Over eighty per cent of people in the King’s Lynn area walk at least once per week, with keeping fit the key driver for walking and cycling amongst local people.
Over sixty per cent of 16-25s believe they can fulfil their aspirations in west Norfolk, and a similar amount intend to stay in the area in the next five years.
People are being asked for their views on walking and cycling in King’s Lynn and surrounding villages to inform a plan that will make it easier for those on bike and foot to get around the area.
A public realm action plan is being drawn together to prioritise and co-ordinate projects to make our west Norfolk towns feel safe and to encourage people back into the towns.
West Norfolk is set to get its own School of Nursing thanks to cash from the Government’s Town Deal Accelerated Funding.
Young people are being invited to have their say and help to shape the Town Investment Plan which could bring £25M in funding into King’s Lynn.
Work to develop a plan for King’s Lynn that could bring £25M in funding into the town is moving forward.
Businesses in King’s Lynn town centre are being invited to help to shape plans for the town at a virtual Vision King’s Lynn workshop taking place from 5.30pm – 7pm on Wednesday 9th September.
A multi-million-pound bid that could transform King’s Lynn town centre has been submitted to the Government.
King’s Lynn businesses and local people are being asked to have their say in consultation that will help to inform investment in the town.