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King's Lynn hospital governor receives honorary degree

King's Lynn hospital governor receives honorary degree

King's Lynn hospital governor receives honorary degree

A semi-retired North Wootton man has been awarded an honorary degree for his contribution to a redevelopment project.


Ex-KES scholars agree to carry on association

Ex-KES scholars agree to carry on association

Ex-KES scholars agree to carry on association

One of Lynn’s oldest school organisations was in danger of folding for good but has been saved by members at the 11th hour.


WWI campaign remembered in West Norfolk village service

WWI campaign remembered in West Norfolk village service

WWI campaign remembered in West Norfolk village service

Guests from around the world attended a service in Dersingham commemorating the losses of one of the most famous First World War campaigns.


Runcton Holme couple’s fundraising thanks hospital ward team

Runcton Holme couple’s fundraising thanks hospital ward team

Runcton Holme couple’s fundraising thanks hospital ward team

Hundreds of pounds were raised for Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital during a music event organised by a couple from Runcton Holme.


King's Lynn's Samaritans branch to mark 50 years of care

King's Lynn's Samaritans branch to mark 50 years of care

King's Lynn's Samaritans branch to mark 50 years of care

Leaders of Lynn’s Samaritans branch have paid tribute to the community support which will enable them to celebrate its 50th anniversary next month.


West Norfolk village school ‘improving, but more still to do’

West Norfolk village school ‘improving, but more still to do’

West Norfolk village school ‘improving, but more still to do’

A West Norfolk village primary school is improving, but further progress is still needed, education inspectors have said.


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