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Children's memorial garden unveiled at West Norfolk crematorium

Children's memorial garden unveiled at West Norfolk crematorium

Children's memorial garden unveiled at West Norfolk crematorium

19 August 2020

Officials hope the new space will offer grieving families a space to remember their younger loved ones.


Coastguards' rescues in West Norfolk

Coastguards' rescues in West Norfolk

Coastguards' rescues in West Norfolk

19 August 2020

Lifeboat called out three times in one afternoon.


Bid to replace West Norfolk village skatepark moves closer

Bid to replace West Norfolk village skatepark moves closer

Bid to replace West Norfolk village skatepark moves closer

19 August 2020

Plans for a new facility, which community leaders say will benefit nearby villages too, have been submitted.


Mum’s poignant walk for her lost teenage son

Mum’s poignant walk for her lost teenage son

Mum’s poignant walk for her lost teenage son

18 August 2020

Joseph 'Chappy' Chapman's family are raising money in the teenager's memory.


Entire village unites to become a pub for a day

Entire village unites to become a pub for a day

Entire village unites to become a pub for a day

18 August 2020

Stoke Ferry plans a bank holiday toast to its community.


Strikes Bowl re-opens at Lynn

Strikes Bowl re-opens at Lynn

Strikes Bowl re-opens at Lynn

17 August 2020

It's lift off time for Strikes Bowl at Lynn.


Rare items found under the floor at Oxburgh Hall

Rare items found under the floor at Oxburgh Hall

Rare items found under the floor at Oxburgh Hall

17 August 2020

A lone archaeologist uncovered thousands of rare items from manuscripts to textiles


Unique underfloor discoveries at Oxburgh Hall

Unique underfloor discoveries at Oxburgh Hall

Unique underfloor discoveries at Oxburgh Hall

17 August 2020

Rare manuscripts and rich textiles are among items uncovered by an archaeologist during lockdown.


Truckfest is revving up and ready to go

Truckfest is revving up and ready to go

Truckfest is revving up and ready to go

16 August 2020

The biggest and best celebration of the world of trucks is back at Peterborough.


More libraries re-opened

More libraries re-opened

More libraries re-opened

15 August 2020

Dersingham and Wells libraries are among the latest to open up again.


Death of baby Max at King's Lynn hospital was ‘unimaginable’ pain

Death of baby Max at King's Lynn hospital was ‘unimaginable’ pain

Death of baby Max at King's Lynn hospital was ‘unimaginable’ pain

15 August 2020

The neonatal death of a new-born was a devastating experience for a mother who has backed plans for a new bereavement suite in Lynn.


King's Lynn play schemes able to get creative thanks to donations

King's Lynn play schemes able to get creative thanks to donations

King's Lynn play schemes able to get creative thanks to donations

15 August 2020

Groups who offer holiday play schemes to children of key workers were the recipients of craft resources to keep youngsters occupied during the summer.


Care home worker proves a cut above for King's Lynn hospital

Care home worker proves a cut above for King's Lynn hospital

Care home worker proves a cut above for King's Lynn hospital

15 August 2020

A carer from a Norfolk care home has raised hundreds for a King's Lynn hospital fund.


Fundraising page set up for Swaffham support worker to help two sons with new home

Fundraising page set up for Swaffham support worker to help two sons with new home

Fundraising page set up for Swaffham support worker to help two sons with new home

14 August 2020

She sadly died after getting into difficulty in water.


Colleague pays tribute to 'caring and easy going' Scout leader

Colleague pays tribute to 'caring and easy going' Scout leader

Colleague pays tribute to 'caring and easy going' Scout leader

14 August 2020

More tributes come in for the popular figure who passed away at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in July.


VJ Day remembrance: God and his comrades pulled Bert through a hell

VJ Day remembrance: God and his comrades pulled Bert through a hell

VJ Day remembrance: God and his comrades pulled Bert through a hell

14 August 2020

It's the 75th anniversary of VJ Day, when Japan surrendered from World War Two. Roydon's Colin Grimes talks about his father, Bert's service in Burma.


Clerk signs off after 70 years civic service in West Norfolk

Clerk signs off after 70 years civic service in West Norfolk

Clerk signs off after 70 years civic service in West Norfolk

13 August 2020

'Inspirational' community stalwart to step down after seven decades of service.


A magical light trail is set to shine on Sandringham

A magical light trail is set to shine on Sandringham

A magical light trail is set to shine on Sandringham

12 August 2020

A spectacular trail of light with weave its way through Sandringham parkland.


King's Lynn homeless charity calls on supporters to get on their bikes for weekend challenge

King's Lynn homeless charity calls on supporters to get on their bikes for weekend challenge

King's Lynn homeless charity calls on supporters to get on their bikes for weekend challenge

12 August 2020

Cyclists are being encouraged to take part in a virtual charity challenge this weekend.


Watlington’s charming rock snake unveiled

Watlington’s charming rock snake unveiled

Watlington’s charming rock snake unveiled

11 August 2020

Village unveils the Covid snake created by local children.


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