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Public invited to share why they Love West Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 12:30 12 March 2018

Hunstanton beach pictures. 
PHOTO: IAN BURT

Hunstanton beach pictures. PHOTO: IAN BURT

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People in West Norfolk are being invited to share why they love West Norfolk at three events taking place across the district.

The annual St Winnold's parade makes its way through the streets of Downham Market. Pictured at the front are (L) Kate Farr and Elise Howard with Suffolk Punch, Bernard. Picture: Ian BurtThe annual St Winnold's parade makes its way through the streets of Downham Market. Pictured at the front are (L) Kate Farr and Elise Howard with Suffolk Punch, Bernard. Picture: Ian Burt

Love West Norfolk campaign organisers are working with Downham Market Town Council, Hunstanton Town Council and the Vancouver Centre in King’s Lynn to find out what it is that makes West Norfolk so special to people.

To coincide with St Winnold’s Parade, organisers will be in the market place in Downham Market on Friday, March 16, 9.30am – 11.30am.

A spokesman from Downham Market Town Council said: “Whilst we celebrate over 970 years of markets in Downham Market it is great to see this initiative focused on supporting and promoting the area.”

On Tuesday, March 27, 2pm – 4pm there will be opportunities for people to share why they love West Norfolk in Hunstanton, with further details to be announced on social media.

On Thursday, March 29, 1pm – 3pm, KL.FM will be in the Vancouver Centre in King’s Lynn to find out why people love West Norfolk.


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