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Nostalgia pictures from the Lynn News

Nostalgia pictures from the Lynn News

Archives photographs in every edition of the Lynn News ... who do you recognise?


Lynn News letters, Friday, July 8

Lynn News letters, Friday, July 8

Electric vehicles, rail strikes, QEH, bees and library are among the subjects. More letters are welcome; viewpoint is at: letters@lynnnews.co.uk.


Defendant landed with £400 bill for row outside bar

Defendant landed with £400 bill for row outside bar

A racially-aggravated remark on a night out has cost a West Norfolk man dear. .


Woman kicked two police officers

Woman kicked two police officers

A fight outside a nightclub escalated, magistrates have heard.


Care home residents enjoy open air cinema screening

Care home residents enjoy open air cinema screening

Grease was the film that Amberley Hall care home residents wanted


Widow's art sale draws large crowds

Widow's art sale draws large crowds

Funds to restore iconic Dersingham timepiece boosted by art sale.


Who has been in court recently?

Who has been in court recently?

The latest court register from around Lynn and West Norfolk.


Lynn News letters Tuesday, July 5

Lynn News letters Tuesday, July 5

Unions, by-election, Chris Pincher and RSPCA are among the subjects; more letters are welcome. Viewpoint is at: letters@lynnnews.co.uk


Downham Games well worth the wait

Downham Games well worth the wait

The 'Olympics' had to be postponed from the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend and took place for the first time since the pandemic.


Lynn News letters July 1, 2022

Lynn News letters July 1, 2022

Coeliac disease, MP James Wild, politics and unions feature among the subjects; more letters are welcome. Viewpoint is at: letters@lynnnews.co.uk


Carnival parade attracts hundreds

Carnival parade attracts hundreds

It was a parade of joy as the carnival procession snaked through the seaside town on Sunday.


Lynn News letters from Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Lynn News letters from Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Lynn fish & chip shop, slavery, rail strike, 'broken Britain' and gas fracking feature as subjects. Viewpoint email is at: letters@lynnnews.co.uk


Craft fair and dog agility attract crowds at RDA event

Craft fair and dog agility attract crowds at RDA event

There were an impressive 50 stalls for the 250 who flocked to the RDA event on Saturday to enjoy so what better time to start Christmas shopping.


Pupils build bridges in technology tournament

Pupils build bridges in technology tournament

Techie students have spanned the gaps in their knowledge to win a prize.


Final of championship at Hunstanton sees English teenager win

Final of championship at Hunstanton sees English teenager win

A major sporting event has taken place on the coast this week.


Incident at The Eagle pub in King's Lynn led to court

Incident at The Eagle pub in King's Lynn led to court

A defendant has been given a conditional discharge for assaulting a bouncer.


Woman banned from driving after stop in village

Woman banned from driving after stop in village

Police pulled over a car previously linked to drug possession and found the driver to be twice the limit for a cannabis derivative.


Who has appeared in court recently

Who has appeared in court recently

As part of our public service, the Lynn News publishes a summary of decisions taken by magistrates.


Primary school teacher crashed into church wall in village, court told

Primary school teacher crashed into church wall in village, court told

A defendant pleaded with a witness not to call the police after crashing her car, magistrates were told.


Pensioner caught speeding was driving on an expired licence

Pensioner caught speeding was driving on an expired licence

A man caught by a speedcam driving too fast was on the road illegally.


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