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Monday, September 21, 2020

Store to open sooner than planned

The new Hobbycraft store in King’s Lynn is to open five days earlier than scheduled. The arts and crafts retailer, on the Hardwick Retail Park, is...

Shelter needs army of helpers

A night shelter for the homeless is calling for around 150 volunteers as it faces what could be its busiest winter yet. King’s Lynn Winter...

Rev’s big bike ride to support our churches

A West Norfolk assistant curate is attempting to visit 40 churches in one day – all on a bicycle. The Reverend Angela Rayner, who serves...

Community radio set to return

A new radio station covering King’s Lynn and West Norfolk is to be launched later this month. The new station comes after KL.FM came to...

Fundraising tribute for Daisy

More than £8,000 has been raised in memory of a North Wootton woman who died following an asthma attack. Daisy Harrison, 20, died just weeks...

GALLERY: Your views wanted on £35m lakeside resort

West Norfolk residents are being asked their views on plans for a £35m “eco-wellness resort” at a former quarry. Norfolk Farm Leisure Limited hopes to...

No festive panto at Lynn Corn Exchange

King’s Lynn’s traditional family Christmas panto at the Corn Exchange has been cancelled for this year. The decision, announced today (Friday) follows much discussion and...

Lynn’s festive panto cancelled

King’s Lynn’s traditional family Christmas panto at the Corn Exchange has been cancelled for this year. The decision announced today follows much discussion and with...

On your marks for new mile challenge

West Norfolk residents of all ages  and abilities are being encouraged to go the “extra mile” for a new fitness campaign launched this week. Alive...

“Leave signs alone” after more damage

Another plea has been made for people to stop tampering with COVID-19 safety signs installed around West Norfolk play areas. The signs, intended to help...