Welcome...
THE COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER FOR 10 NORTH NORFOLK VILLAGES
Bale - Binham - Cockthorpe - Field Dalling - Gunthorpe - Langham
Morston - Saxlingham - Sharrington - Stiffkey
...to Local Lynx, the community newspaper which has been serving 10 North Norfolk villages since 1998.

To view our latest issue, use the reader shown to the right, enabling you to 'turn' the pages, open up to full screen, zoom in and out and navigate Local Lynx no.141.

We hope you enjoy catching up with our news.
Local Lynx is a not-for-profit community newspaper, published bi-monthly by the Local Lynx Support Group.  Copy for publication should be submitted via village representatives.  
Advertising enquiries welcome.

Looking after Local Lynx

Local Lynx is a not-for-profit community paper covering the villages of Bale, Binham, Cockthorpe, Field Dalling, Gunthorpe, Langham, Morston, Saxlingham, Sharrington and Stiffkey. Published every other month, it contains community news as well as news and articles from each of the villages together with details of church services and news from the local school in Langham. Currently distributed to over 1,100 households it has an estimated readership of over 2,000 as well as over 800 readers on-line at www.locallynx.co.uk.

The paper is produced entirely by volunteers with the editor supported by village reps who collate the stories, distributors who pop the paper through each letterbox, proof readers who try to catch the typos, a designer who can add style and of course those that write the interesting articles and news.

Financially the paper is supported by the parish councils and parochial church councils of the villages concerned and by the wonderful local businesses who place their adverts with us. We also have great support from our readers. 

If you like what you read and would like to make a contribution to the running costs of the paper then these can be made by contacting the editor at lynxeditor@pobox.com or by direct bank transfer to: Local Paper a/c 65004288 sort code 09-01-54.

And… thank you for reading Local Lynx.  Ed