The Dean of Norwich, the Very Rev Jane Hedges, showed off her pint pulling skills during a charity cheque handover on day one of the Royal Norfolk Show.

A Norwich school is closed today due to flooding following heavy rain.

The ‘free cuppa’ offer at the EDP marquee at the Royal Norfolk Show has proved a hit with readers again.

The Art of Butchery stand has already proved one of the most popular attarctions at the Royal Norfolk Show’s Adnams Food and Drink Experience.

The Adnams Food and Drink Experience was one of the busiest attractions on day one of the Royal Norfolk Show as a soaking rain fell over the showground.

Over 200 students celebrated their achievements in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) at a special awards ceremony on June 26 at The Forum.

Motorists using the A11/A47 have been warned to drive carefully after part of the road was flooded following heavy rains on Tuesday.

Recognised for its scenic splendour, Mulbarton Common boasts an array of typical Norfolk meadow plants that make it so special.

Porkstock, Norfolk’s award-winning family food event, has announced that for the second year in a row, all profits from the festival will be donated to children’s charity, Nelson’s Journey.

Rain forecast for this year’s Royal Norfolk Show is not expected to have a significant impact on the event, organisers of the annual spectacular have said.

Visitors to this year’s Royal Norfolk Show will for the first time get to experience a large, high quality LED screen that will get them closer to all the Grand Ring action.

Norfolk Constabulary will use a stand at the Royal Norfolk Show 2017 to actively engage members of the public on a range of issues.

Exit packages worth nearly £2.8m were paid to 191 Norfolk County Council workers who were made redundant last year, figures have revealed.

A bloodied otter that was left fighting for its life after being found stranded on a driveway in Thetford has been euthanased due to the extent of its injuries.

A new guided kayak trail along the River Yare aims to get people outdoors and active while also allowing them to explore the natural world from a completely unique perspective.

Temperatures across some inland areas of East Anglia are expected to rise to 32C today, possibly making it the hottest June day on record.

Greater Anglia has said train services between Ipswich and Felixstowe may be cancelled or delayed by up to 20 minutes today due to a broken down freight train.

Coastal resorts and businesses from Hunstanton to Lowestoft reported a busy few days as temperatures soared across the region on Sunday and Monday.

High temperatures continue to play havoc with train services as heat-related speed restrictions are enforced between Norwich and London.

There are few fishing destinations that rival the Broads for its scenic beauty, miles of lock-free waterways, rich heritage and diversity of fish species.

The quality, variety and standard of cooking in Norfolk is on the rise. Eric Snaith, head chef at Titchwell Manor, said the number of eateries in Norfolk had grown substantially over the past 10 years to a point where there was an exceptional variety on offer.

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