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King’s Lynn Kruisers at Clenchwarton, Fakenham’s Focus DIY, Dersingham Carole Brown Health Centre, NHS – Lynn News lookback





Nostalgia photo spread, August 1, part one: August memories

August 2000: Cool classics and custom cars were on parade in Clenchwarton for the King’s Lynn Kruisers Club’s annual show and pictured is car enthusiast Terry Tibbs displaying his 1937 Ford, with its lowered roof and chassis and powered by a Chevrolet 5.7 litre unleaded engine.

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KL Kruisers. MLNF-000855422
KL Kruisers. MLNF-000855422

August 2002: Cutting the ribbon at Fakenham’s new Focus DIY and gardening store.

The town crier David Bullock announces the opening of the new store in Fakenham’s enterprise park as Mayor Alan Tickle, manager Mark Skelton and competition winner Emily-Jane Amos cut the ribbon, joined by members of staff.

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Focus DIY. MLNF-0208659
Focus DIY. MLNF-0208659

August 2003: Popular GP Dr Carole Brown, who was terminally ill at the time, unveils a plaque at Dersingham’s village surgery which had been renamed the Carole Brown Health Centre so that she would be permanently remembered.

Dr Brown had been a GP in the village since the late 1970s and is joined by, from left, Dr Martin Kenny, Hugh Mullarkey and Tom Morris, chairman of the Patients’ Participation Group.

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Dersingham surgery. MLNF-0308152
Dersingham surgery. MLNF-0308152

August 2011: Leaders of the NHS Yes, Privatisation No campaign met North West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham, to step up their fight against health service reforms.

Lynn and District Trades Council secretary Jo Rust was accompanied by other campaign supporters as she handed Mr Bellingham letters sent in by concerned constituents.

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NHS. MLNF-11AM08237
NHS. MLNF-11AM08237

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