RICHARD BIRD

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  • Weeks of A47 travel woe feared over King’s Lynn roadworks

    Weeks of A47 travel woe feared over King’s Lynn roadworks

    30th May 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    West Norfolk could be grinding to a halt during the busy tourist season as eight weeks of roadworks are planned on the A47 outside Lynn, community and business leaders have warned.

  • Labour’s George Nobbs elected Norfolk County Council leader

    Labour’s George Nobbs elected Norfolk County Council leader

    27th May 2014 - the following article is reproduced from EDP24

    Norfolk County Council will continue to have a Labour leader, after a meeting which will lead to a shake-up how the authority makes decisions.

  • May 2014

    Councillor Notes May 2014

    Richard Bird

  • No overall control of Norfolk County Council after big UKIP gains

    No overall control of Norfolk County Council after big UKIP gains

    by Mike Last - 3rd May 2013 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    In an eventful day, Norfolk County Council was left with no political party in overall control as the Conservatives lost seats to the UK Independence Party, Labour and a sole Independent in West Norfolk.

  • ELECTION 2013: Voters go to the polls

    ELECTION 2013: Voters go to the polls

    2nd May 2013 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    Voters are going to the polls today to elect new county councillors to serve their communities.

  • May 2013

    Councillor Notes May 2013

    Richard Bird

  • Top award for top beach in Hunstanton

    Top award for top beach in Hunstanton

    21st May 2009 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    HUNSTANTON has received further recognition for the quality it offers to visitors and residents as a top UK resort.

  • Zero tolerance for boy racers

    Zero tolerance for boy racers

    13th May 2009 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    POLICE have adopted a zero-tolerance policy towards boyracers in Hunstanton following increased reports of "screeching wheels" and "doughnut rings".

  • Heacham: Luke plays a cool hand to win

    Heacham: Luke plays a cool hand to win

    29th May 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    HEACHAM'S Luke "Ringo" Chilvers was anything but poker-faced when he accepted a large silver trophy from Hunstanton Mayor, Richard Bird, as league winner of a Red Tooth Poker competition at Bowlers Bar in the town.

  • Hunstanton church can double flock

    Hunstanton church can double flock

    9th May 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    PARISHIONERS at a Hunstanton church can look forward to some new faces, thanks to a £50,000 extension.

  • Sporting Hunstanton mayor launches new awards

    Sporting Hunstanton mayor launches new awards

    1st May 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    HUNSTANTON Mayor Mr Richard Bird held his reception on Thursday featuring new awards for the Hunstanton Sports Person of the Year.

  • Room for more at Hunstanton church

    Room for more at Hunstanton church

    1st May 2008 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    A HUNSTANTON church is celebrating completing its extension, meaning it can welcome almost triple its current number of worshippers in future.

  • Young people taking the reins of power in Hunstanton

    Young people taking the reins of power in Hunstanton

    18th May 2007 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    At the May meeting of Hunstanton Town Council, Cllr Richard Bird was appointed mayor, and Cllr Christine Earnshaw deputy mayor.

  • Hunstanton notes: May 18, 2007

    Hunstanton notes: May 18, 2007

    18th May 2007 - the following article is reproduced by kind permission of Lynn News

    AS OF last Friday we have a new Mayor of Hunstanton. Richard Bird has succeeded Geoffrey Smith who served for two consecutive years.

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