Stuart Anderson email@example.com ‘He will be desperately missed’ - family pay tribute after fatal industrial incident Yesterday, 15:34 Stuart Anderson The family of a man who was killed in an industrial incident at a skip hire yard have paid tribute to him. Slimmers encouraged to bag up their too-big clothes for cancer charity Yesterday, 09:00 Stuart Anderson Slimmers are being encouraged to clean out their wardrobes of clothes that no longer fit as part of a fundraiser aiming to raise £3 million for Cancer Research UK. Warning on rogue traders selling power tools and generators Yesterday, 08:35 Stuart Anderson Police have put out a renewed warning against rogue traders after reports of unknown persons trying to sell generators and power tools from vans at residents’ doorsteps. Video: Line-up announced for this year’s Wymondham Music Festival Sunday, May 21, 2017 Stuart Anderson Music is set to once again fill Wymondham’s streets and venues as the town gears up for its 22nd annual music festival. Charity shop set to open in market town’s former Post Office Friday, May 19, 2017 Stuart Anderson The former Post Office branch in Attleborough is to be turned into a charity shop. Agricultural group celebrates after charity cup win at Carrow Road Friday, May 19, 2017 Stuart Anderson Agricultural purchasing group Anglia Farmers is celebrating after their football team won the hallowed Boswell Cup in the final of a seven-a-side tournament. New book opens up a world of nursing Friday, May 19, 2017 STUART ANDERSON The library at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) has welcomed a new addition to its shelves - edited by one of the hospital’s own members of staff. Video: Pirate radio favourite to ride the waves again as Ofcom grants licence Friday, May 19, 2017 Stuart Anderson It was part of a ground-breaking movement that changed the way we listen to music. Love flourishes for couple after loss of partners - thanks to a bus Friday, May 19, 2017 Stuart Anderson Their story has involved heartache, loss, mutual support, and a bus that holds a special place in their hearts. Farmer hit by fly-tippers five times in two weeks Friday, May 19, 2017 Stuart Anderson Imagine having fly-tippers dump a tonne of rubbish on your land - not just once but five times within the space of two weeks. Firm’s staff to walk coastline in final challenge in three-year charity push Friday, May 19, 2017 Stuart Anderson Staff from a Norwich-based accountancy firm are gearing up for a 30-mile trek along the north Norfolk coast - in just 12 hours. Man sought by police after racial abuse incident in city Thursday, May 18, 2017 Stuart Anderson A man in his mid-20s is being sought by police in relation to a racist abuse incident in Norwich. New Post Office to open in Norwich city centre Thursday, May 18, 2017 Stuart Anderson A new Post Office branch is set to open inside a convenience store in Norwich’s Prince of Wales Road. Man given suspended prison sentence after crash in which three women were injured Thursday, May 18, 2017 Stuart Anderson A 52-year-old man who caused a head-on crash on the A140 at Horsham St Faith has been given a suspended prison sentence. New: Appeal launched to finish dad-of-one’s banger car after death at work Thursday, May 18, 2017 Stuart Anderson Friends and family of a dad-of-one who died in an accident at a skip hire yard have launched an appeal to finish fitting out a banger racing car in his memory. Goalie’s gloves up for grabs at village beer festival Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Stuart Anderson A pair of goal keeping gloves worn by Norwich City legend John Ruddy are among the items up for grabs in a raffle to be held at an upcoming beer festival. Mother celebrates after her shepherd girl namesake is canonised Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Stuart Anderson She was named after a Portuguese shepherd girl who saw the Virgin Mary in a series of visions, 100 years ago. Charter raises hopes of a brighter future for motor neuron disease sufferers Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Stuart Anderson A campaigner whose husband died of motor neurone disease (MND) is looking forward to positive action being taken following a Norfolk County Council decision to ratify an MND Charter. ‘They give good advice’ - befriender scheme builds bridges between generations Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Stuart Anderson Loneliness has become such a problem among our elderly residents that many report going for weeks on end without a conversation with friends or family. Updated: ‘He was so loved by all he came across’: Tributes paid to father-of-one who died in incident at Besthorpe skip hire firm Wednesday, May 17, 2017 stuart anderson “He would go out of his way to help anyone” - that is what friends have said in tribute to James Criddle, who sadly died in an industrial incident on Monday. Appeal made for driver who failed to stop after collision with cyclist Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Stuart Anderson A driver failed to stop after a collision with a cyclist during a cycling club time trial near Attleborough.