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Bernard Keane at work

But you’ve got to admire any octogenarian who turns up and pitches in with manual labour for Peterborough Internal Waterways Association clearing the banks of the Horseway arm of the Forty Foot.

One development is John F Kennedy Court. There is black mould in some of the flats and Roddons do not want to know but it is all right for a young lady and her children to pay Roddons £100 per week for sub standard housing.

I have read with interest and a little envy, the good news about the huge expansion plans for Wisbech and the creation of a ‘development corporation’ for the town.

The silence is deafening. In vain I have looked for the past two to three weeks for any reference to the Sainsbury’s debacle.

Row2Recovery

A Wisbech man and former Irish guardsman who lost a limb in Afghanistan seven years ago, is celebrating after being part of the first all-amputee team to row the Atlantic.

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Friday, February 5, 2016
One of the Chatteris Town golas against Royston Town A. Picture: CHATTERIS TOWN TWITTER.

The recent departure of in-form striker Craig Gillies to King’s Lynn Town Reserves has left Chatteris Town in a spot of bother as to who could replace his goal-scoring exploits. So what next for the Lilies?

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Thursday, February 4, 2016
The Elvis Years.

The Elvis Years will rock ‘n’ roll it’s way to the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange this weekend.

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Thursday, February 4, 2016
Queen Elizabeth II meets nurses Sarah Wallis and Daniela Reynolds (right) during a visit to The Norfolk Hospice at Hillington, near King's Lynn. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday February 4, 2016.  The Queen met patients, trustees, volunteers and medical professionals working at the hospice, which has been serving its local community - close to her Sandringham Estate - for over 30 years. See PA story ROYAL Hospice. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

The Queen has met patients and bereaved relatives as she visited The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, that has recently only opened a new £3.4 million facility at Hillington near Kings Lynn.

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