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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Please don’t come to seaside, says mayor

A seaside town mayor has issued a plea for the public to "explore from their door" ahead of warmer weather set to hit West...

Bench appeal for popular Lynn man

An online fundraising page has been set up to raise money for a bench in memory of a popular King’s Lynn character. A former staff...

Fear for Debenhams as 50 stores are set to close

Staff and customers are anxiously waiting to hear if the Debenhams store in King’s Lynn High Street is one of 50 earmarked for closure...

Warmer weather and “lockdown fatigue” no excuse for travelling, police warn

Warmer weather and “lockdown fatigue” are no excuse breaking Coronavirus rules surrounding travelling, police have warned. Officers continued their dedicated COVID-19 patrols at the weekend, targeting...

Arson at recycling centre

Detectives are treating a major blaze at a West Norfolk recycling centre as arson, police confirmed this week. Fire broke out at Glazewing in West...

Prince’s Trust evening to inspire volunteers

In a bid to encourage more volunteers, The Prince’s Trust hosted an evening showcasing some of its greatest work. A presentation was made to council...

Cancer survivor says thank-you to charity

A Terrington St Clement man has raised £600 for a charity which supported him during his battle with cancer. Paul Macrae was diagnosed with throat...

Crematorium lifts Covid restrictions

Restrictions will be eased at Mintlyn Crematorium, near King’s Lynn, from Monday in line with the government’s national lifting of pandemic measures. Brian Long, West...

New £5m Travelodge is officially opened in Lynn

A new £5m Travelodge has opened in King’s Lynn, creating 15 jobs for the area. West Norfolk Mayor David Whitby was a special guest and...

A father’s hope for a another chance of life

A King’s Lynn man has spoken of trying to cope with life as a 41-year-old dad who has kidney failure. George Richardson is surviving by...