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Hunstanton Pier Family Entertainment Centre.  Picture:  Tony Jones
Hunstanton Pier Family Entertainment Centre. Picture: Tony Jones
A Hunstanton attraction has been put on the market for £4.25m. The Hunstanton Pier Family Entertainment Centre has been owned by CHS Amusements since 2007, when the company refurbished the centre. But now the nationwide amusements chain  has instructed Bilfinger GVA Retail, Hotels and Leisure, to put the attraction up for sale. Director...

Lankfer puts Runcton in control of title’s destiny

Darren Cubitt loses his wicket in North Runcton A’s defeat at home to Hardingham on Saturday.

North Runcton are back in the driving seat for the Norfolk Alliance Division One title. While they were beating Horsford by three wickets, leaders Garboldisham were losing to

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GALLERY: The legends of Lynn

A youngster helps to tame Epico the Dragon. Pictures:  Kevin Elfleet.

Once upon a time, children watched in amazement as a dragon took to the streets of King’s Lynn. Cinderella, Snow White and Rapunzel also brought some magic to the town on

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  • If you can spot a TriBSA at 300 yards, or can tell the difference between a ZB32 and a DBD34 then get yourself over to The Fenman rally at Wimbotsham on Monday. Even if you don't know which end of a motorbike is front it's still a great day out.
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    The Fenman Classic Bike Show Website. The 27th Fenman Classic Bike Show 31st August Bank Holiday Monday

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  • We are up and at 'em again - great paper today with the chance to win tickets to the circus. Hundreds of entries pouring in for last week's Frankie and Benny's competition - closes today. More than 80 packed pages with everything you need for nothing. Enjoy.

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School has best year for results

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Last Thursday’s A-level results revealed one King’s Lynn school had its best ever year for the exam. Norfolk appears to have bucked the national trend with students

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