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Kings Lynn
Saturday, September 18, 2021

Brittons branches out with a second office

Estate agent Brittons, which has been established in King’s Lynn for almost 30 years, has opened a second branch.  The business has acquired the former...

GALLERY: Woodland walk fun

Families enjoyed a chilly winter woodland walk with the Under 5s Out and About group. The walks are held on the first Tuesday of every...

Shoe shop is a step in the right direction

An independent children’s shoe shop has relocated to King’s Lynn. Formerly located in Downham Market, Smith’s Children's Shoes has now moved to 11 Tower Street...

Phone boxes to be adopted

Communities across West Norfolk are to adopt traditional red phone boxes. The planning committee at West Norfolk Council was asked to consider BT’s proposals to...

Consultation for plans goes to the next stage

A public consultation into plans to revamp Downham Market’s Jubilee Community Centre was held this week.  Sixty-three people turned up to see proposals for a...

Holocaust event in King’s Lynn

West Norfolk is to mark Holocaust Memorial Day with a multi-faith civic service at the King’s Lynn Town Hall. Members of the Jewish community will...

MP in talks over closed pub and cafe

A fresh bid is to be made today to re-open a railway pub and cafe, which closed following a rent dispute. Justice Secretary Elizabeth Truss...

£4m Lidl store approved at Heacham

A new £4m supermarket is to go ahead at Heacham following months of planning debate. Lidl has been granted full planning permission for a food...

Cool cat Ginger wins

Ginger the cat made a spectacle of himself to emerge as the winner of Your Local Paper’s Festive Photographic Competition. This picture in the...

Hundreds of homes on agenda

More than 200 new homes could be built in West Norfolk if plans get the green light on Monday. West Norfolk Council’s planning committee is...