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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Police warning following illegal car cruising events

Police are warning those involved in illegal car cruising meets could be prosecuted and have their vehicle seized.Car cruising can attract thousands of...

CAMRA celebrates winners

Belated presentations have finally been able to take place to West Norfolk pubs and clubs celebrated by the local branch of CAMRA (Campaign for...

A busy summer for rescue crews

Volunteer rescue crews have been busy responding to more incidents along the West Norfolk coast.Hunstanton Coastguard team was called out last Sunday at 1pm...

Help is still at hand as shielding restrictions ease from Saturday

Residents have been reassured help will still be at hand for those who are vulnerable when shielding guidelines change from tomorrow (Saturday).Assurances have come...

Wildlife reserve is ready for visitors

A much anticipated wildlife reserve for endangered species is set to open in Watlington on Monday.Watatunga Wildlife Reserve is taking online bookings for guided...

Society calls for return of staffed tourist centre

Hunstanton Civic Society has  repeated its call for a staffed tourist information centre (TIC) to be reinstated in the town.The organisation said it has...

Scotty’s needs your help

A charity founder has told how virtual events have proved a “powerful” distraction for bereaved armed forces children during months of lockdown.Nikki Scott, of...

Lynn digester plant set to get the go ahead

Proposals to build an anaerobic digester in King’s Lynn look set to get the green light.West Norfolk Council is recommended to approve plans to...

New chapter for centre manager

A King’s Lynn shopping centre manager is to leave her role after seven years.During her time as Vancouver Quarter centre manager, Abbie Panks...

GALLERY: Pupils’ spotting challenge

Pupils at Walpole Cross Keys Primary School took part in a Big Garden Bird Watch on Monday.The children made bird feeders to hang in...