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Cinema idea for King's Lynn Corn Exchange to be set out

Cinema idea for King's Lynn Corn Exchange to be set out

Cinema idea for King's Lynn Corn Exchange to be set out

30 October 2018

Councillors are pondering the idea of developing a new £1 million facility in the town centre venue


West Norfolk councillor slammed for accusing Jeremy Corbyn of 'lying'

West Norfolk councillor slammed for accusing Jeremy Corbyn of 'lying'

West Norfolk councillor slammed for accusing Jeremy Corbyn of 'lying'

29 October 2018

The jibe was made on social media as the row over plans which could see most of Norfolk's children's centres shut intensifies.


Drive-through coffee shop plan lodged for Fakenham supermarket

Drive-through coffee shop plan lodged for Fakenham supermarket

Drive-through coffee shop plan lodged for Fakenham supermarket

29 October 2018

Up to 30 jobs could be created if plans to bring Starbucks to Fakenham get the go-ahead


King's Lynn prepares for 10th Fawkes in the Walks celebration

King's Lynn prepares for 10th Fawkes in the Walks celebration

King's Lynn prepares for 10th Fawkes in the Walks celebration

29 October 2018

The popular bonfire celebration will mark a milestone anniversary this week


Officials back revised Swaffham housing plan ahead of committee meeting

Officials back revised Swaffham housing plan ahead of committee meeting

Officials back revised Swaffham housing plan ahead of committee meeting

27 October 2018

Developer Abel Homes will have to make financial contributions and affordable housing commitments if the plan is approved


Swaffham Town Council's plea to residents over £6m homes loan idea

Swaffham Town Council's plea to residents over £6m homes loan idea

Swaffham Town Council's plea to residents over £6m homes loan idea

26 October 2018

Community leaders have defended their handling of proposals which could see them request a multi-million pound loan to fund a housing project.


Gaywood library to host children's centres consultation event

Gaywood library to host children's centres consultation event

Gaywood library to host children's centres consultation event

25 October 2018

Residents are being invited to have their say on the controversial proposals as part of an ongoing consultation exercise


West Norfolk MP slams 'hounding' of Northern Ireland veterans

West Norfolk MP slams 'hounding' of Northern Ireland veterans

West Norfolk MP slams 'hounding' of Northern Ireland veterans

24 October 2018

Sir Henry Bellingham told the Commons former servicemen should not be "hounded" for alleged crimes decades later without significant new evidence


'Say yes to our vision for village', say Snettisham councillors

'Say yes to our vision for village', say Snettisham councillors

'Say yes to our vision for village', say Snettisham councillors

24 October 2018

Parish councillors are seeking villagers' backing for their neighbourhood plan in a forthcoming referendum


Former police officer Kevin Holland, from Magdalen, attends Tessa Jowell's memorial service in London

Former police officer Kevin Holland, from Magdalen, attends Tessa Jowell's memorial service in London

Former police officer Kevin Holland, from Magdalen, attends Tessa Jowell's memorial service in London

23 October 2018

A former police officer was among the guests at a service paying tribute to the life of a politician whose constituency he used to serve.


New interactive game celebrates RAF's centenary in the heart of King's Lynn

New interactive game celebrates RAF's centenary in the heart of King's Lynn

New interactive game celebrates RAF's centenary in the heart of King's Lynn

23 October 2018

Residents and visitors are being given the chance to have a go at an interactive game projected onto one of Lynn's most famous landmarks


'Keep calm and wait for Brexit deal', says West Norfolk MP

'Keep calm and wait for Brexit deal', says West Norfolk MP

'Keep calm and wait for Brexit deal', says West Norfolk MP

23 October 2018

Sir Henry Bellingham has dismissed calls for a second referendum, as dozens of pro-EU supporters joined the People's Vote march in London


Date set for Snettisham neighbourhood plan vote

Date set for Snettisham neighbourhood plan vote

Date set for Snettisham neighbourhood plan vote

22 October 2018

Residents will have the chance to give their verdict on ideas for how their village could develop in the future in a forthcoming referendum


Hundreds still on Universal Credit in West Norfolk, despite big fall

Hundreds still on Universal Credit in West Norfolk, despite big fall

Hundreds still on Universal Credit in West Norfolk, despite big fall

22 October 2018

Government data shows 31 per cent fewer people in West Norfolk are now on the controversial benefit than a year ago


Volunteers sought for King's Lynn archive project

Volunteers sought for King's Lynn archive project

Volunteers sought for King's Lynn archive project

20 October 2018

Documents dating back nearly 300 years will be examined in the programme


Council backs plan for new company to manage West Norfolk leisure venues

Council backs plan for new company to manage West Norfolk leisure venues

Council backs plan for new company to manage West Norfolk leisure venues

19 October 2018

Leisure trust boss 'disappointed', but pledges to work with authority to ensure a smooth transition


Campaigners protest as Norfolk children's centres motion is defeated

Campaigners protest as Norfolk children's centres motion is defeated

Campaigners protest as Norfolk children's centres motion is defeated

19 October 2018

Task group to be set up to examine plastic usage following councillor's plea to reduce waste


Controversial welfare reforms should be scrapped, says retiring West Norfolk support service boss

Controversial welfare reforms should be scrapped, says retiring West Norfolk support service boss

Controversial welfare reforms should be scrapped, says retiring West Norfolk support service boss

18 October 2018

Support service leader to stand down next year and is looking for his successor


Sedgeford parish clerk retires after 23 years' service to village

Sedgeford parish clerk retires after 23 years' service to village

Sedgeford parish clerk retires after 23 years' service to village

18 October 2018

Council begins search for successor


Council hails climbdown on major housing development

Council hails climbdown on major housing development

Council hails climbdown on major housing development

12 October 2018

Sculthorpe homes plan withdrawn


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