Councillors will today decide whether to install average speed cameras on the A149 between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton.

A woman was rescued from the sea as passers-by saw her enter the water.

Average speed cameras look set to installed along part of Norfolk’s coast road, while the speed limit could be reduced to 50mph through part of the Queen’s Norfolk estate.

An 18-year-old could face jail for smashing car windows and possessing a knife.

A man arrested for drink driving had been dealt with for possession of cannabis by the same police officer just 24 hours earlier.

A motorist found to be almost twice over the drink drive limit was among offenders stopped by police based in Hunstanton.

An independent school where teaching, management and early years provision are “outstanding” has been warned that it must improve after “serious failings”.

More acid barrels have been washed up by the tide on a Norfolk beach.

A chip shop owner has been ordered to pay fines and costs of more than £48,000 for breaching food hygiene regulations.

A shrine built by Polish soldiers who defended our shores has been restored.

Average speed cameras could still be installed on the A149 between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton.

Work on a crossing to serve a new housing estate has been postponed.

JD Wetherspoon says it has no plans to open a pub in Hunstanton.

A shrine has been restored in memory of Polish troops who helped defend Norfolk from the threat of invasion.

Police are appealing for information after thieves targeted homes in a coastal village.

Five people were towed to safey after their cabin cruiser broke down on a fishing trip.

Scottish singer Barbara Dickson OBE chats to Louisa Baldwin about her new full band tour and love of the Norfolk coast.

A dentist’s practice is set to close, forcing thousands of patients to find a new surgery.

A fruit farm is staging its 66th apple day on Sunday.

A residential home has been rated inadequate by the care watchdog.

Plans to demolish a former print works and build flats on the site look set to get the go-ahead today.

Hunstanton RNLI sailed home to victory in the resort’s Searles Soapbox Derby today.

After last years Hallowe’en murder mystery event success, the Strange Fascination Theatre bring another evening full of terrifying horror to Hunstanton.

Plans to demolish a former print works and build flats on the site look set to get the go-ahead.

The Searles Soap Box Derby has been postponed until Sunday, September 30.

The soap box derby comes rolling into Hunstanton this weekend.

Parts of Hunstanton prom will be closed off for repairs from Monday.

A Norfolk-based photographer is stepping into the light by publishing his first book after suffering from mental health issues.

Spot the difference between a crowded prom at Hunstanton in 1973 and today’s seafront..?

It used to be the biggest thing to hit the seaside all summer - and now it’s set to hit the road again.

Lord Peter Melchett passed away peacefully at his beloved Norfolk farm on Wednesday night.

It’s only a matter of time before another drowning happens on Brancaster Beach.

Sucking on a two pence piece will not defeat the breathalyser.

It was a busy day for RNLI teams on the north Norfolk coast, with two call-outs within 75 minutes of each other.

Residents and organisations in West Norfolk will have the opportunity to show they Love West Norfolk as new plans for phase two of the campaign are announced.

The Hunstanton RNLI has been praised on social media after rescuing three teenage girls who were struggling against the tide off the north Norfolk coast.

Crowds flocked to an allotment club’s annual open day, as produce and plots went on show.

Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision which happened at Hunstanton yesterday afternoon.

A woman in her 30s has been questioned and released without charge in connection with an attack on a church.

Worshippers will today gather in a boarded-up church.

Police are investigating what appears to be an attack on a church.

More than 20 people turned out to launch the EDP’s Big Coast Clean Up.

Our big coastal clean-up gets under way this weekend.

A sea life sanctuary is on course to rescue a record number of seal pups this year.

Experts at Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary say this is what to do if you find what appears to be an abandoned seal pup.

Retired marine engineer Bill Cooper, from Hunstanton, feared he had incurable Parkinson’s disease.

A Parkinson’s disease sufferer is walking Norfolk’s coastline to raise funds for research and raise awareness of the condition.

The Hunstanton Soap Box Derby becomes the Searles Soap Box Derby as Searles Leisure Resort is announced as the main event sponsor.

Police arrested two suspected shoplifters andd recovered goods including spirits and designer clothing.

A whale has been sighted off Hunstanton this afternoon.

A sign which has been confusing visitors in Hunstanton is set to be moved.

Sunseekers are being warned to check tide times and not venture out onto sandbanks after a lifeeboat was called out four times over a single weekend.

Britain in Bloom judges have been casting their eye over two East Anglian towns who are hopeful of success in this year’s contest.

