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Kings Lynn
Sunday, March 29, 2020

Train services cut due to virus

A reduced rail service is in place because of the coronavirus outbreak. Great Nothern, which runs the King’s Lynn line, implemented a revised timetable across...

Homes plan consultation

An online consultation on proposals for a major housing and roads project in Gaywood closes next week. Residents have until Thursday to make their views...

A welcome kind of stock-piling

As libraries across West Norfolk shut their doors in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, there was one form of stock piling which was...

Sex assault on teenage girl

Police are appealing for information after a teenage girl was sexually assaulted in Gaywood. The 14-year-old victim was walking on the cycle path between Gaywood...

Help at hand for businesses

Discover King’s Lynn, the town’s Business Improvement District, is offering extra support to town centre traders during these challenging times. BID has set up a...

West Norfolk woman stranded in Bolivia

A West Norfolk woman is trapped in Bolivia, desperate to get home during the coronavirus pandemic. Molly Holmes, 23, of Hunstanton, has been travelling in...

GALLERY: A pocketful of posies

The last day lessons for many pupils saw youngsters at one West Norfolk school spend time making Mother’s Day posies. Children at Denver Primary School...

Chief constable and mayor urge people to stay at home

Norfolk’s Chief Constable has called on communities to comply with new government measures restricting people’s movements to help tackle coronavirus. Chief Constable Simon Bailey said...

New homes in Pott Row?

A new development of up to 26 homes is planned in Pott Row. Outline planning permission is being sought for the two-storey houses and...

Funding for QEH team

The research team at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn has received £20,000 funding following its success in clinical trials. The Department of Health...