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New Hunstanton craft fair boosts Norfolk Hospice

New Hunstanton craft fair boosts Norfolk Hospice

New Hunstanton craft fair boosts Norfolk Hospice

Crowds flocked to the event in the town hall


Consultation on surgery ‘after local elections’

Consultation on surgery ‘after local elections’

Consultation on surgery ‘after local elections’

A public consultation on the future of a Lynn medical practice is set to take place after May’s council elections


New scheme to fight period poverty launched at King's Lynn college campus

New scheme to fight period poverty launched at King's Lynn college campus

New scheme to fight period poverty launched at King's Lynn college campus

A West Norfolk MEP has visited the campus to give her backing to the scheme

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Students at King's Lynn school to become Mental Wellbeing Ambassadors to support peers

Students at King's Lynn school to become Mental Wellbeing Ambassadors to support peers

Students at King's Lynn school to become Mental Wellbeing Ambassadors to support peers

A group of students at a secondary school in Lynn are set to take on more responsibility for their peers by supporting their mental wellbeing.


Techincal problems for Swaffham doctors' surgery resolved

Techincal problems for Swaffham doctors' surgery resolved

Techincal problems for Swaffham doctors' surgery resolved

Patients were unable to call a doctors' surgery in Swaffham this morning because of technical problems


King's Lynn man ‘left in limbo’ after cancelled surgery at hospital

King's Lynn man ‘left in limbo’ after cancelled surgery at hospital

King's Lynn man ‘left in limbo’ after cancelled surgery at hospital

A man claims he has been “left in limbo” after two operations were cancelled at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital due to his medical notes being lost.


Medics undergo vital trauma training in QEH programme

Medics undergo vital trauma training in QEH programme

Medics undergo vital trauma training in QEH programme

Use of make-up creates fake injuries for medics to work on


Hillington hospice backs national campaign to make care more accessible

Hillington hospice backs national campaign to make care more accessible

Hillington hospice backs national campaign to make care more accessible

The scheme aims to raise awareness of all the ways in which hospice care can be obtained


West Norfolk health chiefs urge patients to seek early dementia help

West Norfolk health chiefs urge patients to seek early dementia help

West Norfolk health chiefs urge patients to seek early dementia help

Two drop-in sessions will take place this week to promote the range of support services that are available in the area


Signing up as a blood donor and why you should too

Signing up as a blood donor and why you should too

Signing up as a blood donor and why you should too

We’ve all seen the adverts. We all know the slogan urging us to “do something amazing.”


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