Stuart Anderson

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

A man was arrested and charged with being drunk and disorderly at this year’s Cromer Carnival.

Police officers patrolling this year’s Cromer carnival have have been carrying images of those responsible for an outbreak of violence and disorder at last year’s event in a bit to avoid a repeat of the problems.

The Red Arrows returned to Norfolk’s skies in a blaze of red, white and blue.

There are plenty of great events being planned around north Norfolk this weekend.

Family activities will take place at two north Norfolk beauty spots next week.

With rain expected to keep falling on the north Norfolk coast until mid-afternoon, some Cromer Carnival visitors will be wondering if the fireworks planned for tonight (Thursday) are still going ahead.

Ideas to improve North Walsham using cash from a new Market Towns Initiative include installing town centre wifi, putting in more public seating, and creating a youth hub.

Holt firm Thurlow Nunn has won a regional award recognising its work with the Motability car scheme.

The Red Arrows have outdone themselves with a dazzling display of aerial derring-do over Cromer.

One of the region’s most scenic train lines which once faced the threat of closure has marked the 21st anniversary of a partnership which has helped keep it alive.

A bin lorry driving along a coastal road found himself confronted by an unusual form of traffic coming from the opposite direction.

You don’t usually see people getting about in kayaks on the landward side of The Quay in Blakeney.

Anyone interested in making a leap into local politics can find out if they’ve got what it takes at an upcoming information session.

A literary salon, a night of Caribbean fun and a mini-music festival are all coming up at an Arts and Crafts-style house near the north Norfolk coast.

Second-hand clothes for mothers, babies and children will go on sale to raise money for a breast-feeding clinic in Holt.

Greater Anglia has defended its record on a busy north Norfolk rail route after two services were cut short part-way through their journeys within the past week, leaving passengers stranded.

Parishoners at Cawston Parish Church are celebrating thanks to news of a £221,800 Heritage Lottery Fund for urgent repairs.

They’re a highlight wherever they visit, prompting looks of joy and amazement as they scream overhead.

A revolving metal cube installed in a courtyard in Holt for the town’s annual arts festival has been destroyed, apparently by accident.

Firefighters have been called to a large fire in the open near the north Norfolk coast.

The organisers of a series of open-air concerts at Cromer Hall have promised the event will return bigger and better in 2019 after this year’s gigs drew around 10,000 people.

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