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King’s Lynn Samaritans’ 2008 Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service; ‘Florence Nightingales’ at Clinton Cards for National Nurses Day, Marie Curie Cancer Care; Hunstanton’s St Mary’s Church clean-up; sponsored walk for St Edmund’s Primary School in North Lynn: nostalgia Lynn News photo spread





Here’s the nostalgia photo spread part one, for Tuesday, May 16:

May 2008: It’s celebration time as branch director Tony Taylor (centre), foreground) leads a double toast to Lynn Samaritans’ 2008 Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service and its 40th anniversary.

He was joined by volunteers and officials outside the 26 Queen Street headquarters. Photo: MLNF-08AM05498

'Samaritans' 40th anniversary. King's Lynn 'Samaritans' celebrate their 40th anniversary at the Queen Street premises. From left are: David Lewis (former director), John, Gill, Peter, Peter, Tony Taylor (the current Director), Marion Peacock (former Director), Martin Sale and Mike Gill (former Chairman of Friends).MLNF-08AM05498
'Samaritans' 40th anniversary. King's Lynn 'Samaritans' celebrate their 40th anniversary at the Queen Street premises. From left are: David Lewis (former director), John, Gill, Peter, Peter, Tony Taylor (the current Director), Marion Peacock (former Director), Martin Sale and Mike Gill (former Chairman of Friends).MLNF-08AM05498

May 2003: Thank-you cards for modern-day Florence Nightingales went on sale at Lynn’s Clinton Cards shop in honour of National Nurses Day.

Marie Curie Cancer Care representative Jayne Tucker (left) and the charity’s co-ordinator of fundraising for Norfolk, David Went, got the ball rolling, with the help of shop manager Stella Mortimer (second left) and Pauline Ward (right).

Photo: MLNF-0305370

Nostalgia photo spread pt 1, Tuesday, May 16: May 2003: Thank-you cards for modern-day Florence Nightingales went on sale at Lynn’s Clinton Cards shop in honour of National Nurses Day. Marie Curie Cancer Care representative Jayne Tucker (left) and the charity’s co-ordinator of fundraising for Norfolk, David Went, got the ball rolling, with the help of shop manager Stella Mortimer (second left) and Pauline Ward (right). Photo: MLNF-0305370
Nostalgia photo spread pt 1, Tuesday, May 16: May 2003: Thank-you cards for modern-day Florence Nightingales went on sale at Lynn’s Clinton Cards shop in honour of National Nurses Day. Marie Curie Cancer Care representative Jayne Tucker (left) and the charity’s co-ordinator of fundraising for Norfolk, David Went, got the ball rolling, with the help of shop manager Stella Mortimer (second left) and Pauline Ward (right). Photo: MLNF-0305370

May 2003: Kind-hearted members of Hunstanton’s St Mary’s Church mucked in for a sponsored churchyard clean-up – and the group are pictured here with a four-legged friend for company.

Many weeds were removed and some graves which hadn’t been seen for a while were uncovered.

Photo: MLNF-03051067

May 2003: Kind-hearted members of Hunstanton’s St Mary’s Church mucked in for a sponsored churchyard clean-up – and the group are pictured here with a four-legged friend for company. Many weeds were removed and some graves which hadn’t been seen for a while were uncovered.Photo: MLNF-03051067
May 2003: Kind-hearted members of Hunstanton’s St Mary’s Church mucked in for a sponsored churchyard clean-up – and the group are pictured here with a four-legged friend for company. Many weeds were removed and some graves which hadn’t been seen for a while were uncovered.Photo: MLNF-03051067

May 2003: Rain didn’t deter these soggy fundraisers who took part in a sponsored walk to raise money for St Edmund’s Primary School in North Lynn.

They walked almost five miles from the school to Castle Rising Castle and pictured are (from left) Sarah Emmerson, Sallyann Baxter, Debbie Hutton, Shona Baxter, Kim Peacock, Carl Boswell, Tracy Baxter and Hayley Eagle.

Photo: MLNF-03051032

May 2003: Rain didn’t deter these soggy fundraisers who took part in a sponsored walk to raise money for St Edmund’s Primary School in North Lynn.They walked almost five miles from the school to Castle Rising Castle and pictured are (from left) Sarah Emmerson, Sallyann Baxter, Debbie Hutton, Shona Baxter, Kim Peacock, Carl Boswell, Tracy Baxter and Hayley Eagle.Photo: MLNF-03051032
May 2003: Rain didn’t deter these soggy fundraisers who took part in a sponsored walk to raise money for St Edmund’s Primary School in North Lynn.They walked almost five miles from the school to Castle Rising Castle and pictured are (from left) Sarah Emmerson, Sallyann Baxter, Debbie Hutton, Shona Baxter, Kim Peacock, Carl Boswell, Tracy Baxter and Hayley Eagle.Photo: MLNF-03051032

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