham and Shouldham


Lack of bins causes problems in Gaywood

Lack of bins causes problems in Gaywood

Lack of bins causes problems in Gaywood

18 January 2019

A freelance environmental educator has expressed her concern at litter problems near a Gaywood school.


West Norfolk MP to join campaigners for proposed silica quarry site visit between Marham and Shouldham

West Norfolk MP to join campaigners for proposed silica quarry site visit between Marham and Shouldham

West Norfolk MP to join campaigners for proposed silica quarry site visit between Marham and Shouldham

18 January 2019

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss will join a campaign group today to view the proposed site for mineral extraction between Marham and Shouldham.


East of England MEP takes part in anti-whaling march

East of England MEP takes part in anti-whaling march

East of England MEP takes part in anti-whaling march

15 January 2019

East of England MEP John Flack took part in a march through central London to protest against Japan’s decision to resume commercial whaling.


Sculthorpe nature reserve scoops £820k Heritage Lottery grant

Sculthorpe nature reserve scoops £820k Heritage Lottery grant

Sculthorpe nature reserve scoops £820k Heritage Lottery grant

08 January 2019

The grant will enable the site's owners to buy neighbouring lands to expand the reserve


Former councillor appointed to lead Pensthorpe reserve

Former councillor appointed to lead Pensthorpe reserve

Former councillor appointed to lead Pensthorpe reserve

04 January 2019

Adrian Ramsay will start work at the Pensthorpe Natural Park next month


West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

31 December 2018

The penalties could also target people responsible for waste, even if they didn't dump it themselves


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