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Friday, August 23, 2019

Passport to success is glorious for Helen

West Norfolk business group BNI Hanse is celebrating after one of its members became the first person in Norfolk, and one of the first...

Friendly match nets for charity

Teams of amateur footballers from Lovell Homes East Anglia and West Norfolk Council staged a charity football match which raised £565 for two good...

New business offers wellbeing support

A woman from Watlington has launched her own business as a wellbeing advocate. Lauren Ephithite, 30, hopes to help people with their mental health and...

Ward Gethin Archer backs riding charity

Staff at Ward Gethin Archer’s Downham Market office have presented £200 to West Norfolk Riding for the Disabled. A stall at Downham carnival raised £141...

Businesses invited to launch of new service

A West Norfolk recruitment firm is set to launch a new executive appointments division to cope with a sharp increase in demand for high...

Slimming coach scoops award

Slimming World consultant Jo Jackson has scooped an award for her top efforts in helping people in Hunstanton lose weight. She was presented with a...

Skills academy brings success for learners

Twelve adult learners have successfully completed a course designed to help them find work. The group took part in a two-week Digital Skills Academy in...

Firm welcomes a new director

A West Norfolk law firm Ward Gethin Archer has appointed a new director. Anna Hall is based at the firm’s office at the Regis Place...

Successful apprentices take up new CGM roles

A pair of apprentices who completed their training have been rewarded with full-time positions with West Norfolk commercial landscaping firm CGM Group. Josh Clark and...

Teens build winning skills for the future

A Terrington St Clement teenager has scooped a win for his brickwork. Harry Knight, 19, won the top spot for his trade in the Norfolk...