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West Norfolk carbon emissions reduction outlined as Climate Concern meeting set to be held in King's Lynn

West Norfolk carbon emissions reduction outlined as Climate Concern meeting set to be held in King's Lynn

West Norfolk carbon emissions reduction outlined as Climate Concern meeting set to be held in King's Lynn

Carbon emissions have been reduced by 25 per cent since 2015 within the borough according to new council findings


Common cause unites village conservation volunteers

Common cause unites village conservation volunteers

Common cause unites village conservation volunteers

Volunteers in a West Norfolk village have joined forces to help protect vital green spaces around their community.


Dozens help King's Lynn Big Plant scheme to flourish

Dozens help King's Lynn Big Plant scheme to flourish

Dozens help King's Lynn Big Plant scheme to flourish

Officials hope a day which saw hundreds of new trees planted in Lynn will prove to be the start of a much bigger environmental project.


'You must unite to beat the burner', West Norfolk councillor warns

'You must unite to beat the burner', West Norfolk councillor warns

'You must unite to beat the burner', West Norfolk councillor warns

A key figure in the fight against the Lynn incinerator has told objectors to forget party politics if they want to stop a similar scheme.


Can you help Downham to Bloom again?

Can you help Downham to Bloom again?

Can you help Downham to Bloom again?

Community leaders are appealing for the public's help ahead of this year's Anglia In Bloom competition.


Call to dig deep and join new initiative to plant 500 trees in King's Lynn

Call to dig deep and join new initiative to plant 500 trees in King's Lynn

Call to dig deep and join new initiative to plant 500 trees in King's Lynn

A final call for volunteers is being made this week to help plant 500 trees in new woodland being created in Lynn on Saturday.


West Norfolk Council's cabinet turns down call to declare a climate emergency

West Norfolk Council's cabinet turns down call to declare a climate emergency

West Norfolk Council's cabinet turns down call to declare a climate emergency

Councillors have voted to recommend the rejection of a call for a climate emergency to be declared in West Norfolk.


Queen opens new £5 million Wolferton pumping station

Queen opens new £5 million Wolferton pumping station

Queen opens new £5 million Wolferton pumping station

A new facility which aims to protect thousands of people and large areas of farmland from flooding has been given the royal seal of approval today.


RSPB World Wetlands Day competition organised by Titchwell Marsh nature reserve

RSPB World Wetlands Day competition organised by Titchwell Marsh nature reserve

RSPB World Wetlands Day competition organised by Titchwell Marsh nature reserve

Come on kids! Prizes for children on offer with this colouring-in challenge


West Norfolk Council leader faces call to quit in new climate change row

West Norfolk Council leader faces call to quit in new climate change row

West Norfolk Council leader faces call to quit in new climate change row

West Norfolk Council leader Brian Long is facing calls to resign today over comments he made to stop climate change action.


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