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Monday, August 15, 2022

Women rescued from capsized dinghy at Brancaster

An RNLI crew from Hunstanton rescued two women clinging to the side of a dinghy which had capsized at Brancaster Wreck Sands. The Coastguard alerted...

Have your say on future development in West Winch

Public consultation begins today (Friday) on a masterplan which will act as a guide for the proposed development of up to 4,000 new homes...

Festival fireworks display is cancelled

Fireworks planned for tomorrow (Saturday) evening as part of the Hanseatic Watersports Festival in King's Lynn have been cancelled on the advice of the...

The magnificent seven

A charity which supports children and young people has received a major boost following the efforts of seven cyclists. The Benjamin Foundation has been presented...

Guides earn their badges

Fifteen newly qualified King’s Lynn Town Guides have been presented with their official badges.   West Norfolk Deputy Mayor Margaret Wilkinson presented the badges on...

High speed action returns with watersport racing

High speed action is back on the River Great Ouse this weekend with the return of the thrilling Hanseatic Festival of Watersports.   The quayside...

£12,000 donation will help bereaved children

A charity which supports bereaved children and young people has received a £12,000 donation from Mintlyn Crematorium. The crematorium, which is owned and managed by...

Try crazy golf in Lynn’s Walks

A new crazy golf game in The Walks at King’s Lynn is already proving popular. Golf clubs can be hired from The Walks Café which...

Back to Tudor times

Families were whisked back to Tudor times at a free drop-in event at South Lynn Community Centre. Last Sunday’s fun day was made possible by...

A toast to festival’s success

Glasses were raised as a popular King’s Lynn beer festival made a welcome return.  After an absence of two years due to the  pandemic, the...