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Setch antiques centre bosses browned off at delay to tourist sign policy debate

Setch antiques centre bosses browned off at delay to tourist sign policy debate

Setch antiques centre bosses browned off at delay to tourist sign policy debate

25 January 2019

Bosses of a popular West Norfolk antiques centre have hit out after a debate on their call for a change in tourist sign policy was delayed.


Queen urges British people to find 'common ground' in speech at Sandringham WI meeting

Queen urges British people to find 'common ground' in speech at Sandringham WI meeting

Queen urges British people to find 'common ground' in speech at Sandringham WI meeting

25 January 2019

The Queen has called for British people to find "common ground", while speaking at the meeting of Sandringham and West Newton WI yesterday.


Call for inquiry into King's Lynn business hub loan rejected

Call for inquiry into King's Lynn business hub loan rejected

Call for inquiry into King's Lynn business hub loan rejected

24 January 2019

An internal review of handling of issues relating to the King's Lynn Innovation Centre is set to be finished within weeks, councillors have heard


Breckland arts programme shortlisted for national award

Breckland arts programme shortlisted for national award

Breckland arts programme shortlisted for national award

23 January 2019

The Silver Social programme, which aims to tackle social isolation, continues with a new tour next month


BREAKING NEWS: Plans to axe 38 of Norfolk's children's centres approved after marathon debate

BREAKING NEWS: Plans to axe 38 of Norfolk's children's centres approved after marathon debate

BREAKING NEWS: Plans to axe 38 of Norfolk's children's centres approved after marathon debate

22 January 2019

Only two centres in West Norfolk will stay open under the plans


Councillors set to debate inquiry demand over King's Lynn business hub

Councillors set to debate inquiry demand over King's Lynn business hub

Councillors set to debate inquiry demand over King's Lynn business hub

22 January 2019

A motion has been tabled calling for an external investigation of issues relating to the King's Lynn Innovation Centre

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Change of policy for grave digging in Swaffham

Change of policy for grave digging in Swaffham

Change of policy for grave digging in Swaffham

20 January 2019

Grave digging at Swaffham cemetery will be the responsibility of funeral directors rather than council nominated grave diggers


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


West Norfolk to keep two children's centre 'bases' in new proposals

West Norfolk to keep two children's centre 'bases' in new proposals

West Norfolk to keep two children's centre 'bases' in new proposals

17 January 2019

New proposals for the county's children’s services would see 2 of the borough's current centres remain as ‘bases’, with the other 7 ‘de-designated’.


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.


Cameras ‘best way to make A149 in West Norfolk safer’, council report claims

Cameras ‘best way to make A149 in West Norfolk safer’, council report claims

Cameras ‘best way to make A149 in West Norfolk safer’, council report claims

15 January 2019

The introduction of average speed cameras is the most likely way of making a busy West Norfolk road safer, a report has claimed.


Norfolk police commissioner 'set to be invited onto county fire authority'

Norfolk police commissioner 'set to be invited onto county fire authority'

Norfolk police commissioner 'set to be invited onto county fire authority'

13 January 2019

The proposal follows the rejection of proposals which would have seen the commissioner's office take over the running of the fire service


Four West Norfolk villages join forces to launch neighbourhood plan project

Four West Norfolk villages join forces to launch neighbourhood plan project

Four West Norfolk villages join forces to launch neighbourhood plan project

12 January 2019

Residents of Grimston, Pott Row, Roydon and Congham are being invited to take part in an initial survey, which is about to open

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POLL: King's Lynn MP 'has no problem with no deal Brexit', but do you?

POLL: King's Lynn MP 'has no problem with no deal Brexit', but do you?

POLL: King's Lynn MP 'has no problem with no deal Brexit', but do you?

11 January 2019

Pro-EU campaigners will be seeking support for a new referendum today, but do you back the government's deal or not?

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Residents left angry as plan for new King's Lynn industrial estate is approved

Residents left angry as plan for new King's Lynn industrial estate is approved

Residents left angry as plan for new King's Lynn industrial estate is approved

07 January 2019

Objectors say they have 'lost faith in democracy' after councillors approved the application

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West Norfolk hair and beauty workers to be offered training in spotting signs of domestic abuse

West Norfolk hair and beauty workers to be offered training in spotting signs of domestic abuse

West Norfolk hair and beauty workers to be offered training in spotting signs of domestic abuse

05 January 2019

Norfolk County Council will host a training event next month and is urging hairdressers and therapists to take part


£2 million plan to fix West Norfolk fen roads announced

£2 million plan to fix West Norfolk fen roads announced

£2 million plan to fix West Norfolk fen roads announced

03 January 2019

More than 20 routes in rural parts of the borough will be repaired as part of the scheme


Norfolk police commissioner launches council tax consultation

Norfolk police commissioner launches council tax consultation

Norfolk police commissioner launches council tax consultation

02 January 2019

More cuts would be needed if the charge is frozen, a consultation document has warned


Residents 'put off voting' by polling station arrangements, Lynn councillors claim

Residents 'put off voting' by polling station arrangements, Lynn councillors claim

Residents 'put off voting' by polling station arrangements, Lynn councillors claim

01 January 2019

Council officials say they are prepared to allow residents of an elderly flats complex to vote where they live


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