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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

GALLERY: Lessons for the future

The annual Holocaust Memorial Day service was held at King’s Lynn Town Hall. This year’s theme was The Power of Words. Members of West Norfolk’s  Jewish...

Neighbourly festive lights help save lives

Neighbours in Downham Market have raised more than £1,000 for charity - thanks to their spectacular Christmas lights. Justin Lewis and wife Susan have been...

Dance to the Bollywood beat

A touch of Bollywood came to West Winch Primary School when pupils took part in dance classes with a difference. Members of Jaya Dance –...

Donation for RNLI

Hunstanton’s RNLI has been given a  boost of more than £3,700 thanks to  a company charity scheme. Roy Cunningham, manager of Driftwood Stores in Hunstanton...

Coffee morning helps vulnerable

Cups of coffee helped to raise £50 for a King’s Lynn-based charity. Members of Downham Market Lioness Club have presented a cheque to West Norfolk...

Successful stall to say thank you

Four friends raised £785 for the West Norfolk Breast Cancer Unit with a successful stall. Wendy Martell, Kay Shambrook, Mandy Smith and Sally Attwell wanted...

Honours awards for West Norfolk workers

Four West Norfolk people have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours. Anita Grodkiewicz, 58, of Outwell, is being made an MBE for services to...

Hannah gets creative for children’s cancer charity

A schoolgirl has raised more than £1,600 to help youngsters with cancer after rising to a charity challenge. Nine-year-old Hannah Burton, of Hunstanton, has spent...

Mince pies and mulled wine

A mulled wine and mince pies event hosted by a Shernborne-based business raised £274 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance. The Wrought Iron and Brass...

Family firm donates coats following raid

More than 40 homeless people are facing a warmer winter thanks to the generosity of two West Norfolk businesses. Two months ago, V&J Knitwear, of...