King’s Lynn work experience leads to dream job for Hannah

A two-week work experience placement on a housing regeneration programme in King’s Lynn has resulted in a dream job in construction for 20-year-old Hannah Hewitt from Friday Bridge, near Wisbech. Hannah has just joined East Anglia affordable housing developer and regeneration specialist Lovell as a management trainee. Hannah secured the role after impressing the firm […]

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Get healthy with free summer walks programme

With the bluebells out and spring rapidly heading into summer, Fit Together have launched their programme of free summer walks and they are hoping that beginners will take that first step to join them. Walking co-ordinator at the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Jackie Squires explained: “Walking works. It’s a great way […]

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Bus station to close for 5 days

King’s Lynn Bus station is to close for 5 days while resurfacing takes place. Contractors and operators have agreed that the best option is to close the bus station to vehicles for a five-day period and resurface the whole area in one go. Not only will this reduce the overall length of time that bus […]

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VIDEO ~ Creative Studios at the College of West Anglia

Creative studios, situated within the College of West Anglia campus in King’s Lynn, is the home of Springboard TV. The music and TV recording studios offer cutting edge industry standard facilities for students training for a career in the visual and performing arts. The studios will play host to the national heat for the Worldskills […]

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Hunstanton receives Blue Flag and Seaside Award

The news that Hunstanton’s main beach has received a coveted Blue Flag Award has been greeted with much delight in the resort. Blue Flag and Seaside Awards are given by Keep Britain Tidy and are awarded to beaches that meet the very highest standards of cleanliness and provide excellent information and facilities. Cllr Nick Daubney, […]

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PICTURES ~ Hansa Festival

All Photos: John Beck

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VIDEO ~ Kamper Kogge arrives in Lynn

The Dutch vessel Kamper Kogge arrives at the pontoons on Thursday afternoon, ready for the Hanseatic Festival Weekend. Cameraman: Alan Taylor Shearer for King’s Lynn Online Produced in association with Dutch website kampenonline.com

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Kamper Kogge arrives

The replica 14th-century Hanseatic trading ship Kamper Kogge, has arrived in King’s Lynn from it’s home city of Kampen in the Netherlands. The historic ship moored at the pontoons on the South Quay as part of the Hanseatic Festival, which takes place on the 16th and 17th May. The Mayor of King’s Lynn and West […]

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Hanse Festival Weekend 2015

King’s Lynn’s rich and colourful Hanseatic heritage will come to life this weekend, 16 & 17 May, as the streets are filled with medieval characters, fire breathers and knights on horses. A food and drink market, BBQ and specially created cocktails will all tempt the tastebuds, whilst you take in the town’s historic backdrop. The […]

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Borough Election Results 2015

Conservatives retain control of Council Final Result: Conservatives 50, Labour 10 Independents 2 (Those Elected are shown in BOLD) Old Gaywood Graham Middleton (CON) 338, Gary Howman (LAB) 278, John Corden (UKIP) 239, Rachel Lawson (GREEN) 141 North Wootton Greville Howard (CON) 796, Rosalie Costin (UKIP) 320, Deborah Holman (LAB) 294 Walpole Richard Blunt (CON) […]

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ELECTION RESULTS 2015 – North West Norfolk

2015 RESULT Henry Bellingham (Conservative) 24,727 Jo Rust (Labour) 10,779

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Amazing Hungarian ceramics on display

An amazing collection of post-war Hungarian ceramics went on display at the King’s Lynn Art’s Centre this week. Over 400 hundred objects from the Graham Cooley Collection are spread over no less than four galleries. We were lucky enough to go along to the launch last week, where Graham gave a fascinating introductory talk about […]

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VIDEO: Drone detector to safeguard planes

New radar technology being used on the Norfolk coast will enable drones to be detected more easily.

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Kamper Kogge sets sail for Lynn ~ Video

The replica 14th-century Hanseatic trading ship Kamper Kogge, has set sail for King’s Lynn from it’s home city of Kampen in the Netherlands. The historic ship is set to arrive in Lynn on Thursday May 14th, and will be moored at the pontoons on the South Quay as part of the Hanseatic Festival, which takes […]

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North West Norfolk – Election 2015

2015 Candidates Henry Bellingham (Conservative) Toby Coke (UK Independence Party) Hugh Lanham (Liberal Democrat) Jo Rust (Labour) Michael de Whalley (Green) • The Conservatives won the North West Norfolk constituency at the 2010 General Election with a majority of nearly 15,000 votes. • It’s the safest of the nine seats in the county. • Conservative […]

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Umbrellas galore at GEAR 10k

It was a case of ‘umbrellas at the ready’ for the large crowd of people who braved the rain to come and support the 10th running of the Grand East Anglian Run on Sunday. In spite of the downpour, there was a great atmosphere, with Alastair Watson from Nottingham bagging this year’s men’s trophy in […]

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