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Rats return after Downham Market residents told to stop cutting grass

Rats return after Downham Market residents told to stop cutting grass

Rats return after Downham Market residents told to stop cutting grass

10 August 2018

Residents in Downham have been left feeling helpless after a rat problem has returned following a dispute with the Environment Agency.


West Norfolk villagers set up action group in response to silica sand proposals

West Norfolk villagers set up action group in response to silica sand proposals

West Norfolk villagers set up action group in response to silica sand proposals

09 August 2018

An action group has been set up in two West Norfolk villages in a response to Norfolk County Council’s proposals for a new silica sand site.


Children urged to celebrate right to play at National Playday event in King's Lynn woods

Children urged to celebrate right to play at National Playday event in King's Lynn woods

Children urged to celebrate right to play at National Playday event in King's Lynn woods

07 August 2018

Children and their parents became one with nature on Wednesday when the Friends of Plantation Woods held a National Playday.


More transport air pollution in West Norfolk

More transport air pollution in West Norfolk

More transport air pollution in West Norfolk

04 August 2018

Efforts to cut carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in West Norfolk have been hampered by increased transport emissions over five years.


New scheme launched to encourage businesses to volunteer at Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve

New scheme launched to encourage businesses to volunteer at Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve

New scheme launched to encourage businesses to volunteer at Sculthorpe Moor nature reserve

03 August 2018

Initiative will help to encourage team-building while carrying out important conservation tasks


Vehicle and hedgerow caught in North Wootton blaze

Vehicle and hedgerow caught in North Wootton blaze

Vehicle and hedgerow caught in North Wootton blaze

26 July 2018

A vehicle and hedgerow was involved in a fire in North Wootton earlier this afternoon.


Royal couple tour Sandringham Flower Show

Royal couple tour Sandringham Flower Show

Royal couple tour Sandringham Flower Show

25 July 2018

Crowds bask in show day heat


Recycling centre consultation launched as plan to lease out former King's Lynn incinerator site backed

Recycling centre consultation launched as plan to lease out former King's Lynn incinerator site backed

Recycling centre consultation launched as plan to lease out former King's Lynn incinerator site backed

23 July 2018

Recycling centre set to move as part of power station project


Impact of Norfolk DIY waste recycling charges set to be reviewed

Impact of Norfolk DIY waste recycling charges set to be reviewed

Impact of Norfolk DIY waste recycling charges set to be reviewed

17 July 2018

Move comes as county faces new calls for policy to be scrapped


Site of controversial King's Lynn incinerator scheme could be leased for power station expansion

Site of controversial King's Lynn incinerator scheme could be leased for power station expansion

Site of controversial King's Lynn incinerator scheme could be leased for power station expansion

16 July 2018

County council to debate new use for land four years after controversial scheme was finally dropped


Ingoldisthorpe school shut by burst main

Ingoldisthorpe school shut by burst main

Ingoldisthorpe school shut by burst main

12 July 2018

Engineers hope to complete repair work by this evening


Paper mill submits plans for backup site at Saddlebow

Paper mill submits plans for backup site at Saddlebow

Paper mill submits plans for backup site at Saddlebow

12 July 2018

A Lynn-based paper manufacturing facility has submitted plans to build a second plant to use as a backup site.


Equipment designed by Gurney Environmental, of King's Lynn, to be used in Northumbria.

Equipment designed by Gurney Environmental, of King's Lynn, to be used in Northumbria.

Equipment designed by Gurney Environmental, of King's Lynn, to be used in Northumbria.

06 July 2018

System developed by Lynn engineers designed to cope with seasonal variation in population


Work to start on new Swaffham community garden

Work to start on new Swaffham community garden

Work to start on new Swaffham community garden

06 July 2018

Officials hope to create new eco-friendly space for residents and visitors


Company calls for water wisdom in heatwave

Company calls for water wisdom in heatwave

Company calls for water wisdom in heatwave

03 July 2018

People in West Norfolk are being encouraged to save water during the heatwave, though company bosses insist there is no prospect of a hosepipe ban.


Gardeners from West Norfolk pull out all the stops for church organ

Gardeners from West Norfolk pull out all the stops for church organ

Gardeners from West Norfolk pull out all the stops for church organ

03 July 2018

A refreshing breeze brought hundreds of visitors to Holmon Sunday for the village’s Help Holme Church Group’s 22nd annual open gardens.


Challenge to East Anglian businesses to slash paper usage

Challenge to East Anglian businesses to slash paper usage

Challenge to East Anglian businesses to slash paper usage

02 July 2018

Third of work force admit to printing unnecessary documents daily


Royal Norfolk Show dazzles in opening day sunshine

Royal Norfolk Show dazzles in opening day sunshine

Royal Norfolk Show dazzles in opening day sunshine

27 June 2018

Sandringham estate scoops top award


West Norfolk Council launches study of litter and dog mess issues

West Norfolk Council launches study of litter and dog mess issues

West Norfolk Council launches study of litter and dog mess issues

20 June 2018

Findings 'will help officials target troublespots'


West Norfolk councillor encouraged by coastal erosion debate

West Norfolk councillor encouraged by coastal erosion debate

West Norfolk councillor encouraged by coastal erosion debate

18 June 2018

MP urges government to do more to support vulnerable communities


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