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King’s Lynn’s Pets At Home store supports appeal for needy animals at Christmas

Visitors to Lynn’s Pets at Home store are being invited to support its Santa Paws appeal to help feed abandoned animals over Christmas.

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Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

Business in Norfolk are likely to see rising costs, according to survey

Businesses in Norfolk can expect their costs to rise over the next year due to the devaluation in the pound, according to the results of a survey released by the British Chambers of Commerce.

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HARPLEY CHURCH ANGEL FESTIVAL
Church warden, Lucy Brown (left), and PCC secretary, Gina Wagg, with three life size knitted angels

Angelic weekend at Harpley church

The angels were the stars at the weekend as a West Norfolk village church staged a new festive event.

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Sculthorpe Fen Land Purchase Appeal Launch at Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve Visitor Centre
Front LtoR, holding map of area, Nigel Middleton and Su Gough, with others involved at the Reserve

Lottery boost for Sculthorpe reserve expansion dream

Campaigners fighting to secure the long-term future of a popular nature reserve near Fakenham have been given an early Christmas present by lottery chiefs.

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Man suffers fractured jaw following assault in King’s Lynn

Man suffers fractured jaw following assault in King’s Lynn

A man in his 30s has suffered a fractured jaw after he was assaulted in Lynn.

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Hannah Burton with her tree decorated with scores of her hand-made paper roses at the Hunstanton Christmas Tree festival. MLNF17PB12527 Picture: PETER BIRD

Christmas trees light up Hunstanton festival

In a warm, flickering darkness, lit mainly by the sparkling bulbs, Hunstanton’s eighth Christmas tree festival sparkled at the weekend.

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College of West Anglia students deliver a panto with a difference

Performing arts students at the College of West Anglia (CWA) have performed a Christmas pantomime with an alternative theme.

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Swffham Lions old age pensioners Christmas lunch at Sacred Heart School, Swaffham

Dozens enjoy Swaffham’s annual Christmas lunch for elderly residents

Dozens of elderly Swaffham residents sat down for lunch at the weekend as charitable groups and businesses teamed up to serve up a fully festive afternoon.

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Golden Snettisham couple support young hospital patients

Golden Snettisham couple support young hospital patients

A couple from Snettisham remembered young patients at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital while celebrating their golden wedding anniversary.

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Christmas Market in Lynn town centre

Clare Enters and Carolyn Ash

New street market brings in crowds to King’s Lynn town centre

More than 50 stallholders set up stop in Lynn town centre last week to mark the town’s first Christmas market.

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Springwood High School students see the Impact of crashes on the road

Springwood High School in Gaywood has welcomed emergency service personnel to conduct an #Impact road safety demonstration for its sixth form students.

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Christmas wishes can be left in King’s Lynn hospital for doctors and staff

Christmas wishes can be left in King’s Lynn hospital for doctors and staff

Hospital chiefs are offering patients and relatives a tree-mendous way to show their appreciation this Christmas.

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The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane.

Man fined for using cloned number plates at King’s Lynn Magistrates’ Court

A man who used cloned number plates on his car to avoid parking tickets was fined by magistrates in Lynn yesterday.

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Christmas presents stolen in raid on Docking home

Police are investigating after Christmas presents were stolen from a house in Docking overnight.

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John Elliott has grown a 5lbs (2.2kg) carrot in his home garden

Gayton man grows a giant carrot in his home vegetable patch

A 77-year-old man from Gayton has grown a 13in long carrot in his home vegetable patch.

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GV CITB Bircham Norflk.

Norfolk County Council ‘must do more to protect CITB workers’

County leaders are not doing enough to protect the economy from threatened job cuts like those from the Construction Industry Training Board in West Norfolk.

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Lorne Green from Snettisham, who is standing for Police and Crime Commissioner.

PCC money helps project to help victims of domestic abuse in West Norfolk

Money to turn around the lives of victims of domestic abuse has been hailed a success by Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).

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Presentation the Legion De Honouer to Roland Worth. Pictured in centre Roland Worth with his award and family.

World War Two veteran awarded French military honour

A war veteran has been awarded a French military honour for his part in the D-Day landings.

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County Hall Norwich

Norfolk county councillors back controversial 10% allowance hike

Taxes may be going up and services cut, but Norfolk county councillors have voted to give themselves a pay rise of more than 10 per cent.

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Girl hurt in collision with car at Watlington

Police are appealing for help to trace a driver involved in a collision with a teenage girl in Watlington earlier this month.

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