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Downham school pupils celebrate their success

Downham school pupils celebrate their success

Downham school pupils celebrate their success

11 July 2017

A Downham primary school has celebrated its success as one of the best in Norfolk at a graduation ceremony.


Nature reserve launches appeal to rebuild watching hides in Snettisham

Nature reserve launches appeal to rebuild watching hides in Snettisham

Nature reserve launches appeal to rebuild watching hides in Snettisham

11 July 2017

The country’s largest nature conservation charity has launched an appeal to generate £120,000 to rebuild Snettisham’s wildlife watching hides.


Teams net thousands for West Norfok charity at 24-hour match

Teams net thousands for West Norfok charity at 24-hour match

Teams net thousands for West Norfok charity at 24-hour match

11 July 2017

Players achieved their goal of raising funds for and awareness of a mental health charity at the weekend during a 24-hour football match.


Burnham Market pupils get a taste for hospitality at hotel visit

Burnham Market pupils get a taste for hospitality at hotel visit

Burnham Market pupils get a taste for hospitality at hotel visit

10 July 2017

Pupils from Burnham Market got a taste of the hospitality industry on a visit to a business in the village last month.


Festival Too’s First Friday is fabulous in King’s Lynn

Festival Too’s First Friday is fabulous in King’s Lynn

Festival Too’s First Friday is fabulous in King’s Lynn

10 July 2017

Wow what a night! Friday’s crowd was one of the biggest first Friday crowds at the Tuesday Market Place, so well done everyone.


Four people rescued from rising tides off West Norfolk coast

Four people rescued from rising tides off West Norfolk coast

Four people rescued from rising tides off West Norfolk coast

10 July 2017

Four people were rescued after being cut off by the tides off the West Norfolk coast on Saturday.


Dog rescued from hot car at King’s Lynn hospital

Dog rescued from hot car at King’s Lynn hospital

Dog rescued from hot car at King’s Lynn hospital

10 July 2017

A dog was taken into RSPCA care after being rescued from a hot car in the car park of Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


Police plead for help to trace missing King’s Lynn man

Police plead for help to trace missing King’s Lynn man

Police plead for help to trace missing King’s Lynn man

10 July 2017

Police have appealed for help to trace a Lynn man who has been missing for more than a week.


West Norfolk drivers urged to help police clamp down on mobile phone use

West Norfolk drivers urged to help police clamp down on mobile phone use

West Norfolk drivers urged to help police clamp down on mobile phone use

10 July 2017

Drivers in West Norfolk are being urged to help police catch those who use their mobile phones behind the wheel, as part of a new campaign.


Technology boost means no compostible bags needed for West Norfolk food waste scheme

Technology boost means no compostible bags needed for West Norfolk food waste scheme

Technology boost means no compostible bags needed for West Norfolk food waste scheme

09 July 2017

People in West Norfolk will no longer have to use environmentally friendly bags to ensure their food waste is recycled, council chiefs say.


Downham Market Rotary Club welcomes new president

Downham Market Rotary Club welcomes new president

Downham Market Rotary Club welcomes new president

09 July 2017

Downham Rotary Club has welcomed a new president to the group.


West Lynn centre’s new sensory garden unveiled

West Lynn centre’s new sensory garden unveiled

West Lynn centre’s new sensory garden unveiled

09 July 2017

Disabled youngsters have a new sensory garden to enjoy at a West Lynn respite centre, thanks to the work of the Norfolk Fire Service’s youth development unit.


Downham Market school fair goes back to Middle Ages

Downham Market school fair goes back to Middle Ages

Downham Market school fair goes back to Middle Ages

08 July 2017

A Downham school went back in time during its annual summer fair on Saturday.


Pupils serve up afternoon tea at Terrington St Clement school

Pupils serve up afternoon tea at Terrington St Clement school

Pupils serve up afternoon tea at Terrington St Clement school

08 July 2017

Youngsters at a West Norfolk village primary school have been showing off their culinary skills by hosting an afternoon tea for parents.


Four candidates confirmed for West Norfolk council by-election

Four candidates confirmed for West Norfolk council by-election

Four candidates confirmed for West Norfolk council by-election

07 July 2017

The nominations for a forthcoming West Norfolk Council by-election have been announced this afternoon.


Parents split over sports day ban at Gaywood’s Howard Junior School

Parents split over sports day ban at Gaywood’s Howard Junior School

Parents split over sports day ban at Gaywood’s Howard Junior School

07 July 2017

Angry parents who have been banned from their children’s school sports day have described the decision as “ridiculous”.


South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss gets a ticking off from the Speaker after ‘disingenuous’ remark in the House of Commons

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss gets a ticking off from the Speaker after ‘disingenuous’ remark in the House of Commons

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss gets a ticking off from the Speaker after ‘disingenuous’ remark in the House of Commons

07 July 2017

South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss got a ticking off from the speaker of the House of Commons during a debate on the public pay cap on Wednesday.


Bar Man, by Jeff Hoyle, July 7, 2017

Bar Man, by Jeff Hoyle, July 7, 2017

Bar Man, by Jeff Hoyle, July 7, 2017

07 July 2017

The Norfolk Record Society was founded in 1930 and each year publishes a transcript of significant manuscripts relating to Norfolk.


Town Guides spread wings to go to Gaywood

Town Guides spread wings to go to Gaywood

Town Guides spread wings to go to Gaywood

07 July 2017

King’s Lynn Town Guides will be spreading their wings on Monday, when Doreen Leventhall leads a new “Gaywood” walk, starting at 7pm.


That’s Entertainment, by Andy Tyler, July 7, 2017

That’s Entertainment, by Andy Tyler, July 7, 2017

That’s Entertainment, by Andy Tyler, July 7, 2017

07 July 2017

As usual there’s plenty to report on this week, so without further ado, I’d better get on with it!


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