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The Vamps are coming to Festival Too. Picture: Supplied.
The Vamps are coming to Festival Too. Picture: Supplied.
Top band The Vamps will be in West Norfolk as part of Festival Too later this year. The popular quartet has confirmed the gig in the Tuesday Market Place, King’s Lynn, as part of the annual free festival line-up. The boy band has just finished a major tour, including London’s O2 and is one of the biggest names to play Festival Too in...

Buster sells the Linnets

New owner Stephen Cleeve, left, shakes hands with Buster Chapman who is leaving The Walks after six years.  Picture: Tim Smith.

New owner unveiled for town’s football club as Buster ends six-years at The Walks. In a dramatic turn of events King’s Lynn Town football club has a new owner as Keith

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Farewell to dancing queen

Peggy at her 95th birthday celebrations with daughter Helena Anderson. Pictures: Supplied.

Tribute has been paid to top-class dancer Peggy Spencer who died on Wednesday, aged 95. Mrs Spencer had a glittering career which spanned decades and included many performances

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Have you picked up your free #YLP today? An extra thick edition for the bank holiday so dig in and enjoy! #free #106pages #local

  • We are 108 free pages for you today - grab a copy, they're going very quickly!! Packed full of stuff and, have you heard . . . . The Vamps are coming . . . yay :) PLUS - it's a Bank Holiday weekend with events everywhere so get out and about to support whoever has put the time in to organise them.

    May 27

  • OK - it's THE VAMPS. Yes, really - and The Wonderstuff, Gabrielle, Odyssey and Phats and Small. How's that for starters? Festival Too is shaping up to be fantastic.
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    Festival Too is celebrating its 31st year of bringing FREE entertainment to King's Lynn in 2016! Come along and enjoy one of Europe's largest FREE festivals!

    May 27

Battling villagers fight homes appeal

Heacham objectors make their feelings clear. Picture: Tony Jones.

Battling Heacham residents have vowed they will not give up their planning fight whatever the outcome of an inquiry currently taking place. Just three months after taking on

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