Fishermen who work at Lynn’s Fisher Fleet have said the current conditions there are “dangerous” with no mooring rings and broken ladders.
A fresh crackdown on flytipping is being planned, a councillor says, despite continuing denials that waste disposal charges have made things worse.
Proposals for silica sand extraction near two West Norfolk villages “should not go ahead” as it lacks local support, an MP has said.
Residents of a West Norfolk village have joined together in support of their parish church with a clean-up of the “wonderful” churchyard.
More needs to be done to ensure residents know the progress of a silica sand extraction plan near two villages, a public meeting has heard.
A Lynn alleyway which has been targeted by flytippers for nearly 12 years has been subject to another attack.
Residents in Heacham and Hunstanton will be supported by Recycle Week this week as West Norfolk Council aims to help build on good recycling habits.
Earlier this year, Anglian Water unveiled its first wetland treatment site, on the River Ingol in west Norfolk.
Volunteers stage litter pick on Snettisham beach
To coincide with the UK’s biggest annual beach clean this September, Sea Life Hunstanton are inviting volunteers to join them for its own clean up.
Communities in West Norfolk are celebrating this week after receiving numerous Anglia in Bloom awards.