Latest King's Lynn news stories

Pupils at Ashwicken Primary School got the chance to try their hand at brick laying, as part of the on going building of the new school - A drawing of the new school. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Ashwicken youngsters become bricklayers, as part of their new £2.5m school building project

Youngsters wearing hard hats at a west Norfolk school have been learning how to become bricklayers, as part of a £2.5m building project.

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Paul Richards. Picture: Ian Burt

What should be done with this eyesore building in King’s Lynn?

Calls are being made for an eyesore building in the heart of King’s Lynn’s historic quarter to be brought back into use.

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West Norfolk Borough Council long service awards presentation. At the front is mayor Barry Ayres with Keith Fox. Picture: Ian Burt

Long serving West Norfolk Council staff honoured

Forty-five staff with a total of 550 years service with West Norfolk Council between them have received long service awards.

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The Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt (left), made a visit to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn, with NWN MP Henry Bellingham (centre), with them talking to Director of Nursing Catherine Morgan. Picture: Matthew Usher.

King’s Lynn hospital’s progress impresses Health Secretary on visit

A west Norfolk hospital that was placed in special measures 18 months ago is making progress and patients should be encouraged by the commitment of its staff and management, health secretary Jeremy Hunt said today.

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Talking Heads, Priory Court, North Wootton. Picture: Ian Burt

Post office to move less than a mile away

A new modern main-style post office branch with longer opening hours will soon be opening in South Wootton, near King’s Lynn.

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