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Kings Lynn
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Co-op car wash boosts charity

A car wash organised by staff at Co-operative Funeralcare in Wootton Road, King’s Lynn, has raised £168 for a children’s charity. All the money...

A golden win for holiday resort

A West Norfolk holiday resort has been given a gold stamp of approval for its touring facilities. Searles Leisure Resort in Hunstanton has been awarded...

Skie takes the helm at Hunny

The Hunstanton branch of Willliam H Brown has a new manager. Skie Clark has taken up the reins after spending the last five years as...

East Winch insurance firm steps in to save 117 jobs

A West Norfolk insurance company has stepped in to help more than 100 people whose jobs are in jeopardy. Adrian Flux, of East Winch, has...

Successful start for village shop

New owners of a village store in East Rudham have received positive feedback since the business re-opened. Husband-and-wife-team Alan and Naomi Katze launched Rainbow Stores...

Window of opportunity for former mechanic

A former RAF transport mechanic has started his own business.  As well as serving 10 years with the air force, John Claxton, of Clenchwarton, also...

Chairman steps down from LEP

The chairman of an organisation which supports businesses in Norfolk is to stand down. Mark Pendlington (pictured) chairman of the New Anglia Local Enterprise...

College shortlisted for environmental award

The College of West Anglia (CWA) is in the running for a national environmental award.  The college has been shortlisted in the carbon reduction category...

New business reaps award at RHS show

Branching out into a new line of business has earned a West Norfolk family firm a top Royal Horticultural Society award. A gazebo made by...

Charity football challenge to help hospital

Staff at two refrigeration companies will compete in a charity football match to raise funds for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn. Employees from...