The new centre.
Pictures: Tony Jones.
The new centre. Pictures: Tony Jones.
West Norfolk has its own higher education centre with the opening of a £6.5m university centre yesterday. The ceremonial ribbon was cut to the new block at the College of West Anglia in King’s Lynn. The site in Tennyson Avenue now boasts a new building which is dedicated to teaching both full-time and part-time higher education...

Four off as Lynn progress


FOOTBALL: Gary Mills’ goal settled a bad-tempered FA Cup encounter in favour of Kings Lynn Town on Saturday. The Linnets and visitors Harlow Town both finished with only nine

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‘Hare’ we go again for fun at Docking fair

The Rev Peter Cook and helpers get ready for tomorrow’s Hare Fair. Picture: Tony Jones.

Members of St Mary Church at Docking are preparing for the annual Hare Fair. This will be the fifth year of the event, which will take place  tomorrow in the church and

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RT @QEHKingsLynnNHS: Excitement is building at the QEH for our Open Day, which will be held in four days time.

  • Afternoon everybody. Hard at work as ever here at Your Local Paper. This week we've got a full round-up of the Macmillan coffee mornings with times and venues. We'll be out and about at a few, but if we can't make yours feel free to take a picture and send it along with some information to">

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  • Sad news from Heacham this weekend with the death of parish councillor Tracey Swann who was well-known in the village. Fire officials are still at her house which was severely damaged in the blaze on Saturday night.

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School celebrations for Roald

Above: Leila Todd and Abigail Wagg. Picture: Tony Jones.

Mr Twit, Willy Wonka and The Grand High Witch was just some of the characters who appeared at a West Norfolk school this week. To mark what would have been Roald Dahl’s 100th

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