To celebrate Heritage Week, the Hunstanton Civic Society organised tours around Hunstanton’s landmarks that are richly steeped in the town’s history, chiefly Hunstanton Hall, where access into the courtyard is only granted once a year.
To celebrate Heritage Week, the Hunstanton Civic Society opened the doors and organised tours around Hunstanton’s landmarks that are richly steeped in the town’s history. Of course, Hunstanton Lighthouse made the cut.
On 29th July by decree The President of the Republic of France appointed 98 year old Leonard Potter to the rank of Chevalier (Knight) in the Ordre national de la Légion d'Honneur.
The fifth annual Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival is taking place this October. This year the festival is being hosted by the Coastal Treasures project which aims to promote sustainable tourism and open-up new ways to explore the rich heritage of West Norfolk.
A windy morning on Tuesday 17th September saw two seal pups released onto Hunstanton beach after spending three months in rehabilitation at SEA LIFE Hunstanton.
The recycling point has been introduced after animal charity nationally received 3,274 reports of animals affected by litter.
As the school year gets underway at Smithdon High School, newly appointed headteacher John Hirst speaks to Town and Around about his background in education and his vision for the school.
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