David Bale Reporter email@example.com @DBaleReporter Roys of Wroxham extension plans to include new cafe/restaurant approved Yesterday, 16:03 David Bale It’s synonymous with north Norfolk and the Broads and Roys of Wroxham is now set to expand after plans were approved at a district council meeting. Social landlord takes the lead in bringing together Norfolk dog owners Yesterday, 15:45 David Bale Dog owners are urged to take part in a series of free community walks with their pets in North Walsham and Cromer to help socialise their mutts and meet like-minded people. Temporary site at Bacton Gas Terminals approved, despite objections Yesterday, 14:50 David Bale A new contractors’ site compound will be set up south of the Bacton Gas Terminals while asset management and maintenance work is carried out over a two-year period. Equestrian plans refused due to effect on Norfolk listed building Yesterday, 14:08 David Bale Plans for an equestrian business in north norfolk were refused despite the applicant claiming it would create two jobs and boost the economy. More than 100 people attend launch of Cromer church’s family film club Yesterday, 11:31 David Bale Families can get together for a monthly treat at a new film club launched by Cromer Church in the seaside town. Kelling Hospital chaplain takes ‘early retirement’ aged 96 Wed, 15:43 David Bale A north Norfolk hospital chaplain has taken “early retirement” at the age of 96. Education leaders offered chance to improve language skills for worse-off pupils Wed, 12:00 David Bale Education leaders in Norfolk can learn how schools are using a new programme to improve literacy skills among disadvantaged pupils at an open day organised through Oxford University Press. Amateur radio group helps girl guides go international Wed, 10:19 David Bale Eight members of a north Norfolk-based amateur radio group have been teaching girl guides how to contact colleagues around the world as part of Thinking on The Air Day. Norfolk celebrates the bicentenary of the death of Humphry Repton Mon, 12:28 David Bale Visitors are urged to book early for a host of events celebrating the bicentenary of the death of Humphry Repton, one of Britain’s greatest landscape gardeners, who is buried in Aylsham. Can you help Norfolk football club repair storm damage? Mon, 11:03 David Bale A Norfolk football club has set up a crowdfunding page to raise £5,000 to repair the damage caused by recent storms. Video: Drone footage reveals extent of North Walsham blaze as business vows to bounce back Mon, 10:45 David Bale Fire investigators begin work today to establish the cause of a huge blaze that tore through a warehouse at an industrial estate in North Walsham. Motorists still in hospital after crash on B1149 near a Norfolk village Friday, February 16, 2018 David Bale Two motorists remain in hospital after yesterday’s multiple car crash on the B1149 near Corpusty, police said. Further tests confirm earlier findings about dog deaths on north Norfolk beaches Friday, February 16, 2018 David Bale Further tests have confirmed earlier findings that dogs died or became sick on north Norfolk beaches over the New Year period because of a neurotoxin found in shellfish. Norfolk community café recognised for its work tackling loneliness Friday, February 16, 2018 David Bale Loneliness is one of the main problems facing people in rural north Norfolk and a community café in Holt has won recognition for the work it does in tackling the problem in the community. Shock result at North Norfolk District Council- Lib Dems gain Worstead ward from the Conservatives Friday, February 16, 2018 David Bale More misery has been heaped on the Conservative group at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) with the Liberal Democrats celebrating a landslide victory at a by-election. Fitness centre plans for old post office in Aylsham considered Thursday, February 15, 2018 David Bale The old post office in Aylsham could be turned into a fitness centre. Council threat to stop maintenance of historic Aylsham church clock Thursday, February 15, 2018 David Bale A Norfolk council could stop funding the maintenance of an historic church clock, which was installed in Victorian times. Wind farm consultation dubbed ‘cosmetic’ - but energy firm says went beyond what was required Thursday, February 15, 2018 David Bale A public consultation for a huge wind farm has been dubbed “cosmetic” by a community group - but the energy firm behind it insists it went beyond what was required. Norfolk MP joins fight to tackle mental health terminology being misused, despite growing awareness Thursday, February 15, 2018 David Bale North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb has backed a campaign to stop words such as schizo and psychotic being used outside of their mental health context. Comedian Jim Davidson riles Cromer locals after ‘welcome to hell’ rant following pier gig Tuesday, February 13, 2018 David Bale Comedian Jim Davidson has risked the wrath of people in Cromer after a Facebook rant following his performances at the town’s pier last weekend. Norfolk couple shot in 2015’s Tunisian terrorist attack won’t return for holiday Tuesday, February 13, 2018 David Bale A Norfolk couple who were shot in the Tunisian terror attack three years ago said they would never go back there on holiday, as tour operator Thomas Cook resumed flights to the country.