The inclusion of two Fakenham junctions on a list of the county council’s top 10 accident blackspots has prompted renewed calls for roundabouts to be installed.
The deputy manager of a nursery in Fakenham has said that an arson attack on a storage container has destroyed thousands of pounds worth of toys and equipment.
The temporary closure of a major road into Fakenham has been rescheduled after an angry response from businesses.
A height restriction has been removed from a popular car park in Fakenham to allow larger vehicles such as buses and coaches to park closer to the town centre.
A council grant of £12,000 has enabled Fakenham’s 2534 Air Squadron to buy a range of adventure training equipment which includes extreme weather camping equipment.
Plans to close a main road into Fakenham are being revised after outcry from businesses and the town council who said it would cause serious harm to Christmas trade.
A new poppy shop has opened in Fakenham to coincide with the launch of this year’s annual poppy appeal.
The Mayors of Fakenham and Dereham have expressed concerns over proposals to overhaul policing across the county, which they say could lead to officers being detached from the communities they serve.
A pub in Fakenham has reopened after undergoing an extensive renovation, which has seen the bar area be completely refurbished and a brand new sports viewing facility installed.
Police are calling for witnesses after arsonists caused criminal damage in two Fakenham parks and vandals damaged the town’s Air Cadet building.
Public outcry over plans to sell a popular car park has convinced some councillors that the proposal may be misguided.
Plans to close a busy road in Fakenham in the middle of December have been met with fury from local business owners, with one calling it “disastrous”.
A poppy shop is set to open in Fakenham at the end of October, coinciding with the launch of the annual poppy appeal.
Fakenham town councillors have raised objections to a planning application for a new two storey retail unit in the centre of the town.
Councillors from the North Norfolk District Council are expected to attend Fakenham’s upcoming town council meeting to provide an update on the proposed sale of Highfield Road car park.
A new CCTV camera is to be installed in Fakenham, near to St Peter’s Gardens, in an effort to combat growing reports of low level crimes in the area.
Fakenham’s mayor has accused the district council of making false claims to justify the sale of a town car park, which he argues is an important amenity used by workers, shoppers, tourists and residents.
A meeting is to be held in Fakenham to address what the town Mayor sees as a number of inaccuracies in a district council document regarding the sale of a town car park.
People in Fakenham are being given the opportunity to have their say over council plans to sell one of the town’s car parks in order to make way for a new homes.
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