Gift shop opened by charity in King’s Lynn

November 7, 2018 by  

The Funky Gift Shop in King’s Lynn was opened by a local charity recently.

A centre for individuals affected by [Read more]

Inaugural business week on the way to King’s Lynn

October 11, 2018 by  

King’s Lynn means business next week, in what will be a local first.

Discover King’s Lynn (DKL) is [Read more]

Hospital in King’s Lynn to host career sessions

September 15, 2018 by  

Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in King’s Lynn is to hold clinics on job opportunities. [Read more]

Listed building reopens in King’s Lynn

August 8, 2018 by  

South Gate, a listed building in King’s Lynn, is reopening after an upgrade.

South Gate was constructed during the course of the [Read more]

Fundraising walk to take place in Kings Lynn

July 10, 2018 by  

The Christians Against Poverty (CAP) Kings Lynn Debt Centre is to benefit from a charity walk which will take place on the Sandringham Estate.

The event will assist the centre to [Read more]

A celebration of cycling livens up King’s Lynn

June 8, 2018 by  

A recent Pedal Lynn event promoted cycling in and around King’s Lynn.

Pedal Lynn started bright and early on Sunday 27th May. Promotional products from King’s Lynn can be useful at events in Norfolk. The air ambulance for East Anglia is set to benefit from the profits accumulated via Pedal Lynn which totals over £1,000. Helen Rainbow, the events manager responsible for the occasion, said:

“All too often we don’t appreciate what is right on our doorstep but riding around Lynn and our surrounding countryside is amazing, it’s relatively quiet and so easily accessible.”

A partnership approach made the initiative possible. West Norfolk Council, the local cycling club and the bike store Pedal Revolution all made a big contribution to the day. Hundreds of individuals were tempted to take part.

Riders of diverse abilities and ages were able to participate. Different rides started from the market place. The various routes featured stops for food and drink. Families could attempt a short ride, while experienced riders had the opportunity to take on a challenge of 100 miles.

The Tuesday Market Place did not only serve as a starting point for the riders. It was also a focus for coaching sessions and free fun. The people behind the event have begun preparations for it to be held in 2019 because the day was deemed to be such a triumph.

Community cinema launches season in King’s Lynn

May 9, 2018 by  

King’s Lynn Community Cinema Club (KLCCC) has planned to screen eight movies.

The KLCCC will start its film season with a showing of [Read more]

Family firm opens within King’s Lynn

April 9, 2018 by  

A family-based start-up has recently launched from Hamlin Way in King’s Lynn.

The Shed and Cabin Co is offering its customers a wide range of storage solutions. Some of these are [Read more]

Lovell gains from contracts in King’s Lynn

March 10, 2018 by  

The progress of housebuilding company Lovell in the King’s Lynn area has been boosted by the relationship between the firm and the council.

Lovell employs around 120 workers within East Anglia. Simon Medler, a regional manager at Lovell, told [Read more]

Firm based in King’s Lynn wins award

February 8, 2018 by  

JD Cooling Systems was recently crowned Contractor of the Year at a major awards ceremony.

JD Cooling Systems was not the only Norfolk-based heating system company to do well on the occasion. Leaflets from King’s Lynn can be used to highlight successes achieved by local enterprises. The head office of JD Cooling Systems is situated in King’s Lynn and the managing director of the business, John Dye, was quoted in the Eastern Daily Press:

“It has taken a long time to reach this stage and we have not lost sight that success is a journey, not a destination.”

The National ARC and Heat Pump awards have raised the profile of JD Cooling Systems, but Finn Geotherm also fared really well. This organisation is located within the market town of Attleborough. Finn Geotherm secured recognition for a home-based project within Breckland District Council. However, the domestic air source accolade was not the only success of the business. Finn Geotherm received a commendation in a non-domestic category.

A commercial director at Finn Geotherm, Guy Ransom, explained how pleased he was that his outfit had been rewarded with a project of the year prize. For Ransom, the commendation was also recognition to be welcomed with enthusiasm.

JD Cooling Systems outperformed Sure Solutions and RS Air Conditioning to win its prize. Finn Geotherm was ranked above Panasonic and Matrix Energy Systems & Viessmann.

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