Andrew Papworth Editor south and west Norfolk email@example.com @andrew_papworth Sheep stuck on ledge over river with 20ft drop saved by rescuers Yesterday, 16:43 Andrew Papworth A sheep who got stuck on ledge under a road bridge 20ft over a river had a lucky escape after rescuers flocked to save him. Simon Thomas up for celebrity dad of the year after coping with grief of wife’s death Yesterday, 08:01 Andrew Papworth Former Sky Sports presenter Simon Thomas has been nominated for celebrity dad of the year after dealing with the heartbreak of the death of his wife and mother of their eight-year-old son. Moped seized after rider warned for second time about standard of driving Sunday, May 20, 2018 Andrew Papworth A moped was seized after the rider was given a second warning over driving standards. Three cannabis factories found in one afternoon in King’s Lynn Sunday, May 20, 2018 Andrew Papworth A trio of cannabis factories were discovered in King’s Lynn in the space of an afternoon, police have revealed. Vandals who let down tyres on police car prevent officers from reaching seriously injured person Sunday, May 20, 2018 Andrew Papworth Police were unable to help a seriously injured person - because vandals let down the tyres on a marked car while officers patrolled a village on foot. The EDP says... Bank closures must not short-change our most vulnerable Saturday, May 19, 2018 Andrew Papworth Not so long ago, transferring money or paying a bill would have meant a trip to the bank. Temperatures fall below freezing...in May! But are set to rise to 20C today Saturday, May 19, 2018 Andrew Papworth They say the British weather varies dramatically from one day to the next. RAF Marham fighter jet may one day be able to release drones during missions Thursday, May 17, 2018 Andrew Papworth British pilots flying the F-35 stealth fighter from RAF Marham jet may one day be able to operate and release drones during missions, it has been suggested. Community-spirited dad puts bunting up around his village to celebrate Royal wedding Wednesday, May 16, 2018 Andrew Papworth With excitement over the Royal wedding building, Jay Hensley couldn’t resist doing something to try and get the rest of his village in the mood. Video: We’ll miss you! Sadness as squadrons bid emotional final farewell to RAF Lakenheath Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Andrew Papworth The launch of a military Pave Hawk helicopter into the skies is always a stunning sight to behold. New outdoor exercise equipment could be installed in village Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Andrew Papworth Outdoor exercise equipment is to be installed near to a village hall to help boost people’s health and fitness. Brave girl donates hair to charity which makes wigs for children Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Andrew Papworth A brave 12-year-old has donated her hair to a charity which makes wigs for children who have lost their own hair. Disgruntled Betfred ex-worker threw sweets at former colleague Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Andrew Papworth A disgruntled former employee of a betting shop who threatened and threw sweets at an ex-colleague has been given a community order. Grandmother given ‘strong words of advice’ after leaving child unattended whilst shopping in Aldi Tuesday, May 15, 2018 Andrew Papworth A grandmother who left her grandson unattended in a car while she went shopping in Aldi has been given “very strong words of advice” by police. Wish list of 39 cycle and footpath upgrades revealed Monday, May 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth A wish list of 39 cycle and footpath upgrades needed to improve access in and around Thetford has been unveiled. Your chance to raise crime issues at police meeting Monday, May 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth People will be able to have their say about crime issues in Brandon at a public meeting with the area’s top police officer. Norfolk’s largest school chain ‘getting its act together’ - but still not good enough, say inspectors Monday, May 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth Norfolk’s largest group of schools is “getting its act together” - but does still not have high enough standards, inspectors have said. Large sections of A47 to be closed for road repairs Monday, May 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth Motorists have been told to expect delays while a series of road repairs are carried out along the A47 around King’s Lynn and Wisbech. Who are the wealthiest people in East Anglia? Rich list reveals region’s largest fortunes Monday, May 14, 2018 Andrew Papworth The owner of one of the region’s largest estates has continued to grow his and his family’s fortune to put him on the cusp of breaking into East Anglia’s exclusive billionaire bracket. City beer festival set to be ‘biggest, beeriest’ yet Sunday, May 13, 2018 Andrew Papworth Norwich’s popular City of Ale beer festival is set to be the “biggest, beeriest” yet when it is launched later this month, organisers have said. Car with bald tyres on wet and slippery roads stopped by police Sunday, May 13, 2018 Andrew Papworth A car with four under 20-year-olds inside was stopped on wet and slippery roads with bald front tyres.