Thousands of pounds of Government money is on its way to West Norfolk from a fund to help the area recover from the pandemic.
A total of £325,500 will go on the borough council’s Net Zero scheme to look at ways of making the area greener.
This will help fund a study to reduce both the use of conventional engines and the emissions that creates, and also find ways to create more community energy schemes.
King’s Lynn Business Improvement District will also benefit from a £500,000 project to boost growth after Covid and help the High Street area with various schemes including digital and media skills training for businesses, offering businesses the chance to learn new skills, creating a platform to push local products, and providing in-work support for employees to retrain.
In total, Norfolk got £6.5m to share among 14 projects across the whole county.