A campaign has been launched to create a fitting finale for a wonderful lady of the sea.
The 'Lydia Eva' is the last surviving steam herring drifter in the world and is currently anchored to the quay in Great Yarmouth.
An appeal has been started to repair her so she can be back to sea next year. Among those working on her is the great great grandson of the first ever skipper.
The Lydia Eva was built in 1930 in King's Lynn but fished out of Yarmouth. At that time there were scores of boats in and out of Lowestoft and Yarmouth where the herring industry was vital to the local economy.
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Students from the College of West Anglia in King's Lynn are heading to Holland today to show off their new eco car.
They were challenged to build a car that will go the furthest on one litre of fuel. They'll battle against 3000 students from across Europe.
"We hope to double the miles per hour we got last year and we're hoping that the changes that we made will allow us to do that. So new body work, new engine system, hopefully that will all add up to the goal we're aiming for"
The writer of a light-hearted newspaper column about West Norfolk says she is giving up because she is disillusioned with the town she once loved.
Diane Lines says she has been the victim of intimidation and anti-social behaviour in King's Lynn.
Her weekly column, Between the Lines, started off a whimsical look at the lives and traditions of townsfolk, but she says things have changed since she first moved here ten years ago.
I've had all sorts of altercations with people in the street, in our lovely park here, about what I call generally anti-social behaviour.
Spitting, urinating, rubbish, swearing, all sorts of things which to me are a red rag to a bull. I didn't anticipate any response.
I've had a bit of a mixed response, some supporting me, others saying I'm miserable and should get a life.
Norfolk police are appealing for information after a 19-year-old woman was sexually assaulted while walking in King's Lynn in the early hours of Monday 4th May.
Police say the woman was in the Hillington Square area of the town at around 3am when she was approached by a man who pulled her to the floor and assaulted her.
The woman managed to struggle free and has given police a description of her attacker.
- 5ft 10in tall
- Slim build
- Wearing a blue hooded top
- Dark trousers
- And white trainers
Police think the man may have left Kudos nightclub and walked through the town with another man before approaching the woman in Hillington Square.
After the assault the man walked along London Road towards the Southgates.
Anyone with information should contact Norfolk police on the 101 number or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a hedgehog was seen being kicked about a sports ground by a group of youths.
The incident happened on Saturday 18th April at Lynnsport in King's Lynn. A member of the public saw two boys and three girls, aged around around 13 or 14, kicking the live animal around the grass behind a skateboard shed.
The hedgehog was rescued by the passer-by, and taken to the RSPCA’s East Winch Wildlife Centre nearby, where he is currently being cared for.
There is absolutely no excuse for treating a live animal in this callous way - just kicking him around as if it were sport.
The RSPCA says the hedgehog remains "quite poorly" with injuries to its left side, but they hope it will make a good recovery. where he was kicked.
Police searching for a missing 80-year-old woman from Norfolk say they have found a body.
Officers believe it is that of Margaret Bodger, who was reported missing having last been seen at her home address on Lady Jane Grey Road in King's Lynn on Sunday.
Police were called at about 3pm today to reports of a body in the River Ouse near High Road in the town.
The death is being treated as unexplained.
Officers are appealing for information after a woman and her dog were attacked by another dog in Norfolk.
It happened at about 11.30am on Thursday April 9.
The victim was walking her dog along Wesley Road in North Wootton, near King's Lynn, when a loose dog approached her and jumped up. She suffered an injury to her hand.
The dog, described as a black terrier/mongrel wearing a blue collar, continued to jump up at the woman before also attacking her dog.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault in King's Lynn in which a 16-year-old boy suffered a broken jaw.
The boy was walking with two other people in Tennyson Avenue towards The Walks at around 10.30pm on Friday 3 April when they became involved in an altercation with a group of up to six men believed to be aged in their 20’s.
One of the men from the group, described as white and with a beard, pushed the victim before hitting him a number of times.
The victim received treatment for a broken jaw.
A robber who boasted on Facebook about plans to raid a supermarket in King's Lynn in Norfolk will be sentenced today
Andrew Hennells, who is 31 and from Gaywood, posted the comment before being caught with a knife and over £400 pounds in stolen cash.
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