Social Media

The council is using a number of social media channels to help us communicate with residents. This page details our social media accounts and gives a brief overview of how they work for people who are new to these sites.

 

What is Twitter?

 

Twitter is a free online service which lets you keep in touch with people or organisations that you decide to "follow". Twitter works on the basis of people sending short messages know as "tweets" and everyone who follows your tweets will see your update.  

 

We currently operate two Twitter accounts covering some of the different services we provide:

 

Follow WestNorfolkBC on Twitter
Follow KLTIWorks on Twitter

 

To follow our tweets, simply sign up for a free Twitter account (if you don't already have one) and follow the links above. Just press the "Follow" tab to receive the latest updates from the chosen account.

 

We will monitor and endeavour to respond to requests (where appropriate) made via Twitter, but if your enquiry is urgent, please see our Contact Us pages for alternative ways of getting in contact.

 

What is Facebook?

 

Facebook is a free online service that allows you to keep in contact with friends or organisations and share information such as photos, news stories and website links.

 

Two popular venues operated by Alive Leisure have a presence on Facebook:

 

King's Lynn Corn Exchange on Facebook
Lynnsport on Facebook

 

To get all the latest updates from the King's Lynn Corn Exchange on Facebook, simply register for a Facebook account, follow the link above and press "Like"

 

What is YouTube?

 

YouTube is a video sharing website on which users can view, upload and share videos. You do not need an account to be able to view videos, but creating a free account enables you to comment on our videos.

 

Also, by subscribing to our YouTube channel you will receive updates whenever a new video is placed online, as well as being able to share these videos with your family and friends.

 

West Norfolk Borough Council on YouTube

 

Last updated: 17 March 2015
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