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'Working in West Norfolk' campaign on track to bring brightest talent to the region

A screen shot of the working in west Norfolk front page.

Published: Thursday, 16th June 2016

‘Come and work in West Norfolk’ is the theme of a new campaign arriving on London to King’s Lynn trains.

The campaign will direct potential candidates to which aims to attract new talent to work in the area. Advertising will get underway on 20 June on Great Northern trains.

Vacancies on the website are updated regularly, with positions advertised at some of West Norfolk’s most recognisable employers.

The website also offers information for any prospective applicants regarding health, education, housing and transport links around West Norfolk. Visitors to the website are able to view films of employees from the region sharing their experience of living and working in the area.

The scheme is being run by a partnership of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk, Freebridge Community Housing, West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group, The College of West Anglia and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn who are all striving to bring the best talent and ideas to West Norfolk.

Ray Harding, Chief Executive of the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk said: “We are delighted with the Working in West Norfolk website showcasing the range of opportunities the partners have available and hope that with the launch of this advertising campaign, we can continue to highlight the fantastic opportunities in our region.

“It’s time we raised our voices much louder when it comes to selling the benefits of our region to those outside West Norfolk.”

Tony Hall, Chief Executive of Freebridge Community Housing said:  “In the coming months and years I know that will offer a huge boost to the organisations, and attract people to our fantastic region.”

“Our part of the world has a wealth of opportunities and this new campaign can spread that message to a much wider audience.”


Visit for information on available vacancies within the partner organisations, guidance on completing CVs, case studies of people working in the area and general information on living in West Norfolk.

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