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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Men hurt in two King’s Lynn robberies

Detectives investigating two robberies on the same night in King’s Lynn believe the crimes could be linked. The first incident happened around 10.10pm last Tuesday...

Community centre saved by grant

A refurbishment project at Gaywood Community Centre could be completed within weeks thanks to a £15,000 boost. The Gayton Road building is having a...

Make sure you have a voice in general election

With the general election set for Thursday, December 12, West Norfolk Council is urging residents to make sure they are registered to vote. Only those...

Great support for winter appeal

Donations are coming in thick and fast for our Winter Appeal to help those in need in our community. Generous Your Local Paper readers have...

New look play area unveiled

Gaywood Primary School held celebrations when a £50,000 revamped outdoor play area was officially opened. West Norfolk Mayor Geoff Hipperson cut the ribbon in front...

GALLERY: Pupils wear odd socks for anti-bullying week

Staff and pupils at Whitefriars Primary Academy in King’s Lynn wore odd socks to mark anti-bullying week. Children from all year groups took part in...

GALLERY: Crowds gather to remember

Around 600 people gathered in King’s Lynn to pause and reflect on Remembrance Sunday. The poignant event started with a procession led by West Norfolk...

Fund launched to help West Norfolk celebrate

A new one-off fund has been launched to help West Norfolk to celebrate VE and VJ Days next year.  The fund, created by West Norfolk...

GALLERY: Downham honours the fallen on Remembrance Sunday

Downham Market residents honoured those who fought in two world wars and later conflicts at the town’s Remembrance parade on Sunday. The parade gathered at...

Scotty’s Little Soldiers march at the Cenotaph

King’s Lynn-based charity Scotty’s Little Soldiers took 18 bereaved children to the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in London, honouring parents who served...