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Showmen got off to a good start with the weather on their side in King’s Lynn yesterday. As the sun shone on the Tuesday Market Place, rides and stalls were being constructed for the 812th Mart. Donald Gray, chief steward, said: “With it being good weather, it makes it easier to get everything up and running. Mr Gray (pictured) said...

Injuries continue to hit West

Man of the match Jack Hoyles surges forward for West Norfolk.

A much improved performance on the road by West Norfolk was not enough to give them victory as they bowed out of the London & South East Senior Vase Cup 34-12 at

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GALLERY: Charity pancake races are a sweet success

The Your Local Paper team of Mark Stanford and Jamie Read. Pictures: Paul Tibbs.

King’s Lynn businesses battled it out to be named the best flippers in town  on Shrove Tuesday. The annual pancake race  was the first Vancouver Quarter Business Challenge

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Our website is back up after a discrepancy yesterday. It's all updated with a selection of this week's stories. https://t.co/SvrgiXld9a

  • Website is up and running again. Hurrah.

    February 12

  • We are up and at 'em!! Paper is out, free as ever, and packed with stuff for you. Money off vouchers for The Mart and The Farmer's Arms so enjoy. Wrap-up warm :)

    February 12

Hospice welcomes a royal visit

The Queen arrives at Tapping House yesterday.
Picture: Tony Jones.

A West Norfolk hospice welcomed a special visitor yesterday when the Queen arrived in Hillington. Travelling just over three miles from her home at Sandringham, she met

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