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Kings Lynn
Saturday, March 25, 2017

Stage beckons for future star

A WEST Norfolk teenager is to work alongside professional performers after gaining a place with the Youth Music Theatre (YMT). Faye Thompsett, of Snettisham,  successfully...

“Angry” patient jailed for surgery bomb plot

A PATIENT who posted homemade bombs at his doctor’s surgery following a row over a prescription has been jailed for five years. Police were called...

Science comes to life

SCIENCE came to life for youngsters at Nelson Academy in Downham Market during an interactive session with the Mini Professors. The children, aged three and...

Apprenticeship scheme welcomed

A NEW NHS apprenticeship scheme helping people to become registered nurses received a warm response at its launch in King’s Lynn. In the first week,...

Wellbeing advice for jobseekers

A health and wellbeing fair in King’s Lynn encouraged jobseekers to get active in their search for work. Visitors learnt about the wellbeing-focused support services...

Family have a ball in honour of Mandy

A CHARITY ball in memory of a family member raised more than £4,000 on what would have been her 50th birthday. Hayley Rudd and Michelle...

Cups overflow as bra day supports women’s needs

BRAS from West Norfolk will be making a difference in Africa after local Soroptimists arranged a collection in King’s Lynn. Generous shoppers donated five bin...

Vandals damage Juggling Jim’s shrine

Vandals have damaged mementoes left at a shrine in honour of  the late West Norfolk street entertainer, Juggling Jim. The busker, whose real name was...

Top trainees reap rewards

AMBITION, drive and talent was celebrated at the College of West Anglia annual apprenticeship awards.  College principal, David Pomfret, presented 18 awards during the ceremony...

College ‘taking steps’ before stinging Ofsted

COLLEGE of West Anglia principal David Pomfret has reacted to what he called “disappointing” stinging criticism when it received an overall Ofsted grade of...