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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Businesses urged to support BID vote

Businesses in King’s Lynn are being asked to vote to support for the continuation of the town’s BID (Business Improvement District). Discover King’s Lynn, the...

£85,000 grant for historic church

A West Norfolk church is among 142 historic sites to receive a share of £35m grants from the government’s Culture Recovery Fund. A total of...

Flood threat hits borough

High tides, strong north-westerly winds and a surge of low pressure led to a flood alert being issued for the West Norfolk coast yesterday...

Construction for new School of Nursing starts

The building of a new £597,000 School of Nursing in King’s Lynn has got underway. The two-storey facility will consist of three rooms – a...

Partnership launch to help prevent underage drinking

A new partnership is set to be launched in King’s Lynn today (Friday) to help raise awareness of underage drinking. A Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP)...

Former mayor resigns from town council

Former mayor Tony Bishopp has resigned from Hunstanton Town Council. A statement issued by the council said it was not a decision taken lightly but...

MP’s marathon effort helps local youngsters

Norfolk West Norfolk MP  James Wild paid a visit to a charity he raised more than £2,000 for after taking part in this year’s...

Plans for more charge points

More electric vehicle charging points could be available at car parks. West Norfolk Council is applying for funding to improve electric vehicle (EV) charging provision...

A thank you to jab volunteers

A thank you event was held at South Wootton village hall for volunteers who have helped deliver Covid vaccines from St James Medical Practice...

Appeal after vandalism

A reward has been offered by a village football club chairman after vandals caused more than £500 worth of damage. Karl Tordoff, chairman of Clenchwarton...