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Friday, January 18, 2019

Food bank’s thank you to dedicated supporters

Volunteers at King’s Lynn Foodbank gathered at the town’s Bank House on Monday for a Christmas celebration. Around 30 volunteers enjoyed tea and cake as...

Fraser’s fantastic headshave

A sixth form student from Downham Market has raised more than £3,000 in memory of his mum by having his head shaved for charity. Big-hearted...

Star baker Ethan is top fundraiser

A pupil at Hunstanton’s Glebe House School has been thanked by local members of the Royal British Legion for his fundraising efforts for the...

Charity’s big discovery

A North Lynn charity which supports youngsters with movement, learning and development difficulties, has been given a £30,000 boost. Based in Beulah Street, Little Discoverers...

A new first for Scotty’s cause

West Norfolk-based Scotty’s Little Soldiers has launched a new range of clothing and accessories to help raise even more funds for bereaved armed forces...

Sweet treats for Children in Need

The team at Kenneth Bush Solicitors in King’s Lynn raised more than £200 for the BBC Children in Need appeal when they braved the...

Pupils give helping hand to homeless

Big-hearted youngsters from South Wootton Junior School have donated surplus vegetables from their allotment to help a homeless charity. The produce will be used by...

Young poets mark special anniversary

Pupils at an Outwell school have been putting their poetry skills to the test to mark 100th anniversary of the Armistice at the end...

Village tribute unveiled

Members of Southery Parish Council unveiled a memorial as part of celebrations to mark the end of the First World War. The idea originated from...

Poppies made with pride

Youngsters across West Norfolk have been busy making poppies and displays for Remembrance Sunday. Members of the 1st Hunstanton Cub Scouts and 2nd Dersingham Brownies...