Twenty-one children from Sandringham and West Newton VA Primary School became bakers for the day on 12th June during a visit to Hunstanton.
Wowing the crowds at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show with their Taj Mahal inspired Copper gazebo. Local family business The Iron Garden Win Gold at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show. However, it was the Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy that really caught the eye of international media and celebrities.
Walking into the Great Pavilion Tuesday morning our stomachs were in knots. Approaching our collaborative stand we could see the award and as we got closer, we soon realised we had won a Gold… The 9 months preparation, early morning meetings, labour intensive production schedule and being awake most of the night before had paid off and it was all worth it.
Elected unopposed by her fellow Hunstanton Town Councillors on Friday 18th May, Amanda Bosworth became Mayor of the Town just a year and a half after joining the council.
Known as the Friendly Festival and organised by the Rollason Stage School the event is in its second year as an independent festival. Dancers from 1st Academy of Dance, the Centre Stage Theatre Academy, Josie Clarke Academy of Dance and Acrobatics, Just Dance, the Rebecca Steer School of Dance and the Rollason Stage School competed across all dance disciplines and for the first time a vocal only section was included.
Snettisham Parish Council has submitted a proposed neighbourhood plan for Snettisham to the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk. It is intended to help shape development in the parish. It would be used by the borough council alongside its own plans, to inform decisions on planning applications in the parish.
Hunstanton Sea Eagles Swimming Club became the Hunstanton hub of the West Norfolk Swimming Club (WNSC) on May 1st benefiting its swimmers with top class coaching and competition.
The family-run team behind The Iron Garden based in Shernborne will be supporting King’s Lynn based Taal-Rasa-Bhava Dance Academy by taking a group of its students to this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show in May to perform classical Indian dance routines on their topically themed garden exhibit for national press and broadcasters to see.
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