Stuart Anderson

Jessica Suter is organising the science day. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Studded with ancient villages and bustling market towns, south Norfolk has plenty to offer. Reporter Stuart Anderson spent a day discovering the hidden gems of the county’s southern reaches.

A man was caught with £50,000 of cocaine at his house - nine days after narrowly avoiding jail for heroin possession, a court heard.

A funk and soul band and an a cappella quintet will provide the beat for the next two events as part of the Wymondham Music Festival.

Crime and other problems at Norwich’s Anglia Square should be dealt with before any redevelopment of the shopping centre goes ahead, a meeting has heard.

A group of patients at a Norfolk hospital have made an appeal for fans to be donated to help them and others cope during the hot weather.

A city church was broken into just before its community were about to prepare for a funeral service.

The facade of Norwich City Hall has come alive in bold blue and brilliant orange in recognition of a growing awareness of a debilitating disease.

Firefighters have been called to a blaze involving plant machinery near Norwich.

Plans are being made to revolutionise schooling in the village of Hethersett.

Fire crews found a mattress on fire at a house.

They came dressed as everything from Power Rangers to Vikings and Hawaiian holidaymakers.

A team of rugby players swapped their boots for bikes for a marathon 206-mile ride around Norfolk on one of the hottest days of the year.

Charity volunteers have spoken of their anger after a man’s “inexcusable” theft of a Poppy Appeal collection tin in the run-up to Armistice Day.

Much-loved characters from children’s literature will step off the page at this year’s Wymondham Carnival.

Part of Wymondham has been transformed in to a sea of blazing bright red by the presence of thousands of poppies.

A 15-year-old terminally-ill girl has been left without vital medicine after a thief snatched her mother’s handbag.

Anyone considering a naughty lope through Norfolk’s wheat fields as part of a mass event organised on social media has been urged to think twice.

A talk titled ‘The Benefits of Employing Psychopaths in your Business’ by a former Met police detective will kick off a Norfolk market town’s new business network group.

When a Norfolk man was left with the 10ft remains of an oak tree in his front garden, he was stumped to know what to do with it.

Military vehicles, live music and the unveiling of a new ex-services standard will all form part of an armed forces weekend to take place in Wymondham.

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