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Specsavers launch audiology clinics in Hunstanton

Specsavers, which has stores in Lynn’s Norfolk Street and in Sainsbury’s at Hardwick, has promoted its weekly audiology clinics in Hunstanton by taking along its mascot Big Ear to town.

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Norfolk County Hall.

Norfolk County Council tax rise approved at budget meeting

Councillors have approved a budget which they say sees increased investment in social care services in the county and also includes a rise in council tax.

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Bet that was a good night out in Middleton

Rotarians, partners and friends thoroughly enjoyed a Casino Night at Middleton Golf Club earlier this month, organised by the Rotary Club of King’s Lynn.

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King’s Lynn respite home petition heads towards 3,000 names

The petition calling on a reversal of a decision to close a respite home in Lynn has now reached more than 2,750 signatures.

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Vasikaran Pushparajah who has opened Lynn Mini Mart in Loke Road, Lynn.

Grocery store reopens on King’s Lynn’s Loke Road

Just a few weeks after reopening, a Lynn convenience store in Loke Road is already establishing itself in the local community.

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New owner at Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe Norfolk St King's Lynn.  Melissa Crowson-Ross with the American Range of products on sale in the shop.

New role at King’s Lynn sweet shop for Melissa

Running a sweet shop may seem like a dream job for many, but it’s particularly true for Melissa Crowson-Ross who has just taken over Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe in Lynn’s Norfolk Street.

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Ikon store in New Conduit Street, King's Lynn. New clothing brand by local designers being sold.
LtoR, Designers Arron Walford and Alex Nevozajs, with Ikon owner Andy Wilson with some of the clothes in the range

King’s Lynn fashion designers showcase products in Ikon store

The landlords of Lynn’s historic The Eagle pub have landed an opportunity to showcase locally products from another business they run, selling designer women’s clothing.

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Successful ten pin bowler Kallum Peach.

Rising tenpin bowling star from Watlington impresses sponsors with Terrington St Clement base

A company with a base in Terrington St Clement is bowled over by the success of an 11-year-old Downham Academy schoolboy who they recently sponsored.

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Launch of new trains at King's Lynn Railway Station and opening of new Cambridge North Station
View from the Drivers Cab

Anger as West Norfolk rail improvements face further delays

Rail bosses have admitted they don’t know when longer trains will start running in West Norfolk, despite previously claiming it was likely to be later this year.

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Sir Julian Loyd

Former land agent to the Queen at Sandringham dies aged 91

Sir Julian Loyd KCVO, DL, who served as the Queen’s land agent at Sandringham for 27 years, died on February 7, aged 91, peacefully at his Burnham Market home surrounded by his wife and family.

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SpecSavers in Lynn's Norfolk Street.

King’s Lynn Specsavers undergoes refit

Lynn’s Norfolk Street branch of Specsavers is sporting a new look, thanks to customer feedback.

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Edmundson Electricals team members

Businesses ready to take on GEAR 10k Bespak’s corporate challenge

Businesses across West Norfolk are readying to take on one of the region’s biggest corporate sporting challenges of the year.

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King's Lynn Queen Elizabeth Hospital's career clinic. From left, Practice Development Nurse Julia Saunders, Recruitment and Retention Sister Debbie Frost and Widening Participation Facilitator Andrea James. Photo supplied.

Career clinic to promote King’s Lynn hospital opportunities

A Careers Clinic at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital next month will advise candidates on how to make their applications stand out.

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John Hayes MP has written to Stagecoach about its review of bus services in Norfolk, including the 505 Spalding to Kings Lynn route.  Photo supplied.

MP Hayes takes up case for bus routes under review

Ex-transport minister John Hayes has taken up the case of passengers unclear about the future of four bus services in South Holland.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital , King's Lynn

King’s Lynn hospital to borrow £22m to replace ‘ageing’ roof

Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital is set to borrow £22 million to replace its current roof which is over 40-years-old.

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John Korchak, Director of Operations at Inform Direct

More than 600 new businesses set up in West Norfolk in past year

More than 600 new businesses were set up in West Norfolk during the past year which adds to the overview of the county being a positive place to start new ventures.

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Will Mitchell.

North Pickenham farming student attends top industry event

Farming student Will Mitchell, from North Pickenham, has attended a top industry event having won a Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association and Bidwells competition.

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Mart being set up on the Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn.

The Mart returns to King’s Lynn to deliver fresh thrills

Thrill-seekers are in luck as the Mart has returned to Lynn with dodgems, waltzers, stalls and more, and is due to open to revellers tomorrow.

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Lewis Pratt, Georgia Long and Harper Long outside their new home with Freebridge chairman Andy Walder

Nine new homes pop up in North Wootton

Freebridge Community Housing has handed over the keys to nine of its new homes in North Wootton after completing the second phrase.

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Bryan Tann and his wife, Cherry at his retirement presentation.

Tributes pour in for former Lynn News journalist Bryan Tann

Tributes have poured in from colleagues and friends of former Lynn News journalist Bryan Tann who died on Tuesday.

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