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Friday, January 18, 2019

Hannah’s paper roses raise £2,500 for cancer charity

Creative 10-year-old Hannah Burton, of Hunstanton, has raised £2,500 for Children With Cancer by selling paper roses. The Hunstanton Infant School pupil makes the colourful...

Charities to benefit from Society’s latest offering

Sponsors of West Norfolk Gilbert and Sullivan Society’s latest performance have got together ahead of the cast’s annual performance. Money will be raised for four...

Please continue to support our appeal

Now that Christmas is over and the New Year is in full swing we’re asking Your Local Paper readers to continue to dig deep...

Polly prepares for charity chop

Ten-year-old Polly Booth is preparing to have her long hair cut off to donate to a charity which makes wigs for children who have...

Activity centre celebrates 20 years of adventures

The National Trust’s activity centre on the North West Norfolk coast is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Brancaster Activity Centre first opened in 1998 following the...

Residents “not happy” as council backs plan

Controversial plans to build a new industrial estate in King’s Lynn have been given the go-ahead. Committee members at West Norfolk Council on Monday voted...

Bingo and big hearts help pair of charities

More than £2,000 was collected for good causes thanks to a Christmas prize bingo night and a kind-hearted bank worker. Campaign Care 94 (CC94) raised...

Brew Monday in Lynn

Volunteers from the  Samaritans are encouraging people to come together over a cuppa in a bid to help banish the January blues. Monday, January 21...

Shout loud and proud for the love of West Norfolk

People are urged to voice what they love about West Norfolk on Valentine’s Day. Predominantly taking place online, people are encouraged to share their thoughts,...

GALLERY: Prince William shares a joke with onlookers

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate, delighted crowds who gathered to see members of the royal family at Sandringham.   The...