New discount store advertising for staff

A new discount store is advertising for “store management and hourly paid staff” outside the former Asda store on the St Nicholas Retail Park, off Edward Benefer Way, King’s Lynn. The Home Bargains poster asks applicants to email their CV’s to or post them to T.J. Morris Limited, Axis Business Park, Gillmoss, Liverpool L11 [...]

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Town votes no for BID

A vote amongst businesses in King’s Lynn town centre has resulted in a narrow no for King’s Lynn BID. The 18 month campaign and month long vote saw 54% vote in favor of the Business Improvement District, however the secondary count based on rateable value saw the vote recorded as a no vote. The legislation [...]

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Jesus Christ Superstar!

Members of King's Lynn Operatic and Dramatic Society and been busily rehearsing for their latest production of Jesus Christ Superstar. The ground-breaking and first professionally produced musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice has lost none of its excitement and exuberance. Jesus Christ Superstar, the dramatised version of the last seven days of the [...]

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Old Pilot Cinema ~ Going Going Gone!

From Picture Palace to Pile of Bricks …

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New Borough Mayor announced

Councillor Barry Ayres will be nominated as Mayor and Chairman of the Council for the forthcoming year at the Mayormaking ceremony on Thursday 8 May at King’s Lynn Town Hall. Cllr Ayres has lived in the borough with his wife, Christine, for 27 years and took early retirement in 2006 from Terrington High School, after [...]

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Astronomy meeting is “unmitigated success”

An event organised by the King’s Lynn & District Astronomy Society as part of the nationwide National Astronomy Week, was hailed as an unmitigated success by the Society’s Chairman Mr Richard Last. “We achieved our aims which were to engage the Public with the wonders of the night sky and to excite the imaginations of [...]

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Reduced to rubble – old Pilot Cinema

Less than half of the old Pilot Cinema building was left standing on Friday evening … making way for 25 new homes by the end of the year. More Pictures

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Are you curious about King’s Lynn ?

If you’re curious about King’s Lynn you may be interested in a comprehensive booklet directing you to the most fascinating areas of the town. You can have fun discovering King’s Lynn with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Find answers to clues and match pictures whilst reading stories about our lovely Norfolk [...]

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New rowing club will build its own racing boats

A new club has just been launched in King’s Lynn that will be building and racing boats known as St Ayles skiffs along the Great Ouse. The King’s Lynn Coastal Rowing Club (KLCRC) is a community project with lottery funding to build 2 St Ayles Skiffs with a view to offer boat building experience and [...]

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Local artist Brian Banks revisited at new exhibition

An exhibition illustrating the diverse talents of the late Brian Banks opens next week at the Greyfriars Arts Centre in King’s Lynn. Brian Banks studied at St. Martin’s College of Art in the 1950’s and exhibited widely, including solo exhibitions in Paris and London. Brian, who lived in Hillington, Norfolk, was a member of Greyfriars [...]

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New Farmfoods super store

Farmfoods are opening a new “super store” just yards from their existing store on St Nicholas Retail Park. The new store will be three times larger than the existing store, with more tills and a bigger range of products. Provisional opening date for the new store is Friday 11th April. The existing store will close [...]

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King’s Lynn at War ~ From Zeppelins to Conkers

On Wednesday evening King’s Lynn Town Guides presented the annual Diana Bullock Memorial Lecture at the Town Hall – King’s Lynn at War, From Zeppelins to Conkers. Guest speaker Paul Coleman described how the first Zeppelin raid on Britain took place over East Anglia on the night of 19th January, 1915. The L4 Zeppelin, under [...]

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Solar farm proposed for South Wootton

Push Energy is proposing to build a solar farm on land in South Wootton. Spot Solar Farm would generate 1.2MWp of electricity by using photovoltaic panels that convert sunlight directly into electricity. The proposed solar farm could generate enough clean energy to power approximately 270 homes – with a CO2 saving of 16,500 tonnes over [...]

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Gaywood is Happy !

Staff and children at Gaywood Community Primary School have been working on a secret project over the last few months to produce a Gaywood version of Pharrell Williams’ Happy. The school used their TV equipment and editing suite to put this together and as you can see had great fun making it!

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Demolition of old Pilot Cinema

Workers started to demolish the old Pilot Cinema on John Kennedy Road on Monday morning, making way for 25 new homes by the end of the year. Graham Tinkler ( @GrahamTinkler) tweeted: “I can remember my Mum and Dad taking me to see Cooperman there. Dad moaned the entire way through about uncomfy seats!” Marie [...]

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One to One volunteers wanted

The One to One Project in King’s Lynn and West Norfolk is looking for mentors to work with adults, to offer emotional support and encourage a more fulfilling way of living. If you could give just one hour a week to support someone experiencing mental health problems, contact the One to One Project at Nelson [...]

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