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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Our readers are ‘sew’ kind to help clothe African families

GENEROUS readers of Your Local Paper will be helping people in Africa to become self-sufficient after donating sewing machines to be refurbished and sent...

New electronic system is good news for mums

NEW and expectant mothers should have more control over their medical records thanks to a new electronic patient record system brought in at the...

New hospice website

THE Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House has launched a new website to help keep supporters up to date. Digital charity, the Transform Foundation, funded the design,...

Boost for blood bikes

FREEMASONS in King’s Lynn have presented £800 to the blood bike charity, SERV Norfolk. The Geoffrey Dicker Freemasons Lodge, based on the North Lynn Industrial...

Memories are made of this over lunch

A SPECIAL lunch was held to bring together those living with dementia and their carers. Around 90 people turned out for the event which was...

Nurses cared for with apprenticeship course

A NEW apprenticeship scheme is being launched to help the next generation of nurses to achieve their career ambitions.  The West Norfolk Cohort aims to...

Knowledge vital for those helping dementia sufferers

The thought of growing old gracefully is probably what many of us hope for. But with our ever-aging population, more and more of us are...

Pupils get set to take part in Mini Gear run

School children are being urged to get involved in one of the region’s biggest fun runs. Hundreds of children and adults are expected to line...

Smashing time for families learning about historic find

Anglo-Saxon characters took over Lynn Museum for a host of half-term events. Familes took part in Smashing Saxons  activities to celebrate the temporary display of...

Big dipper dive earns Ray star

A Hunstanton fundraiser who braved the Christmas Day Swim has been named employee of the month. Raymond Harris, manager at The Fabulous Showboat, raised £550...