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Chester and Pepper have turned my brain to mush

Chester and Pepper have turned my brain to mush

Chester and Pepper have turned my brain to mush

02 October 2019

The latest Washed Up column by award-winning author Sarah Juggins explains why having puppies is not for the faint-hearted.


Celebration of town’s heritage and buildings

Celebration of town’s heritage and buildings

Celebration of town’s heritage and buildings

18 September 2019

Museums benefited from the Heritage Open Day with high figures of attendance in the town on the day.


‘No awareness’ of ultra-rare disorder

‘No awareness’ of ultra-rare disorder

‘No awareness’ of ultra-rare disorder

15 September 2019

A woman whose stepfather collapsed with a rare neurological disorder is set to take on a gruelling challenge to raise awareness of the condition.


'Youngsters need to learn the value of doing nothing' during school holidays

'Youngsters need to learn the value of doing nothing' during school holidays

'Youngsters need to learn the value of doing nothing' during school holidays

25 August 2019

Washed Up column, by Sarah Juggins


Life’s a beach as sand sculptors get creative at Old Hunstanton

Life’s a beach as sand sculptors get creative at Old Hunstanton

Life’s a beach as sand sculptors get creative at Old Hunstanton

21 August 2019

Getting creative on the beach, whilst also learning about water safety as event moved to a Sunday this year


Field boost as storm clouds gather over fete

Field boost as storm clouds gather over fete

Field boost as storm clouds gather over fete

22 July 2019

Fun dog show, classic cars, Pimms, Royal British Legion and more at annual village fete


Mums to be can benefit from West Norfolk birth festival

Mums to be can benefit from West Norfolk birth festival

Mums to be can benefit from West Norfolk birth festival

16 July 2019

A holistic pregnancy and birth festival will take place in a West Norfolk village this weekend


West Norfolk baby charity providing essential items for vulnerable mothers reaches milestone

West Norfolk baby charity providing essential items for vulnerable mothers reaches milestone

West Norfolk baby charity providing essential items for vulnerable mothers reaches milestone

13 July 2019

The charity supports many from teenagers and those in poverty, to asylum-seekers or women fleeing domestic violence

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Special picnic brings families together at National Trust's Oxburgh Hall

Special picnic brings families together at National Trust's Oxburgh Hall

Special picnic brings families together at National Trust's Oxburgh Hall

11 July 2019

Family Action, a charity supporting families with financial and mental health issues, hosted a 'Family Monsters Picnic'


Bringing King's Lynn together for park fun

Bringing King's Lynn together for park fun

Bringing King's Lynn together for park fun

14 June 2019

Members of the public were invited to attend free community events in The Walks after being organised by a Christian charity


West Norfolk man celebrates 103rd birthday with cream tea

West Norfolk man celebrates 103rd birthday with cream tea

West Norfolk man celebrates 103rd birthday with cream tea

14 June 2019

103-year-old still writes for church magazine


Hall improvement bid boosted at West Norfolk village fun day

Hall improvement bid boosted at West Norfolk village fun day

Hall improvement bid boosted at West Norfolk village fun day

13 June 2019

Around £1,600 was raised at the event for village hall improvements


Hundreds enjoy day of sport at Downham Market event

Hundreds enjoy day of sport at Downham Market event

Hundreds enjoy day of sport at Downham Market event

13 June 2019

Encouraging residents to take up a sport through day of activities


No one wanted to duck out of a quacking day

No one wanted to duck out of a quacking day

No one wanted to duck out of a quacking day

08 June 2019

Scores of locals gathered to take part in the frivolities with adults and children alike taking part


Shear delight as town’s old tradition is a hit

Shear delight as town’s old tradition is a hit

Shear delight as town’s old tradition is a hit

28 May 2019

A Mock Auction raised £780 for six local causes with Swaffham and Litcham Home Hospice receiving £510.


Annual Big Bash brings people together

Annual Big Bash brings people together

Annual Big Bash brings people together

24 May 2019

Hundreds of people enjoyed a community fun day held at a South Lynn school last weekend


‘There was so much control’: domestic abuse victim speaks out as charity supporting her receives funding boost

‘There was so much control’: domestic abuse victim speaks out as charity supporting her receives funding boost

‘There was so much control’: domestic abuse victim speaks out as charity supporting her receives funding boost

13 May 2019

“Many of the sufferers have been to hell and back again so it is important to build up their self-esteem"


Creative Easter celebration at Dersingham village hub

Creative Easter celebration at Dersingham village hub

Creative Easter celebration at Dersingham village hub

25 April 2019

The village's new centre hosted an Easter celebration for residents from the surrounding areas


School Report: Teaching pupils how to fight abuse, by Louis Taylor, Headteacher of Glebe House School

School Report: Teaching pupils how to fight abuse, by Louis Taylor, Headteacher of Glebe House School

School Report: Teaching pupils how to fight abuse, by Louis Taylor, Headteacher of Glebe House School

18 April 2019

Local headteacher gives advice on how to deal with cases of abuse and neglect, and how to stay safe


School Report: Does your school know your child?

School Report: Does your school know your child?

School Report: Does your school know your child?

15 February 2019

The school, the child and the parent or carer should be a triangle of working together. All good schools do this


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