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Thursday, February 23, 2017

New service launched to help with care plans

King’s Lynn law firm Kenneth Bush has launched a new service to help families make decisions on long-term care. The company hopes its new service...

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...

Josh cooks up a treat for the Rotary rounds

A budding West Norfolk chef is through to the next round of a cooking competition. Josh Haycock, 16, of Hunstanton is now set to compete...

Family’s face-to-face with treasure trove

It’s not every day that people – unless you are the Queen – can view priceless family jewels, but one particular family were given...

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...

Decades of dedicated work

Long service awards were presented to staff at West Norfolk Council who have clocked up 690 years of work between them. Borough Mayor David Whitby...

Gymnastics fever hits St Edmunds school

Budding gymnasts at St Edmunds Academy in North Lynn are in training for an in-school competition. Year 2 pupils in Churchill Class have been busy...

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...

The Queen’s right royal gift to Nathan

It was something of a late Christmas present for one lucky lad when the Queen presented her own Bible Prize for a project on...

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,...