Month: August 2015

Citizen newspaper calls it a day

The Norfolk Citizen weekly free newspaper has announced it will cease publication immediately. Mark Leslie, editor of the Citizens’ sister publication, the Lynn News, said: “In the multi-media digital age we are reaching huge audiences through our website and the bi-weekly Lynn News. “Our customers and readers have flocked to those platforms in record numbers, …

Heritage Open Day 2015

DOWNLOAD LEAFLET Have a wonderful FREE day out exploring King’s Lynn’s historic buildings. Visit houses, offices, gardens, churches, chapels, interesting cemeteries, towers, tunnels and even a temple not normally open to the public. Look out for special events, colourful reenactors, music, dancing, classic cars and exhibitions. DOWNLOAD LEAFLET

Free family fun in King’s Lynn

King’s Lynn’s first Fairy Tales and Legends event takes place this weekend, including workshops, fun activities and performances. On Sunday 23 August families will be able to enjoy a huge range of free activities at venues across King’s Lynn, including attempting to tame a dragon in the Vancouver Quarter shopping centre, joining in a sign-a-long …

Cold call scam warning

Members of the public are being warned about a potential cold call scam from someone claiming to be from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk. The bogus calls are focussed on ‘investigating an accident’ and the caller is attempting to obtain personal details which they would then use to commit fraud offences. …