Hundreds of people joined the annual march of Remembrance in Hunstanton on Sunday, organised by Simon Matthews of the Royal British Legion Hunstanton Branch, including representatives of many local organisations including the Town Council, RNLI, Coastguard, Fire Service, Rotary International, Inner Wheel, Round Table and Ladies Circle.
The King’s Lynn charity joined 18 brave bereaved children for the Remembrance Sunday Cenotaph March in London yesterday (Sunday 11 November).
Gin drinkers in Norfolk may now have the chance to concoct their own beverage as plans for a new gin distillery have been put to the public.
During a rather wet day, much fun was had at Hunstanton Library by those who came to hear the story of Guy Fawkes and craft some indoor friendly fireworks in preparation to celebrate Bonfire Night.
Custom build company LivedIN are working in collaboration with architects Project Orange. AREA landscape architects have gained permission for the self-build venture and have already sold 50 per cent of the plots.
Representatives from West Norfolk Council, Norfolk County Council, Hemingway Design and The Design Partnership were on hand today (7th November) at the Town Hall to answer burning questions and unveil proposed plans for the regeneration of Hunstanton seafront and the development of residential and commercial builds elsewhere in the town.
Representatives from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn were given a cheque for £8,000 to be donated to the Central Delivery Suite (CDS) Bereavement Fund at Mintlyn Crematorium on Wednesday 6 November.
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