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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Jon’s Long Walk Home for charity

A West Norfolk-based photographer will be tackling a Long Walk Home for charity later this month.Jon Clifton (pictured) is set to walk nearly 50...

Water industry praise for a pioneering partnership

A pioneering wetland treatment site at Ingoldisthorpe has scooped an industry award for Anglian Water and partners Norfolk Rivers Trust and Water Resources East....

“Houdini” cat evades rescue

A kitten has used three of her nine lives after getting trapped in three vehicles on the same day.RSPCA officials, firefighters and mechanics spent...

Virtual celebrations for VJ anniversary

Virtual celebrations will be held as West Norfolk marks the 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day.Stories of Lynn and West Norfolk Council are...

Lynn firm helps families in need

A King’s Lynn-based stationery manufacturer has donated more than £75,000 worth of products to make summer more fun for hundreds of families.ExaClair Limited, on...

£2m recovery package

Councils have teamed-up with business leaders to deliver a £2m package to help the Norfolk tourism industry get back on its feet.The major £2.225m...

Saturday sales help responders

Car boot sales raising vital funds to help Community First Responders are being held on Saturdays at Walpole Cross Keys.Stallholders will be at...

Open-air cinema at Holkham Hall

Open-air cinema company The Luna Cinema is to screen a series of films in the grounds of Norfolk’s Holkham Hall.Rocketman, Dirty Dancing, The Greatest...

Hunny tournament wins big

Hunstanton Lawn Tennis Tournament has been named “competition of the year” by the sport’s national governing body.The tournament, dubbed the “Glastonbury of tennis” was...

Ferry service set to be re-launched

The popular West Lynn to King’s Lynn ferry could be back in action from next month.Terrington St Clement businessman Richard Stannard and his brother-in-law...