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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

Month: December 2020

131 Results / Page 2 of 15

Local News

Covid-19 vaccinations begin at Lynn hospital

The fight against coronavirus continues as the vaccine has arrived at Lynn's hospital today to help contain the disease.Patients aged 80 and above, care home workers and vulnerable staff will receive the first vaccinations at the site.The vaccinations will take place in the Inspire Centre at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, with a range of Covid-19 safety measures in place, including cleaning, disinfecting and social distancing in waiting areas.All NHS employers […]

todayDecember 30, 2020 17

Local News

Rector moves on to new challenge after serving community for over four years

After four-and-a-half-years serving the community at a West Norfolk church, a team rector is moving on to take up a new opportunity.Rev Julie Boyd and her husband Matthew, of St Faith’s Church in Gaywood, will be moving to Aylsham in Norfolk after an online farewell service took place this week.Originally from Windsor in Berkshire, Rev Boyd moved to Norfolk in 2005. Residing in Snettisham, she was ordained in 2012, before […]

todayDecember 29, 2020 8

Local News

King’s Lynn hospital issues appointments plea

Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital has pleaded for patients to attend appointments as normal, despite the current coronavirus restrictions.Officials at the Gayton Road site say they have noticed an increase in the number of people that are not attending their planned consultations.Although Norfolk is in the toughest tier four restrictions, parts of the region served by the QEH are not.King's Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital (43674993)A post on the hospital's Twitter account […]

todayDecember 29, 2020 5

Local News

King’s Lynn CAB closed

Lynn’s Citizens Advice office has again been forced to close its doors because of the latest Covid restrictions and Norfolk being placed in Tier 4.The office at Hanse House, on the South Quay, had been due to reopen on Monday, January 4, following the Christmas and New Year break.Although essential shops and services have the option to remain open, Norfolk Citizens Advice has taken the decision to close all its […]

todayDecember 28, 2020 37

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