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Gaywood, Fairstead & Reffley

Welcome to the Gaywood, Fairstead & Reffley Safer Neighbourhood page. This section contains useful information about your neighbourhood.

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Neighbourhood priorities

  • Reducing the amount of disruption caused by inconsiderate parking in the vicinity of the hospital.
  • Tackling traffic issues around King George V Avenue.
Mark Askham

Inspector Mark Askham

In addition to the beat managers and engagement officers, every Safer Neighbourhood has a Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) to investigate the crimes in your area.

We are listening to your concerns and working with our partners to improve the quality of life in your neighbourhood.

How to contact us

Every Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) area is covered by SNT patrol officers who will respond to calls for service 24 hours a day, investigate crimes in the area and work with their beat managers and engagement officers to deliver local priorities.

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Key facts

  • The Gaywood, Fairstead and Reffley (GFR) neighbourhood lies on the eastern suburbs of King’s Lynn in West Norfolk. It is a densely populated area with an increasingly diverse community including a sizeable Portuguese and Eastern European population.
  • The three distinct residential areas each have their own community centres with local shops and other amenities. Gaywood in particular has a busy retail area including some major supermarkets.
  • The neighbourhood houses the College of West Anglia, King’s Lynn’s three high schools and a number of primary schools. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the acute hospital serving West Norfolk, South Lincolnshire and North East Cambridgeshire, is also located within the area.

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