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Thought For The Week - Chapel a testament to POWs

Soldiers on active service or even prisoners of war will leave their regimental badge as a memorial of their stay or captivity.

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The Barman - A cocktail of events

My personal experience with cocktails is solely derived from the welcome drinks at hotels when we have been abroad, such as Planter’s Punch in the Caribbean, Pisco Sour in Chile and Caipirinha in Brazil.

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That’s Entertainment - Plenty to entertain West Norfolk

Provided the cold, wintry weather, or the various strains of flu do not prevent us, there’s plenty going on in West Norfolk to keep us entertained and engaged over the next few weeks.

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A slower pace of life is tough for some retirees, but not for Wensum

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Turnstone - Surely conservation should not be a constant battle with nature?

On February 2, the Lynn News published a report on efforts to preserve Holkham dunes.

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Leather shoe at King's Lynn Museum

The History of KIng’s Lynn in 100 Objects - Shoe dates back to the 1350s

This month’s object is part of a medieval leather shoe from about 1350.

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KLFM Off Air - We can’t afford to lose Morley House

It’s been a decision that has left so many people in Lynn in complete and utter shock and it is easy to see why.

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In The Market - Some worrying signs on the motorway

Those of us who drive on the roads of West Norfolk will know their problems all too well.

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That’s Entertainment - Poetry and literature by Andy Tyler

As usual there’s much to cover this week but I’ll start by featuring two places to visit, both just outside West Norfolk and still in the region.

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The Bar Man, by Jeff Hoyle, February 9, 2018

Some of you may remember the reference work ‘Who’s Who’, the leading source of biographical material for famous people.

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Lucy and Richard Golding outside the Wenns in Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn, which they will be running as a Pub and Deli.

Washed Up, by Sarah Juggins, February 6, 2018

My life has truly come full circle.

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The Bar Man - Conspiracy theories

Somehow, I have found myself on the email list of the Quora website.

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Paul Gardner, of Nwes.

Nwes can give support to start-up businesses in West Norfolk

As the new year gets under way Nwes normally see an increase in inquiries from new entrepreneurs looking to start a business and this year has been no exception.

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Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

Vital to go that extra mile

In business there’s always a wish list of top things that you know you’d want to do better when the new year arrives.

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BAR MAN by Jeff Hoyle: Good judge of a pint

Ever fancied being Judge Rinder? Not the dancing stuff, rather sitting in court deciding cases.

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In The Market, by Allister Webb: January 23, 2018

In The Market, by Allister Webb: January 23, 2018

We often hear politicians talking about how concerned they are with notions of fairness. The only trouble is the reality doesn’t seem to live up to the hype very often.

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King's Lynn Town Sign

In the Market, by Rebekah Chilvers, January 16, 2018

You’d have thought the biggest scandal to (dis)grace Hollywood in years would have made people think twice before being inappropriate with others, but, sadly, a recent incident has proved otherwise.

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Love West Norfolk Campaign Launch at the King's Lynn Custom House and Bank House
Loving West Norfolk LtoR, Sarah Dennis, David Pomfret, Wendy Thomson, Sir Henry Bellingham, Elizabeth Truss, Jo Maule, Supt David Buckley, Brian Long, Ray Harding, Tony Hall, Sharon Clifton.

KL.FM Off Air, by Charlotte Fisher, January 16, 2018

Well what a year it’s been… Every year goes by quicker and quicker.

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Paul Gardner, of Nwes.

Free courses in King’s Lynn to help start-up businesses

As we end the first week of 2018, this is always the time we hear from entrepreneurs looking to make a new start and set up their own business.

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Chris Sargisson, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

End of year is time for reflection

As the year ends it’s a good time for reflection. For me it’s particularly relevant to do that as it’s the close of the year in which I took up my role with the Chamber.

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