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  • Regeneration Panel review Victorian refurbishment options

    Regeneration Panel review Victorian refurbishment options

    28th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Hunstanton members of the Borough Council’s Regeneration Panel met at the Butterfly Shelters in the town on Wednesday morning to review the street and green furniture and put forward proposals for the Town’s Victorian refurbishment in The Green area.

  • Connecting Hunstanton to King’s Lynn

    Connecting Hunstanton to King’s Lynn

    28th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    At Hunstanton’s Heritage Centre on Wednesday afternoon an initial scoping meeting took place to look at potential alternatives to the A149 route joining Hunstanton and King’s Lynn.

  • Boxes opened for Children’s Society

    Boxes opened for Children’s Society

    28th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Contributing towards the £2 million raised each year for the Children’s Society through the collection box scheme, parishioners at St Edmund’s Church Hunstanton held their annual coffee and counting morning on Saturday.

  • Poppy Appeal launch in Hunstanton

    Poppy Appeal launch in Hunstanton

    28th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Remembering the fallen at the annual launch of the Poppy Appeal in Hunstanton with an Act of Remembrance at the cemetery on Saturday morning at 11am, veterans were joined by 1st Hunstanton Brownies and members of the local community.

  • Working together for the foodbank

    Working together for the foodbank

    22nd October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Volunteers meet each weekend to weigh-in and record donations, sort food and re-stock the shelves at Hunstanton’s Foodbank, and on Saturday morning they were joined by King’s Lynn Foodbank’s administrator Tracy Hutton who visited to update volunteers on Trussel Trust activities.

  • Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony

    Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony

    16th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Amongst over fifty graduates from the west of the county at the inaugural Apprentice Award Ceremony at the Corn Exchange on Tuesday (14th), Cllr Richard Bird congratulated three from his North Coast Division. He said: “I really believe in the apprentice scheme and believe that more schools should be highlighting the opportunities for apprenticeships alongside the university options. The graduates I met today have been learning while earning, and are starting their careers debt-free and with confidence.”

  • Paul Harris Award presented at Rotary Charter night

    Paul Harris Award presented at Rotary Charter night

    13th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    Hunstanton Rotary Club’s Charter Night on 8th October included distinguished guests including the Area Governor elect Dorothy Pulsford-Harris and the President of Hunstanton’s mother club John Harrison from King’s Lynn Priory who said: “Hunstanton has a record of fundraising that is second to none with two major events each year producing vital funds for projects at home and abroad.”

  • Cheque Presentation for East Anglian Air Ambulance

    Cheque Presentation for East Anglian Air Ambulance

    13th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    The Jane Ashley-Emile Dance Studio produced their school show ‘What’s in a Name?’ at The Princess Theatre, Hunstanton on 5th July 2014, raising a magnificent £2164.50 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

  • First Bark Up! attracts over 100 dogs

    First Bark Up! attracts over 100 dogs

    7th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    A pawsome day was had by all on Sunday (5th) at the Barking Bugle’s social event especially for dogs.

  • Coastal care homes unite to tackle dementia challenge

    Coastal care homes unite to tackle dementia challenge

    7th October 2014 - The following article is reproduced by kind permission of Town and Around

    With one in three of the over 75’s expected to develop dementia, a new support group was launched in Hunstanton at the weekend. Health professionals, carers, sufferers and service providers came together at St Edmund’s Church Hall in Hunstanton for the first meeting of CALM (Caring, Advising, Listening, Mentoring).

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