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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Fundraisers to have their cake and eat it

After devouring mammoth beefburgers the size of hubcaps, Hilgay fundraisers are gritting their teeth and flagging down the dessert trolley. Village butcher Ali Dent has organised a cake-eating contest designed to test...

Nominate your shining stars for top award

Outstanding staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn be be recognised at the second annual Shining Star awards. Patients and their families can nominate teams or individuals ahead of...

Have a go at handball with taster session

Familes are invited to have a go at handball during a taster session tomorrow. A qualified coach will lead the group at Downham Market Leisure Centre from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Equipment...

Literature brought to life by World Book Day

Young imaginations ran wild when Greyfriars Primary School in King’s Lynn embraced World Book Day. The annual celebration of all things literary saw all 284 pupils arrive dressed as their favourite...

Bikers’ pride and joy on show for charity

Honda Goldwing owners will ride to Hunstanton next Saturday to show off their pride and joy for charity. Enthusiasts from across the country are to display their motorbikes and trikes...

Bircham mill ready for busy new season

Bircham Windmill will open for the new season on Wednesday, March 27 and visitors can expect a packed programme of events and activities this year. The working mill will...

Tuck into cake and coffee for hospital cash

A coffee and cake morning at Smiths Footwear in Downham Market is to raise money for Papworth Hospital. The event will be held at the Bridge Street shop on Wednesday,...

Row your boat at Downham water fest

Entry is open for Downham Market Water Festival and it’s first-come first-serve for teams hoping to make a splash this year. The event has gone from strength to strength since...

Top author shares his love of literature

A top author shared his passion for literature and encouraged school pupils to try writing for themselves during a visit to Downham Market Library. Simon Scarrow, who has penned more than...

Ceilidh night will boost two good causes

A ceilidh at Downham Market Town Hall will raise money for two charities next weekend. Proceeds from the third annual event will go to the Robert Foot Leukaemia Fund...