A new parlour has brought a taste of Italy to Sunny Hunny.

A survey starts next week to see how Hunstanton’s southern seafront could be redeveloped.

Health chiefs are warning people to wear sunscreen after nearly 60 people needed treatment for sunburn in West Norfolk last year.

A common seal pup discovered among the rocks at Brancaster beach in north Norfolk is recovering well.

Hunstanton Town Council has welcomed a bid to breathe new life into the resort’s southern seafront.

An 84-year-old man has been left devastated after thieves stole his beloved collection of cage birds.

Two men were arrested for shouting abuse outside a police station.

Congestion on the A149 needs to be dealt with before a revamp of Hunstanton’s southern seafront to boost tourism in the town.

A popular colourful charity fun run will be coming to Hunstanton this year.

A tiny patch of land has become the centre of a major village row - with a landowner and parish council at loggerheads over who owns it.

A seal which was found with a discarded air filter wrapped around his neck has been released after being nursed back to health.

People in West Norfolk are being urged to support hard working doctors and nurses over the Bank Holiday Weekend.

This idyllic late Georgian residence overlooking the sea, for sale for £895,000, is believed to have been the Bishop of Norwich’s country retreat as well as an army base during the war.

Police have released CCTV images of two women following a baby milk theft at a Tesco store.

Three people were arrested on suspicion of drug offences after police raided a property in Hunstanton.

The first painted ceramic tiles have been laid today on the newly-refurbished toilet block in Hunstanton’s Heritage Gardens.

For many of us, bad weather is a minor annoyance – but for tourism businesses too much of it can mean the difference between managing or foundering.

The danger posed to marine animals by discarded waste plastic has been illustrated by a rescued juvenile grey seal displaying some unusual behaviour.

A popular bus service along the Norfolk coast is being extended by its new operator from today.

A flood alert has been issued for part of the Norfolk coast.

The discovery of Seahenge is being celebrated 20 years after the Bronze Age timber circle was uncovered by the tides on a Norfolk beach.

Two women have been arrested for drug offences in two seaside resorts.

A Royal Air Force bomb disposal team carried out a controlled explosion in Hunstanton.

A second drop-in public consultation event about the Hunstanton Coastal Management Plan is being held on Monday, April 9.

The Norfolk Coast has been a nationally protected area for 50 years, and today sees the launch of a series of exciting events to mark the occasion.

Penguins in a seaside attraction have been showing off their new home.

There’s plenty to do in West Norfolk over Easter.

Revised charges at a group of West Norfolk leisure centres go live from Monday.

Dersingham vicar Mark Capron is swapping the church aisle for the catwalk of the M & Co Charity Fashion Show.

Proposals to improve public access along a 37-mile stretch of Norfolk coast have been published.

North West Norfolk MP Sir Henry Bellingham helped lay the building blocks of McCarthy and Stone’s forthcoming retirement development in Hunstanton.

Penguins at a sea life centre are getting a bigger home as their colony grows.

Just days after the departure of the Beast from the East, ponds are stirring with a sure sign Spring’s on its way.

The mystery objects which washed up on a Norfolk beach turned out to be the remains of ancient trees.

Dog owners are being urged to keep their pets under control after a deer was savagely attacked at a nature reserve.

A bomb disposal unit has been despatched to Holme to investigate an unexploded device on the beach.

Drivers on the A149 between King’s Lynn and Hunstanton will be monitored by average speed cameras.

A couple whose young daughter’s underwear was stolen by a man who went on to attempt to abduct a child said he should not have been allowed to walk free from court.

Video Police rescue woman from freezing sea

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Police went into the sea to rescue a woman from the water.

Video Heavy snowfall in West Norfolk

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

There was heavy snowfall in West Norfolk overnight, with more forecast for today.

A new one-way system could be brought into force on residential streets in Hunstanton.

Friends of the Hunstanton Heritage Gardens are reconvening after a short break.

A village which lost one in six of its young men to the First World War is pledging to remember them all.

We’re drowning in a sea of plastic and we need to act now to stop it, says Lesley Grahame.

A driver faces a trip to see the beak after being pulled over near the bird reserve at Titchwell.

Serious flooding like the 2013 storm surge which devastated Norfolk’s coastline are set to become more frequent, scientists warn.

A colony of leaf-cutter ants have received what is believed to be the world’s smallest Valentine’s Day card.

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