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Kings Lynn
Sunday, April 30, 2017

Residents tackle fly-tipping

North Lynn residents have called on landlords, the borough council and contractors to help clear the problem of fly-tipping and unwanted refuse dumped in...

Store’s helping hand for air ambulance

STAFF and customers at a King’s Lynn High Street store are helping to support a life-saving service.  The East Anglian Air Ambulance has been nominated...

Fresh plea to trace dogs

The owner of four mini dachshunds, stolen from Upwell on April 18, has issued a fresh appeal for information. Intruders got into an outdoor dog...

Naked runner fined by court

Robert Hope, who ran naked through Lynn has appeared at Lynn Magistrates’ Court.  Hope, of no fixed address, admitted criminal damage to a fire extinguisher...

Gearing up for Sunday’s races

MORE than 2,500 runners will be counting down to Sunday for this year’s new-look Asda Foundation Grand East Anglia Run (GEAR) in King’s Lynn. The...

Colour Dash is a smash

MORE than 650 fundraisers took part in East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) Colour Dash in King’s Lynn. The Walks was awash with colour as children,...

No dragons harmed in epic battle

SHOPPERS in Downham Market were treated to a St George’s Day display organised by the town council. The celebrations saw brave St George, played by...

Couple take up new challenge

THERE’S no messing with the first local entrants to the debut Norfolk Wife Carrying Championships. The husband and wife team of Mark and Aby Scamell,...

Bank Holiday fun as vintage rally returns

MORE than 500 exhibits will be on show when a firm fixture in the vintage calendar returns to West Norfolk this weekend. The 41st annual...

Braving the mud

THE East Anglian Air Ambulance has received a bumper boost thanks to fundraising mud runners.  Aaron Marsh, who now lives in West Acre after moving...