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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

Month: May 2021

109 Results / Page 1 of 13

Local News

King’s Lynn police reveal nine bank holiday arrests

Police in Lynn arrested nine people on Sunday night in relation to incidents of assault and disorderly behaviour.A post on the King's Lynn Police Twitter feed today said that a woman had to be subdued using an incapacitant spray.The post said she was detained on suspicion of assaulting officers.Police news (47672210) This news brought to you by the Lynn News, local and trusted, download the Lynn News app

todayMay 31, 2021 1

Local News

Young Linnets fanatic is mascot for final game of season

As one Gashy departs, another one steps forward – meet the lucky youngster who walked out behind his footballing hero at The Walks on the afternoon he played his final game for the club.Linnets super fan Callum Lloyd, 8, was mascot for King's Lynn Town's last match of their National League campaign against Aldershot Town after being invited to the club by striker Michael Gash via a video on Twitter.Gash […]

todayMay 30, 2021 1

Local News

King’s Lynn man dumped car in bid to avoid police, court told

A Lynn man who tried to run from police officers after traffic offences was quickly caught.Mark Rix, 29, dumped the Ford Fiesta in Winston Churchill Drive in Fairstead after being followed from Southgate Street in the town centre.He only had a provisional licence but had been spotted driving unsupervised at about 11.30am on March 25.King's Lynn Magistrates' Court (47414893)Police in an unmarked vehicle called for back-up to stop Rix, who […]

todayMay 29, 2021

Local News

King’s Lynn hospital chairman warns of ‘critical phase’ in rebuild campaign

The fight to secure a new hospital for West Norfolk is entering "a critical phase", according to a senior official.Pressure for urgent Government action has grown in recent weeks, as the number of steel props being used to hold up the roof of the existing Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Lynn continues to rise.Papers to be presented to the hospital's board next week describe the potential risk to patients, staff and […]

todayMay 29, 2021

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