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Kings Lynn
Saturday, March 25, 2017

Town hall display for Down’s Syndrome day

KING’S Lynn Town Hall was lit-up in blue and yellow for World Down’s Syndrome Awareness Day on Tuesday. It was organised by Rebecca Fisher, 22,...

Making music is child’s play for singing schools

CHILDREN from several schools in West Norfolk showcased their musical skills to a packed audience this week. Celebrating its 20th year, the Schools Make Music...

Choo choo, man on a train, Portillo steams into town

Famous, not just as a “former potential prime minister”, as he graciously put it, but now as a terrific TV presenter, Michael Portillo enraptured...

New bag scheme will help hospital patients

A NEW pilot scheme has been launched this week at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital to help enhance emergency care for older patients.  A system has...

Fair uses good horse sense to honour historic trading

IT’s nearly 1,000 years old and dates back as far as Edward the Confessor – so to mark the granting of its horse fair...

GALLERY: Celebrating success with a royal visitor

PRINCE Andrew met  business owners and entrepreneurs during a visit to the King’s Lynn Innovation Centre. Members of BNI Innovation – a business networking group...

Fifty years of choir documented in book

A POTTED history of one of King’s Lynn’s long-standing groups has been captured in a new book. Lynn man Brian Chase, the longest-serving active member...

Fascinating finds on Hillington village dig

A SILVER coin dating back almost 600 years was discovered during an archeological dig in Hillington. King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Archeological Society hosted its...

Green light for work

ROAD safety improvements are to go ahead across West Norfolk following a vote by Norfolk County Council. Members of the environment, development and transport committee...

Easier access to council services

A new website feature launched by West Norfolk Council should make it easier for residents to access services online. By registering for My Account,...