Eleanor Pringle Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org @EleanorMPringle County council launch campaign which will collect mobile coverage data across Norfolk 15:26 Eleanor Pringle A lack of mobile phone coverage may seem like a modern-day inconvenience to many residents in Norfolk, however to business owners across the county it could be the difference between investing or leaving. Gresham’s headteacher’s blog calling millennials ‘entitled, spoilt and molly-coddled’ receives mixed reaction 14:48 Eleanor Pringle A blog post written by one of the county’s leading educators referring to the millennial generation as “spoilt, entitled and molly-coddled” has gained a mixed reaction from readers. Norfolk head teacher calls young adults ‘entitled, spoilt and molly-coddled’ in a blog 08:11 Eleanor Pringle A Norfolk head teacher has sparked outrage amongst former pupils after accusing the current generation of young adults of being “spoilt”, “molly-coddled” and “entitled”. Fakenham Celebrant nominated for national award 11:14 Eleanor Pringle A Civil Celebrant is a role which allows an individual to see the best and worst in life: conducting everything from weddings to funerals and many other celebrations in between. Community pull together to help nursery targeted by arsonist 11:09 Eleanor Pringle The Fakenham community has come together to help restore a pre-school hit by an arson attack early this year. Plans to weatherproof Cromer Pier queried by town council Yesterday, 14:12 Eleanor Pringle Plans to erect new windshields on the Cromer Pier are now underway. Norfolk county councillor stumbles upon 18 sacks of cannabis waste whilst carrying out routine checks Saturday, February 17, 2018 Eleanor Pringle When Tim Adams went out searching for potholes as part of his work as Cromer district’s county councillor, he didn’t expect to stumble across the remnants of a cannabis farm. Video: Fossilised prehistoric human footprint believed to have been found in north Norfolk Saturday, February 17, 2018 Eleanor Pringle It is a geologist’s dream to discover any evidence that gives mankind a glimpse into their prehistoric past. Overhead power lines to be removed in Cley to restore coastline’s natural beauty Friday, February 16, 2018 Eleanor Pringle A £95,000 project has been set in motion to remove overhead power lines in a coastal north Norfolk beauty spot, improving the landscape for residents and wildlife. Tesco employees dismissed after being filmed engaged in sex act in the back of Norfolk store Thursday, February 15, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Tesco has launched an investigation into the conduct of two members of staff after a video of them engaging in a sex act in a Norfolk store went viral. Town council pushes once more against Costa coffee plans Thursday, February 15, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Costa coffee is facing continued questions over the opening of their new store in Cromer. POLL: Will you still shop at Oxfam? Thursday, February 15, 2018 eleanor pringle Shoppers in Norwich said they would be reluctant to go on supporting Oxfam’s charity shops as the aid worker sex scandal deepened. Norman Lamb urges north Norfolk organisations to apply for grants of up to £20,000 Thursday, February 15, 2018 Eleanor Pringle A member of parliament is encouraging north Norfolk community groups and charities to apply for funding which could see them gain up to £20,000. Video: Indian restaurant is latest eatery to be struck with 0 food hygiene rating Thursday, February 15, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Another north Norfolk eatery has been branded with a zero food hygiene rating. NNDC step in to offer support to employees made redundant by Oyster Yacts closure Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Eleanor Pringle The north Norfolk District council has stepped in to provide support to residents after a key employer in the district has announced they have “run out of cash”. Aylsham dancers have extra spring in their tap step after West End stars visit school Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Children at a north Norfolk school have been left starstruck after two stars of the West End visited their rehearsal to help them jazz up an upcoming performance. ‘Enjoy’ special offers with our new Enjoy Cromer More membership cards Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Undeniably one of the Cromer’s greatest accomplishments is the thriving and diverse businesses that line the seafront town’s streets. Cromer fisherman fronts international tourism campaign Monday, February 12, 2018 Eleanor Pringle The family of a “larger than life” character who epitomised the cheer and charm of north Norfolk has welcomed seeing him front an international campaign. Keeping our beaches clean: Volunteers turn out in force despite winter weather Sunday, February 11, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Despite the howling wind on the seafront today, volunteers turned out in force to take part in a community litter pick. Visitors to Dereham cemetery left distressed after items from graves wrongly removed Sunday, February 11, 2018 Eleanor Pringle Visitors to a Norfolk cemetery have been left distressed after a member of grounds staff removed items left on loved ones’ graves. Police dogs sniff out man arrested in drugs raid Sunday, February 11, 2018 Eleanor Pringle A man has been arrested in North Walsham following a drugs raid.