An aspiring clown from Heacham has always wanted to join the circus and this week his dream to perform in the Big Top is coming true at the visiting Circus Mondao.
A team of twenty engineers is hard at work in Hunstanton replacing and upgrading the overhead cables.
A campaign that began in 2008 finally come to fruition in Hunstanton on Monday 23rd February as work began on the installation of a crossing on Cromer Road creating a safe passage to the park.
Members of the Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Trefoil Guild that make up the Smithdon and Brothercross District in the Guiding Association met on Sunday 22nd February to mark World Thinking Day.
A non-uniform day at Smithdon School is the latest fundraising effort for the Foodbank organised by the School Council.
Welcoming Her Majesty on 5th February, Chairman of the friendly hobbies club for adults with physical disabilities Marguerite Wright introduced her to President Ann Butler and Vice-Chairman Cyril Critchett.
Visiting the CALM Support Group at St Edmund’s Church Hall on Saturday, Henry Bellingham MP met organiser Debra Sautner from Somerset Villa, Lenny Sayers from Rebecca Court and Andrew Morgan from Healthwatch.
On Saturday Henry Bellingham MP visited the Foodbank in Hunstanton and learned about the work of the Trussell Trust in a rural location.
Braving the weather on Saturday, residents attended the first in a series of Community Lunches at Hunstanton’s Town Hall when soup and sandwiches were on the menu.
Opponents of plans to fund future flood relief work along the West Norfolk coast are putting the area’s defences at risk, council chiefs have claimed.
At Thursday night’s full Borough Council meeting the issue of a new recreational facility for Hunstanton was raised, it is called Golf Football. “What is it?”, asked one of the two Conservative Ward Councillors for Hunstanton, clearly they hadn't an idea.
On Thursday evening the lights went out over the town centre of King’s Lynn. They were out from about 6 until 8pm. The West Norfolk Borough Full Council meeting had to be moved for the first time in recent memory, having assembled as usual in the Town Hall, darkness struck as the pre-meeting briefing about the planning dispute at Lynnsport was being discussed. It was finished in the gloom of emergency lighting.
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