Rebecca Murphy Reporter email@example.com @BeckyMurphyEDP More horses illegally left on Barnham Cross Common, Thetford, as site’s conservation project reaches next stage Wed, 08:47 Rebecca Murphy Four horses which have been illegally left on a common, known for its rare plant species, should be rehomed by next week as the site prepares for the next stage of a conservation project. ‘She would do anything for anyone’ - taxi driver’s emotional tribute after passenger and close friend dies in Barnham crash Tue, 12:44 Rebecca Murphy A taxi driver has paid an emotional tribute to a “very close friend” who he was taking to see her parents when they were involved in a horror crash which resulted in her death. Thetford Football Club chairman “angry and fed up” after clubhouse targeted by thieves who caused damage Mon, 18:00 rebecca murphy The chairman of Thetford Town Football Club has said he feels sick and angry after the clubhouse was broken into and extensive damage caused. Former pupils of Wayland Academy Norfolk are urged to join alumni group Mon, 14:20 rebecca murphy Former pupils of a Watton high school are being urged to join a new alumni group to help current students achieve their career aspirations. “A kind hearted and caring person” - friend pays tribute to Helen Lovegrove who died in crash on A134 at Barnham Mon, 08:56 rebecca murphy A friend of Helen Lovegrove, who died after a car crash in Barnham, near Thetford, has described her as a “kind-hearted and caring person”. Pilgrim stumbles upon graves of three servicemen from RAF Watton killed in action during the Second World War Mon, 08:15 rebecca murphy While visiting a small French village Peter Walsh did not think he would find the graves of three brave servicemen who were stationed at a Norfolk airfield. Pictures capture King’s Lynn celebrating trading heritage at Hanse Festival Sunday, May 21, 2017 rebecca murphy King’s Lynn celebrated its proud trading heritage by holding its 12th annual Hanse Festival. Ready, steady, Marry! Couples compete at Runaway Bride event to win £25,000 wedding package at Hockwold Hall Sunday, May 21, 2017 rebecca murphy It was an event to test the relationship of couples thinking about taking the next step or already planning their big day. Community-owned village pub goes from strength to strength Sunday, May 21, 2017 rebecca murphy It stood empty for nine years before it was acquired by a community group last year. Fire crews tackle outbuilding fire in Heacham Sunday, May 21, 2017 rebecca murphy Fire crews spent more than an hour tackling a blaze in a outbuilding in Heacham in the early hours of this morning. Residents to be consulted over new under-8s play area in Thetford Sunday, May 21, 2017 rebecca murphy Residents in Thetford are being asked to help choose the play equipment which will be installed in a new play area. Thetford Parkrun celebrates highest attendance in its history Saturday, May 20, 2017 rebecca murphy A Parkrun event is celebrating its highest attendance in its four-year history. Project helps school children to learn, respect and help the future of church Saturday, May 20, 2017 rebecca murphy Schoolchildren have been learning about the history of a community church and the wildlife which lives in its surroundings as part of a restoration project. Air Cadet squadron nominated for national award Saturday, May 20, 2017 rebecca murphy Three years ago, there were just 12 members of Thetford’s Air Training Corps (ATC) on parade. Woman in her 70s has money stolen during distraction burglary in Mildenall Friday, May 19, 2017 Rebecca murphy A woman in her 70s had money stolen from her purse during a distraction burglary at her home in Mildenhall. F-15 Strike Eagle from RAF Lakenheath involved in near miss with Hawk jet Friday, May 19, 2017 rebecca murphy An F-15 Strike Eagle from RAF Lakenheath was involved in a near miss with another jet over the Vale of York, a report has revealed. King’s Lynn firefighters tackle blaze in silo containing 30 tonnes of grain Thursday, May 18, 2017 Rebecca Murphy Fire crews from King’s Lynn spent more than two hours tackling a fire in a silo which contained around 30 tonnes of grain, in King’s Lynn. Woman dies and another suffers life-threatening injuries after crash on A134 at Barnham Thursday, May 18, 2017 rebecca murphy A woman, believed to be in her 40s, has died and another has suffered life-threatening injuries following a crash between two cars which closed the A134 at Barnham. Colleagues from Myhills Pet and Garden, Watton, celebrate working achievements Wednesday, May 17, 2017 rebecca murphy Two work colleagues have racked up nearly 100 years of working at the same shop. Not again! Thetford play park equipment vandalised within days of its repair - for the second time Wednesday, May 17, 2017 rebecca murphy A piece of play equipment at a popular Thetford park may be permanently removed after it was vandalised within days of its repair - for the second time in a matter of weeks. Equine bailiffs “quite confident” horses left illegally on common will be removed before council have to pay out Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Rebecca murphy Two horses which have been left to illegally graze on common land could end up costing a town council up to £7,000 to remove.