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King’s Lynn author recalls haunting journey in Black Dog

Author Simon Corbin from Lynn is launching a book based on one of his haunting experiences on the A149.

Arts
Kristina Rhinaoff with Christopher Maloney (left) and Robin Windsor in Dance To The Music.

Review: Dance to the Music at Lynn Corn Exchange entertains and gives a history lesson too

An almost packed audience was treated to some ‘Strictly’ glamour last night at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange where favourites from the BBC hit Kristina Rihanoff and Robin Windsor took the lead in a journey of dance down the ages.

Music
GEORDIE SOUL: Newcastle jazz singer-songwriter Zoe Gilby will be performing with her quartet at Long Sutton Market House on Saturday, December 16, at 7.30pm.  Photo by Adrian Tilbrook.

CONCERT PREVIEW: Invitation to hear Geordie jazz queen in Long Sutton

Newcastle jazz singer Zoe Gilby, described by British saxaphone legend Courtney Pine as someone who “deserves wider recognition”, is coming to Long Sutton next weekend.

Music
Jazz Castle Acre

Jazz night ends Castle Acre fundraising year

Castle Acre Village Hall will be hosting a live fundraising jazz concert next Friday, November 24.

Music
Graphics are awesome as you can see with this modelling of Dave Batista

Console Corner: WWE 2K18 review

Gargantuan and addictive.

Lifestyle
Middletons Streakhouse at Bridge Street. EMN-170109-133028009

FIRST LOOK: Inside Peterborough’s £1m Middletons Steakhouse & Grill

The latest addition to the city centre eating out scene opens its doors on September 8, but the Peterborough Telegraph got an early look at what diners can expect.

Whats on
Melvin Benn launching his ReBalance plans with Lande Hekt from punk rock band Muncie Girls, PRS Foundation chief executive Vanessa Reed and Lucy Wood, also from Festival Republic.

VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

Girl power got a helping hand today when one of the world's biggest music promoters launched an initiative in to encourage more female UK led bands, solo acts and sound engineers.

Whats on
Wimblington Summer Gardening Show
left to right front Gilda Bellard, Shirley Morrisey, Liz Wright, Julie Dent

left to right front Andy Thomas and Maureen Davis

Winners galore at Wimblington Show

The village of Wimblington hosted its annual show at the parish hall on Sunday.

News
Wisbech church fountain flows once more following repairs

Wisbech church fountain flows once more following repairs

A new fountain is flowing in Wisbech’s St Peter’s Church gardens, replacing the one destroyed by vandals in May.

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Wisbech fire crews give safety message through films

Wisbech fire crews give safety message through films

Firefighters in Wisbech have teamed up with a town charity group to help deliver vital safety messages to some of the area’s most vulnerable residents.

News
The Royal Norfolk Show Norwich Thursday June 30th 2016
Clive Delamore from Terrington St Clement with his British Whites, also in pic Angela Hamilton

Thousands set to flock to Royal Norfolk Show

It’s show time in Norfolk next week as the biggest event on the county calendar goes live on Wednesday and Thursday with two full days of action and entertainment.

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Wisbech and Fenland Museum. Wisbech, exterior shots and sign

£94k lottery grant to help secure future of Wisbech Museum

Managers of the Wisbech Museum have moved a step closer to securing the museum’s long-term future after they were awarded a vital Lottery grant.

News
IN FEET FIRST: Kat Brittain and her band are performing at  Mind Aid at Alive Corn Exchange, King's Lynn, on Saturday, June 24, and then at Festival Too, also in King's Lynn, on Friday, July 14.  Photo by Jon Seymour.

ALBUM REVIEW: Rich rewards for a northern soul singer who chose to ‘jump in feet first’

I Can and I Will, Kat Brittain, Self-Released, Out Now

Music
Outwell Raft race

Festival fun in Outwell

Residents in Outwell enjoyed a scorching bank holiday weekend as the village hosted its annual festival.

News
Tydd St Mary community hall, Rectory Road, Tydd St Mary
Fundraisers outside nearly completed hall - Carl Wilson, Daniel Monaghan, Mark Benton, Allen Smith, Robin Howes, John Ley

Charity rally revs up in Tydd St Mary

Families flocked to Tydd St Mary community hall for a car rally which raised a record sum of more than £4,080.

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Surfleet Seas End acoustic singer-songwriter Tommy Loose's second album, Carrying the Unfixable.  Artwork by Nik Gernert.

ALBUM REVIEW: Getting it all out of your system and onto disc

Carrying The Unfixable, Tommy Loose, Self-Released, Out Now

Music
Copyright: HRH The Duchess of Cambridge

Princess Charlotte turns two at Anmer

Princess Charlotte, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, celebrated her second birthday on Tuesday and this charming picture taken by her mother at their Anmer Hall home last month was released to mark it.

News
The Georgia Shackleton Trio are (from left) Nic Zuppardi (mandolin), Georgia Shackleton (fiddle/lead vocalist) and Aaren Bennett (guitar).  Photo by JAMES DE ARA TORRES.

ALBUM REVIEW Traditional folk makes room for true bluegrass

The Dog That Would Not Be Washed

The Georgia Shackleton Trio

Self-Released, Out Now

Music
Joshua McGuire and Daniel Radcliffe in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, beamed live from London's Old Vic Theatre as part of the NT Live series.  Photo: New World Pictures.

THEATRE REVIEW: The matter of life and death for two right characters

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

National Theatre Live

South Holland Centre, Spalding

Theatre and Comedy
The Georgia Shackleton Trio, Nic Zuppardi (vocals and mandolin), Georgia Shackleton (vocals and fiddle) and Aaren Bennett (vocals and guitar) at The Old Ship Inn, London Road, Long Sutton.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  SG160417-200TW.

MUSIC PROFILE: The Georgia Shackleton Trio explore new country sounds

An ancestor of one of the British Isles’s greatest explorers and two sensational “sultans of string” gave The Old Ship Inn, Long Sutton, a pub reopening to remember on Easter Day.

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