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Monday, December 18, 2017

Warm welcome for homeless

A pioneering project to provide a temporary night shelter for some of King’s Lynn’s homeless people is expected to be full within weeks. The new...

Generous response to foodbank festive plea

Generous Your Local Paper readers have responded to our appeal to help King’s Lynn Foodbank. We have received bags of food, Christmas treats, toiletries and...

Historic title for volunteer

An ancient title has been revived and awarded to a King’s Lynn heritage volunteer. Barry Howard is now Custodian of the South Gate and Keeper...

Our festive plea for foodbank

Your Local Paper has teamed-up with King’s Lynn Foodbank to spread some festive cheer this Christmas. Together we are calling on businesses and individuals to...

Affordable homes set for Hunstanton site?

Consultation has begun on plans for an affordable housing development in Hunstanton and the potential redevelopment of the bus station site. Land at Alexandra Road,...

GALLERY: Waste to burn for days

Around 1,000 tonnes of waste is expected to carry on burning for a few more days after a blaze in Bawsey on Monday. Fire crews...

Second weekend of A47 delays

Motorists face another weekend of queues and delays with the closure of a section of the A47 near King’s Lynn. The road was shut yesterday...

Family faces uncertain Christmas after blaze

Christmas is looking bleak for a North Lynn family after their home was destroyed in a blaze.  Graham Withers and his three sons were left...

Switching on for Christmas

Festive lights will be switched on at Hunstanton and King’s Lynn this weekend. Hunstanton’s Christmas Cracker event will take place tomorrow (Saturday) from noon to...

Jobs blow at major employer

Almost 600 jobs in West Norfolk are under threat after one of the area’s largest employers announced it could relocate. The Construction Industry Training Board...