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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

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    Christians Against Poverty – Kings Lynn Francis Boekee

Month: March 2021

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Local News

‘We need to keep our procedures in order. If we don’t, who will?’

A decision on plans to build hundreds of new homes in Gaywood has been delayed this morning, amid claims officials failed to comply with legal requirements over the scheme.West Norfolk councillors were due to consider the borough authority's bid to build 379 homes on land off Parkway.The multi-million pound scheme also includes a new road bridge, linking the area to the Hardwick industrial estate.GV Picture of Land which is being […]

todayMarch 31, 2021 3

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Decision due today on controversial plan for hundreds of new King’s Lynn homes

Councillors will meet later this morning to discuss contentious plans for hundreds of new homes in Gaywood.A special meeting will examine West Norfolk Council's proposals for 379 properties on land off Parkway, Gaywood.Members of the authority's planning committee have been advised to approve the scheme, subject to the completion of legal agreements.GV Picture of Land which is being Proposed for Possible New Housing Development for the Gaywood Area...Land between King's […]

todayMarch 31, 2021 3

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King’s Lynn homeless charity supported by campaign

A gentleman's grooming company has launched a new 'Look Well, Feel Swell' campaign to support a Lynn homeless charity with personal hygiene products.Captain Fawcett Ltd, The Gentleman's Grooming Company, launched the campaign after company founder, Richie Finney's own experiences of sleeping rough.He said: "From personal experience in my somewhat wild youth, I know what it’s like to sleep rough and travel without a known destination. Even with a roof over […]

todayMarch 30, 2021 4

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Explore-a-Book trail unveiled in West Norfolk towns

Officials and artists behind a new book bench trail in West Norfolk say they hope it will raise spirits as businesses re-open after the latest coronavirus lockdown.The Explore-a-book initiative, which covers prominent and historic locations in Lynn, Hunstanton and Downham, was unveiled this week, to coincide with the latest easing of Covid rules.And, with the stay at home order now lifted, it is hoped the trail will encourage people back […]

todayMarch 30, 2021 4

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Lynn residents angry at dilapidated house with overgrown garden

Despairing residents have accused West Norfolk Council of turning a blind eye to the state of a house which has blighted their neighbourhood for nearly 40 years.The saga of 18 Kent Road, Lynn, has been rumbling on since the early 1980s and they say that in spite of a High Court victory, media coverage and endless complaints, nothing has changed.Gordon Dodds has lived in Kent Road for 34 years and […]

todayMarch 29, 2021 5

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Great Ryburgh rape appeal renewed a month on

Detectives investigating the rape of a teenage girl in Great Ryburgh one month ago are renewing their appeals for anyone with information to come forward.On Sunday marked the one-month anniversary following the attack, in which a teenage girl was assaulted by an unknown man. The incident happened at around 3pm in an area of disused rail track off Mill Road.Officers previously released public appeals as well as an e-fit image […]

todayMarch 29, 2021 4

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Linnets owner meets with Ian Culverhouse to discuss plans for next season

Stephen Cleeve says being forced to see out the remainder of the National League season will have a detrimental effect on the club's budget for next season.The King's Lynn Town owner is being forced to take out a loan with Sport England and part company with some of his own personal assets to keep the club afloat with no fans – and very little income – coming through the turnstiles.Cleeve […]

todayMarch 28, 2021 6

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