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On your May/June edition you'll find Sandringham House on the cover to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty very soon, and details of the momentous celebrations taking place on the west Norfolk royal estate.

Along with features with other regal connections, including a history of the appropriately-named Queen Street in King's Lynn, a look at the special place swans have earned in local and royal history, and the refurbishment of St Mary at Amner. A church situated in a beautiful part of west Norfolk that made headlines around the world when it was revealed to be the new home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

May's Highlights

A stunning street with extraordinary tales to tell

With its wealth of magnificent historic buildings, Queen Street in King’s Lynn is a truly …

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Admiring the ravishing rulers of our rivers

Mighty, magnificent and not to be messed with, mute swans are some of the best-loved birds in …

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It’s time to celebrate caring and dedication

Courageous, compassionate and committed, nurses play a valuable role in our ever-changing world - …

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From East Gate to rubble and to rebirth

It once guarded the eastern approach to the centre of King’s Lynn, but the last remains of the …

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Cricket at Holkham Hall: a spectacular innings

The backdrop of Holkham Hall is the most idyllic of settings for one of the summer’s most iconic …

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Bringing 600 years of history back to life

With the recent completion of a major project to restore and refurbish its nave screen, the …

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