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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Young pupils have a tree-mendous day

MARSHLAND St James Primary School’s youngest pupils have been working together with the great outdoors.Children from ages three to five all chose the perfect...

Teenager’s bid to say thanks

A teenager is organising a charity auction in a bid to raise £1,000 for the The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.Chloe Hobday, 15, of Downham Market,...

New heritage project to breathe life into town

NEW life could be breathed into King’s Lynn after it became one of the country’s first Heritage Action Zones.As part of a new national...

Inshore detectives show how seas are protected

THE body responsible for keeping our seas and marine life healthy demonstrated its full force this week.The Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (EIFCA)...

Mini Meet is on the cards

A new event has been added to the summer programme of attractions in King’s Lynn.West Norfolk Council will be staging a Mini Meet on...

Cheque boost for RNLI lifeboat crew

FREEMASONS have presented £1,000 to Hunstanton RNLI.The St Winnold Lodge in Downham Market supports a wide range of charities throughout the year.Grand master John...

Society in £3k bench bid to honour mystic

THE King’s Lynn Civic Society has launched a bid to find £3,000 to reinstate a bench in Saturday Market Place – to remember pilgrim...

Dancing around the maypole to mark academy anniversary

PUPILS at two sister schools are preparing for celebrations to mark an anniversary.In March 2015, the Anthony Curton School at Walpole St Peter and ...

Top marks for students

STUDENTS at Springwood High School have been praised for their outstanding project work.Forty-two students at the academy’s sixth form received outstanding results for their...

Olwyn opens spring event

Soprano Olwyn Barber, who celebrates 70 years as a member of a church choir, was invited to officially open its spring fair on Saturday.Mrs...