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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

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    Christians Against Poverty – Kings Lynn Francis Boekee

Month: February 2021

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Local News

King’s Lynn woman ‘crashed car into railings while three times over alcohol limit’, court told

A Lynn woman has been banned from the roads for two excess alcohol matters.Police responded to reports of a woman seen drinking in a Ford Focus in St Faith’s Drive, Gaywood.Magistrates in Lynn were told on Thursday that Sonia Jordan, 53, was found in the car along with a bottle of vodka.The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. (2417257)She was arrested and gave a reading […]

todayFebruary 28, 2021 10

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Linnets hoping to find a solution to complete season after Weymouth draw

National League King's Lynn Town 2 Weymouth 2 King's Lynn Town and Weymouth went toe-to-toe as the spoils were shared in an entertaining National League encounter at The Walks – as the Linnets continue to find a possible solution to completing the rest of the campaign.The game was expected to be Lynn's last game of the current campaign, but it is widely believed that a possible contingency plan is being […]

todayFebruary 27, 2021 9

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Coronavirus: Three new deaths recorded at King’s Lynn hospital

Three more patients have died after testing positive for coronavirus at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.New figures today show the latest fatalities occurred on Wednesday and Thursday of this week.The overall death toll at the Gayton Road site now stands at 460. There have been 74 deaths so far this month.Queen Elizabeth HospitalKing's Lynn. (43541953)This news brought to you by the Lynn News, local and trusted, download the Lynn News app

todayFebruary 27, 2021 4

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Lynn care company is praised for its hard work

A domiciliary care company in Lynn that gave its staff a £200 bonus has been praised for the care and support it gave a man’s father-in-law before and during the pandemic.The good work by the family-run Care Company, based down Norfolk Street, has been highlighted by Castle Rising resident David Mills, whose father-in-law Clive Bailey passed away last September, aged 91.Care workers and the NHS have been at the frontline […]

todayFebruary 27, 2021 6

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Anonymous donor makes substantial donation to King’s Lynn Town survival fund

King's Lynn Town Football Club officials have today announced another big donation towards their survival fight.Earlier this week, the Walks outfit launched a new fundraising initiative to secure its future, after the National League voted to continue its season despite matches being played in empty grounds.The appeal has already raised at least £11,000, including a substantial contribution made by the family of late Norwich City supporter, Barrie Greaves.The Walks stadium […]

todayFebruary 26, 2021 10

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King’s Lynn man caught drink-driving on customised bike powered by chainsaw engine, magistrates told

A customised bike with a chainsaw engine, which was bought on Facebook Marketplace, led to a drink-drive conviction for a Lynn man.Viktor Vangravs, 38, was almost twice the alcohol limit when he was stopped by police in the town’s pedestrianised Broad Street.Prosecutor Kate Draper told Lynn Magistrates’ Court yesterday: “They have seen that the bike had a custom-fitted petrol engine and speedometer and therefore this fitted the description of a […]

todayFebruary 26, 2021 9

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Coronavirus: Patient dies at King’s Lynn hospital

Another coronavirus-related death has been recorded at Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital today.The case, which occurred on Tuesday, is the 457th fatality at the Gayton Road site since the start of the pandemic.And 71 patients have now died in February alone, according to figures from NHS England.Ambulances outside the QEH at Kings Lynn. (43930722)But separate figures suggest the rate of Covid-19 infection in West Norfolk is now down to its lowest […]

todayFebruary 26, 2021 13

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King’s Lynn rogue trader ‘had to admit offences’, says county council chief

A rogue trader from Lynn, who was yesterday jailed for defrauding customers, had "no choice" but to admit his guilt because of the case against him, council leaders claimed.Wesley Theobald, 30, of Seathwaite Road, was given a three-year prison term at Lynn's Crown Court yesterday after admitting fraud and actual bodily harm.And now, Norfolk County Council has released images of the state one house was left in by Theobald.This was […]

todayFebruary 26, 2021 15

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