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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Cash boost for life-saving RNLI

Customers at a coastal Fat Face store have raised £569 for Hunstanton RNLI.   Nick Welham, manager of the outdoor clothing chain’s Burnham Deepdale shop,...

Shopkeepers’ gift to Roxburgh Centre

Fairstead shoppers have helped to raise £1,541 for the Roxburgh Children’s Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn. The money was raised through...

A busy time for hog hotel

Plummeting overnight temperatures have meant hundreds of hedgehogs have been forced to stay longer at the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre. More than 200 prickly...

Pub serves a cheque to equip school hall

Owners of a King’s Lynn pub have donated £517 to a primary school in a bid to help it buy new equipment. Mein hosts, Roger...

Crafty fun and games at St Nicks

A host of free events is planned at St Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn. The Churches Conservation Trust has organised a series of craft workshops,...

Fridge workers in cool runnings

Foster Refrigerator employees raised £700 for three local charities when they took part in a sponsored run in Holland.  The King’s Lynn staff joined colleagues...

Tributes for Juggling Jim

Offers of help have poured in to pay for the funeral of a much-loved West Norfolk street entertainer. It was confirmed yesterday that a funeral...

GALLERY: Different faiths come together

A moving Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD)service was held in King’s Lynn on Sunday. Around 100 people attended the annual multi-faith civic service of remembrance at...

The best things come to those cats who wait

After a wait of a year and a day, Pencil the cat has finally found a cosy new home. The 14-year-old male black cat, who...

Cancer survivor says thank-you to charity

A Terrington St Clement man has raised £600 for a charity which supported him during his battle with cancer. Paul Macrae was diagnosed with throat...