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Make sure you get the Lynn News app in lockdown

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As we all enter another national lockdown it has never been more important or easier to keep up to date with the latest news from your community.

A digital subscription to the Lynn News allows you to read a full digital version of the newspaper on your mobile phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.

You will also get access to the IM News app, with the latest local and regional news, sport, business and leisure listings as well as national headlines from the Press Association and daily interactive crossword and sudoku puzzles.

Subscribing is quick and easy, simply visit www.subsaver.co.uk

Plus, you will currently get your first month free when you subscribe or take out a gift subscription.


Those who buy a subscription as a gift will be emailed a gift certificate together with a unique subscriber number along with details of how the recipient can access their newspaper online and download the IM News app on the device of their choice.

Mark Leslie, editor of the Lynn News, said: “The Lynn News team will continue to ensure the newspaper is on your regular shop shelves each and every week, keeping you informed.

“But if you can’t, or would prefer not to head to the shops at this time, you can still get your local newspaper in full by taking out our digital subscription.”

You can subscribe in just a few clicks today. Take out a digital subscription by visiting www.subsaver.co.uk



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