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Thursday, July 9, 2020

Helping young carers

Charity walker James Bagge has laced up his hiking boots again to help net more than £17,000 for young carers.Mr Bagge, of Stradsett, and 10...

Finding ways to help the community

Personnel at RAF Marham  have launched a range of projects to help the community through the coronavirus crisis, from providing emergency care to keeping...

SAS solider backs new way of “watching over”

North Lynn-based Scotty’s Little Soldiers has launched Overwatch – a new way for the public watch over bereaved British forces children and get involved...

Tributes to teenager

The grieving mother of a teenager is hoping people will take inspiration from her popular son and go on to live their best lives.Friends...

Street sing for cancer centre

A fundraising live street sing is to be held tomorrow (Saturday) to help cancer patients at King’s Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.Vocalist Kerri Louise will...

“Enough is enough” as more seals hurt

Staff at the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre have been battling to save the life of a young grey seal badly injured by fishing...

Final carers clap

Staff at North Lynn-based JD Cooling Group joined the final Clap For Our Carers by making a special delivery to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.Liveried...

Going the extra mile

A West Norfolk carer is among those working to make a difference during the coronavirus crisis.Simon Boston, of Heacham, said while the pandemic had...

Making memories for “lovely” Lily

Heartfelt acts of kindness are helping a family in the wake of some devastating news.Around 100 people have contributed to a Keep Lily Smiling...

Final light-up proves to be a real showstopper

A West Norfolk firm said it wanted to make its final mystery light-up event a real “showstopper”.A spokesman for Jak Ropa Professional, the events...