Dozens of teams will take part in the popular event this weekend.
Hospital bosses in Lynn have said they will act on criticisms made by a coroner following an inquest into the death of a teenager.
Officials insist public views have already made a difference to the plans.
Police are appealing for help to identify a man after an incident of criminal damage in Lynn earlier this month.
Organisers say they want the building to remain at the heart of the community for generations to come.
A recruitment day will be taking place next week.
Museums benefited from the Heritage Open Day with high figures of attendance in the town on the day.
Managing director praises caregivers whom he describes as being "the heartbeat of our business".
Job description says candidates must be able to 'cast a spell' over captive audiences and have outstanding characterisation skills
Two new plants, costing £80 million between them, have been unveiled, and millions more is set to be invested.
A West Norfolk woman is campaigning to stop counselling notes of rape survivors being used in court.
The arrest is being linked to an ongoing crackdown on drug gang activities
CCTV helped police recover the goods
Talks for prospective volunteers will take place at King's Lynn Library this week.
Plenty of businesses and local groups were involved with the event including the Sea Cadets, who oversaw the car parking on the day.
A woman whose stepfather collapsed with a rare neurological disorder is set to take on a gruelling challenge to raise awareness of the condition.
Campaigners have welcomed the plan, but say action is needed quickly to solve an impending transport crisis.
A replacement bus was called out due to the damage.
Parents and school leaders say roads chiefs were too slow to react after a village crossing's traffic lights were put out of action.
A £13.5 million road project which will unlock thousands of new homes could move a step closer
Users will not be charged for their memberships as centre is closed for 20 weeks, but other facilities are on offer in the period.
King's Lynn and Swaffham are among dozens of areas set to benefit.
West Norfolk MP approves Boris Johnson's decision to allocate £14 billion to schools
The children’s play area at East Winch has fallen into a state of disrepair and is hardly fit for purpose
Data suggests the West Walton school is among the best in the country for academic progress