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Saturday, April 20, 2019

GALLERY: An egg-cellent trail

Around 160 youngsters flocked to Reffley Wood in King’s Lynn on the trail of the Easter bunny. Tuesday’s woodland walk was the biggest event to...

GALLERY: Townend shows his class

EQUESTRIANISM: World No.1 and leading British points winner Oliver Townend dominated proceedings in the headline classes at the FEI Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International.  His first...

GALLERY: Lessons brought to life

Lessons were brought to life when youngsters at a West Norfolk primary school came face to face with two model dinosaurs. Members of The Education...

GALLERY: The greatest school show

Youngsters from four West Norfolk schools belted out a series of hits from movie The Greatest Showman when they staged a joint concert for...

GALLERY: Friends step out for Will’s walk for mum

A group of friends joined 11-year-old Will Cawston on a sponsored walk to raise money for his mum who has breast cancer. Will, a pupil...

GALLERY: Creative fun for mum

Children showed their love for the special people in their lives during two special Mother’s Day events in King’s Lynn town centre. At the Vancouver...

GALLERY: Back in time for school trip

Children from West Norfolk went back to the Victorian era for a school trip with a difference. Youngsters at North Wootton Academy visited the Victorian...

GALLERY: Picture perfect gifts for mum

Pupils at Middleton Primary Academy created handmade gifts for Mother’s Day. Around 50 pupils from reception to year six took part in the activity organised...

GALLERY: Volunteers dig in to help pupils get ready to grow

It’s all systems grow at Holly Meadows Primary School in Pott Row thanks to the hard work of volunteers. A nine-strong team from Mars Food...

GALLERY: Pupils get creative

Pupils at Brancaster Primary School learned about honey bees and how to make sausages when they visited The White Horse hotel. Fran Hartshorne, head chef...