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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Food bank driving ahead with new van

Businesses in West Norfolk have come together to donate a much-needed van to King’s Lynn Foodbank. Following Your Local Paper’s Christmas campaign for festive donations,...

Shops “still accessible” during road closures

A shop owner has  urged customers to support businesses during town centre road works in King’s Lynn. Journeys and parking are likely to be disrupted...

Funds raised in memory of King’s Lynn colleague

More than £500 has been raised for the Lisa Wiles Red Wellies Brain Tumour Support Fund by King’s Lynn- based Snap On Diagnostics. The West...

Rescue bid for bus services?

Bus operators have come forward to potentially save  services after Stagecoach announced it could be closing its King’s Lynn depot. In the wake of Tuesday’s...

Pet needed £5,000 of treatment after attack

Police are appealing for the owner of a dog to come forward after a pensioner’s beloved pet was left needing £5,000 of veterinary treatment...

Cheers all round as Princess Royal visits

The Princess Royal joined  members of a coastal charity for its 35th anniversary celebrations. Princess Anne was a guest of the Hunstanton branch of Save...

Lynn could lose Stagecoach buses

Stagecoach has announced it is reviewing its operations in Norfolk. The operator, which runs around 50 vehicles and employs 120 staff could close its King's...

Community rallies to help fire victims

A community has rallied to help three families left homeless after a fierce fire ripped through three terraced houses in Walpole Cross Keys. Villagers rushed...

GALLERY: Praise for superheroes

West Norfolk superheroes, passionate about their community, were singled out for praise at a new awards ceremony held on Wednesday night. King’s Lynn-based radio station...

What a Watlington safari park could look like

An ambitious £7.5m safari park with wildebeest, flamingo and zebra could be on the cards for Watlington. Covering 170 acres, the attraction could be created...