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Play areas, outdoor gyms and parkour still closed

Play areas, outdoor gyms and parkour still closed

The council is issuing a plea to local residents not to remove signs or tape from play areas as the Government guidance is still that they should remain closed.

06 June 2020

Bishop of Lynn announces retirement

Bishop of Lynn announces retirement

The Rt Revd Jonathan Meyrick has announced that he will retire from his post as Suffragan Bishop of Lynn on 25 January 2021.

04 June 2020

Gardens at Sandringham opening this weekend

Gardens at Sandringham opening this weekend

Sandringham Estate is re-opening the gardens to the public and staggering arrival times.

02 June 2020

Hunstanton in Bloom Competition Time

Hunstanton in Bloom Competition Time

The In Bloom committee have devised a competition with cash prizes.

01 June 2020

Simon goes the extra mile

Simon goes the extra mile

Carer Simon Boston has been going the extra mile for his service users in a bid to make a big difference to their lives during the most severe pandemic to affect this country in living memory.

01 June 2020

Rising to the challenge

Rising to the challenge

Twenty years ago Elly and Stevie Chalmers took over the business of Bircham Windmill.

27 May 2020

Coastguard and Lifeboat Volunteers rescue 19 people at Scolt Head

Coastguard and Lifeboat Volunteers rescue 19 people at Scolt Head

The Coastguard and Lifeboat teams were called out to several separate incidents on arguably the coast's busiest day of the year so far.

26 May 2020

Andrew Jamieson joins Town Council

Andrew Jamieson joins Town Council

Norfolk County Councillor and Cabinet Member for Finance joins Hunstanton Town Council.

26 May 2020

Government urges public to make a difference and join the police

Government urges public to make a difference and join the police

The government’s campaign to recruit an additional 20,000 police officers enters a new phase today with a clear message: make your difference.

20 May 2020

Borough Council cuts priority car parking for key workers

Borough Council cuts priority car parking for key workers

As more workers return to the workplace over the coming weeks, the priority car parking for key town centre workers is being phased out.

18 May 2020

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