Stuart Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org Ringing competition to mark 50 years since abbey’s bells were installed 09:30 Stuart Anderson It is a tradition that calls people to prayer, celebrates weddings and is also said to have the power to drive out demons. Tributes paid to town councillor and former butcher Yesterday, 18:21 Stuart Anderson Tributes have been paid to a long-standing town councillor and businessman who was known for his indomitable spirit. Norfolk college celebrates opening of refurbished sports courts Yesterday, 15:34 Stuart Anderson Pupils and staff at Wymondham College are celebrating a refurbishment of the school’s tennis and netball courts, which followed a £6,000 fundraising effort. Dementia support group delighted after being given Queen’s award Yesterday, 14:55 Stuart Anderson A group which has been supporting people with dementia and their carers in a Norfolk town for almost 10 years has been given an award equivalent to an MBE. Drivers to be spared road closure thanks to early finish to NDR surfacing works Yesterday, 14:11 Stuart Anderson Motorists will be spared a planned closure of the B1150 North Walsham Road tonight (Friday, July 21), thanks to the early completion of surfacing at a new Norwich Northern Distributor Road roundabout last night. Muddy obstacle course planned for Old Buckenham by children’s hospice charity EACH Yesterday, 13:50 Stuart Anderson If getting muddy, wet and dirty tackling a 5km obstacle course while raising money for children’s hospices sounds like your idea of a good time, you might want to check out this event. Woman pleads guilty to assault charge after stabbing at city flat Yesterday, 13:29 Stuart Anderson A woman has admitted one count of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after a stabbing in a Norwich flat. Inquest opens into death of Morrisons attack victim Nick Rogers Yesterday, 12:42 Stuart Anderson An inquest has opened into the death of Nick Rogers, who died after an assault at Wymondham Morrisons supermarket on July 17. Library project to tackle loneliness in Norfolk wins national praise Thu, 17:18 Stuart Anderson A pioneering Norfolk project to tackle community isolation has won praise from Arts Council England. Jury out in case of man accused of raping woman in Norwich car park who was refused entry to Mantra nightclub Thu, 15:49 Stuart Anderson A jury has been sent out to consider rape charges against a 24-year-old Luton man following an incident in a car park off Prince of Wales Road in Norwich. Four who stole lead from Erpingham and Baconsthorpe churches left communities ‘totally crushed and devastated’ Thu, 15:10 Stuart Anderson Four men who were in a gang stealing lead from rural Norfolk church roofs were caught by police near Wisbech after a chase, Norwich Crown Court heard. Video: Uncle and nephew charged with murder after attack at Wymondham Morrisons Thu, 08:38 Stuart Anderson A 43-year-old man and his 19-year-old nephew have been charged with murder following the death of another man after an attack at Wymondham’s Morrisons supermarket. Pair rescued off Norfolk coast after jet ski breaks down Thu, 07:58 Stuart Anderson Two people had to be rescued when their jet ski broke down off the Norfolk coast. Road closed by police after accident leaves van on its side Wed, 20:17 Stuart Anderson A rural road has been closed after a van was involved in an accident and ended up on its side. Youngsters impress in performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat Wed, 19:49 Stuart Anderson A Norfolk drama group has been delighted with the response to its production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat, which featured a cast of 30 young people aged 10 to 18. Duck and duckling in care after being drenched in engine oil Wed, 19:23 Stuart Anderson A mother duck and one of her ducklings are being cared for after they managed to get themselves drenched in engine oil. Residents celebrate Wimbeldon with 25th annual strawberry tea party Wed, 17:38 Stuart Anderson Older people living in a sheltered scheme in Norwich have celebrated Wimbledon in style – notching up their 25th consecutive annual strawberry tea party. Academy in Norfolk town marks 50 years with get-together and library dedication Wed, 17:17 Stuart Anderson It has been just over 50 years since students walked through the gates of the newly-opened Attleborough Secondary School for the first time. Students’ website launched to help historic chapel’s roof Wed, 16:27 Stuart Anderson Students from Jane Austen College in Norwich have used their web design skills to help a historic chapel raise funds for a much-needed new roof. The Waffle House, food review: ‘No wonder it’s a classic’ Wed, 14:56 Stuart Anderson The Waffle House is one of Norwich’s most popular destinations but does it live up to the hype? Review: The Comedy of Errors at Norwich Cathedral Saturday, July 15, 2017 Stuart Anderson Known as one of Shakespeare’s shortest and most farcical plays, The Comedy of Errors has been brought to life with aplomb by the The Lord Chamberlain’s Men.