New home delivery service for seniors

A range of nutritious meals and desserts has now become available to Seniors across North West Norfolk. Local food delivery business, Roger Holme Foods, based in East Rudham, will be delivering weekly to households across North West Norfolk, helping those who might find cooking for themselves or getting to the shops difficult. Partner, Richard of [...]

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King’s Lynn parks among the best

Two parks in King’s Lynn have been recognised as being amongst the best in the country by the Green Flag consortium. Tower Gardens and The Walks have been awarded Green Flags this year. In the West Norfolk area, Boston Square and the Esplanade in Hunstanton also received awards.. The Green Flag scheme is operated by [...]

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A Peek at our Week

We enjoyed visiting Julie Parker’s exhibition of quirky illustrations. Her Giggle Exhibition is on the first floor at Hansa House along the quayside until August 23rd. She describes herself as a ‘hugely creative’ person and also writes equally quirky stories and poems. You can find out more about Julie and her work at We [...]

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Amazing lightshow at the Customs House

Visitors to Lynn’s iconic Custom House can see an amazing lightshow projected onto the building every evening for the next few months. The show called ‘Night Sailors’ is the creation of artist Julia Dantonnet, and forms part of the borough council’s two-year Art, Cities and Landscape project with Maison De La Culture in Amiens, France. [...]

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Lifestyles Festival back with a bang !

Extreme sports fans across the country have just eight weeks to go until one of the biggest dates in their 2014 calendars – Hunstanton’s hugely popular Lifestyles Festival which returns this year from 19-21 September after a one-year absence. The free event, staffed by volunteers, draws more than 12,000 festival goers to the West Norfolk [...]

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New World War One mural unveiled

A First World War commemorative community mural was unveiled in the Vancouver Quarter on Tuesday, with shoppers, families and workers in the town being encouraged to stick thousands of poppies onto it. West Norfolk mayor Barry Ayres placed the first poppy on the 10m long mural in front of invited guests, media and members of [...]

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Michael Portillo opens refurbished railway station

Broadcaster Michael Portillo came to King’s Lynn on Tuesday morning to re-open the re-furbished 1950’s style railway station. He said he thought it was very fitting the station was decorated in blue, as it was after all a Royal Station!

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La Grande Fete De Lynn

On Saturday, 19 July 2014, the streets of King’s Lynn will be bursting with activity with a distinctly continental flavour. To celebrate the culmination of the borough council’s two-year Art, Cities and Landscape project with Maison De La Culture in Amiens, France, a day of entertainment has been organised bringing a variety of quintessentially crazy [...]

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Around The world in 80 Dishes is back!

Around The World in 80 Dishes is back for 2014 and arrangements are underway to make this the biggest and best yet. There are some changes to the event this year – the biggest of which is that it will be held outside on the newly refurbished Tuesday Market Place in The Summer – July [...]

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Festival Too ~ more pictures

All photos kindly supplied by Kevin Elfleet

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Review: Contemporary Consort at King’s Lynn Festival

After all the noise and bustle of Festival Too, it made a pleasant change to enjoy the music of the Contemporary Consort quartet, set in the wonderfully dignified setting of the King’s Lynn Town Hall. And it can’t be that often at a concert that two of the composers are sitting in the audience enjoying [...]

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Festival Too ~ More pictures

Photos from the last weekend of Festival Too. All photos by Jo Tidman.

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Festival launches with a fanfare !

listen to ‘King's Lynn Festival Fanfare ’ on Audioboo Members of the award-winning brass band The Fairey Band performed a short fanfare to declare the start of the 64th King’s Lynn Festival on Sunday evening just ahead of their concert at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange. The specially commissioned fanfare celebrates the artistic and cultural [...]

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King’s Lynn Festival 2014 will feature world-famous names

World-famous names will be heading to King’s Lynn this summer to take part in the town’s 64th feast of music and the arts on July 13-26. A programme with wide appeal includes the renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, pianist John Lill, jazz singer Clare Teal with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, and guitarist Craig Ogden with [...]

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Sea Horses on parade

Holkham beach on the north Norfolk coast is now known around the world for its miles of beautiful white sand. The beach is a popular holiday destination with people coming back year after year. Among them, members of the Household Cavalry, who return every summer for a bit of horsing around and a swim in [...]

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Festival Too ~ In pictures

A set of photos which portray some of the atmosphere at Lynn’s Festival Too over the weekend. Top stars such as soul singer Jackie Graham and reggae band Aswad certainly rocked the square! Photos kindly supplied by Kevin Elfleet and Your Local Paper.

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