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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Festival to finish on a high

King’s Lynn’s free Festival Too will end on a high note tomorrow night when legendary boy band Busted take to the stage.Thousands of people...

Coronavirus cases ‘rising’ in Norfolk, county’s health chief says

The county's health chief has warned today coronavirus rates are rising among Norfolk’s working population and there are concerns this could pass on to...

Prayers answered for major Minster appeal

Three charitable trusts have helped answer prayers by pledging to contribute the remaining money needed for a major £873,000 restoration and improvements appeal for...

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...

Relief for charity shop boss

Two local businesses have stepped in to help a hardworking charity shop owner whose premises were targeted by fly-tippers and vandals.Emma Brock, who runs The...

Old offices help reduce homelessness

A £500,000 project is underway in King’s Lynn as part of measures to tackle homelessness.The disused offices, owned by West Norfolk Council in Broad...

Joan, 100, to wing-walk

A King’s Lynn woman is set to celebrate her 100th birthday by becoming the oldest person to wing-walk.Joan Phillips, a resident at Goodwins Hall,...

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,...

Game is set to be a winner for Hospice

The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House is rolling the dice with a new fundraiser, hoping its version of a classic game is a real money-spinner.The...

United against rising Covid rates

Community leaders have made a united call for lockdown rules to be followed amid rising Covid figures in West Norfolk.The police, borough council, Queen...