Anti-Muslim graffiti being removed from the wall of the Queen’s Arms The president of West Norfolk Islamic Association is hoping to build bridges after community centre plans were passed. Azam Gabbair said he was “overwhelmed” with West Norfolk Council’s decision to approve … Continue reading
ITV Anglia News has covered the controversy over the proposed conversion of a disused pub in King’s Lynn into an Islamic community centre. They interview Stephen Tweed of the British Freedom Party who has been campaigning against the centre.
A King’s Lynn man has appeared in court today (Thursday) accused of daubing racist graffiti on a building earmarked to become an Islamic community centre. Michael Curtis, of Pleasant Court, is charged with writing racially aggravated comments on the former Queen’s Arms … Continue reading
On-line objections to a proposed Islamic community centre in Lynn are being vetted for racist or inflammatory content. One objector contacted the Lynn News after his comments about an application to change the use of a former pub in London Road were … Continue reading
Anti-Muslim graffiti being removed from the wall of the Queen’s Arms Racially motivated graffiti has been daubed on a former Lynn pub which could become an Islamic community centre if plans are approved. Police have arrested a 34-year-old Lynn man … Continue reading
The first prayers have been held at a Lynn pub which was taken over by West Norfolk Islamic Association earlier this year for future use as a community centre. After a complete makeover inside, and with plans for an upcoming … Continue reading
Lynn News has published an update on the controversy over the proposed conversion of a disused King’s Lynn pub into an Islamic community centre. They interview Stephen Tweed of the British Freedom Party who has been organising a campaign against the development. Tweed … Continue reading
KING’S LYNN — Hundreds of objections have been made to a proposed Islamic community centre. West Norfolk planning committee is on Monday due to consider an application for the centre to open in Lynn’s former Queen’s Arms pub.