Silo turns purple

Silo turns purple

  Pic: Jak Ropa Today is the United Nations’ International Day of Disabled Persons, and to mark the day, the Silo in King’s Lynn was lit up in purple. Pic: Jak Ropa The illumination happened this evening between 5 & 6pm thanks to ABP Ports who...
Breaking News from the Walks

Breaking News from the Walks

  King’s Lynn Town FC can confirm that following a number of meetings and discussions over the past few days between club chairman Stephen Cleeve and the manager Ian Culverhouse, that a mutual agreement has been reached for Ian Culverhouse to leave his role as...
Latest from Thoresby Avenue

Latest from Thoresby Avenue

Detectives investigating the death of a woman in King’s Lynn have confirmed that the incident is not being treated as suspicious. Officers launched an investigation after the body of a woman was found in a property on Thoresby Avenue, King’s Lynn on Tuesday (23...
A boot load of cash for RNLI

A boot load of cash for RNLI

You are never too young to raise money to help save lives off the coast. Just ask 11-year-old James Dye who has handed over £300 for the Wells Lifeboat. Every year, he collects donations in an old yellow wellie at Silverline Marine in Brundall which is owned by his...
The Channel Challenge

The Channel Challenge

A King’s Lynn schoolgirl is taking on a charity challenge to say thank you to St John Ambulance. Elodie Blackmore, nine, from St Martha’s Catholic Primary is going to run 21 miles which is the equivalent of Dover to Calais aiming to complete the challenge by the...