Former premiership midfielder Jim Whitley will be swapping his football boots for tap shoes, when he stars in Crooners, a brand new comedy musical coming to Cromer Pier on March 30.

Holt Festival is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary in style this summer, with a top-notch celebrity line-up ranging from comedy legend Jasper Carrott and seventies music star Leo Sayer, to doctor-turned-tenor James Gilchrist and ex-Liberal Democrat leader Lord Paddy Ashdown.

Heart-warming, rainbow-inspired paintings are helping Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital patients along the path to good health, in an exhibition featuring work by Gresham-based artist and therapist Hannah Hardy.

Hundreds of runners will be lacing up their trainers this weekend, ready to take part in a cross country event in aid of Norfolk-based children’s charity Break.

Sheringham Viking Festival drew to a spectacular close, with a torchlit parade through the town followed by the burning of a longboat on the seashore.

Crowds turned out in force to see axe-wielding Norse warriors battle in the streets of Sheringham, as the fourth annual Scira Viking Festival got off to a spectacular start.

Around two thousand people are expected to throng the narrow streets of Sheringham today, to witness dozens of axe-wielding Vikings stage pitched battles in the town centre, before marching towards the sea for a ceremonial boat-burning on the beach.

Work by a Norfolk artist is capturing the imaginations of the rich and famous, with one of his pieces flown to Hollywood by a keen collector and another going on a world tour with a million-selling electronic rock group.

A £22,000 Viking ship play centre has been launched at Sheringham’s Cromer Road playground.

The streets of Sheringham will echo with the battle cries of dozens of horned helmet-wearing warriors, when the fourth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off on Saturday with combat displays by two Norfolk re-enactment groups.

The life of a RNLI stalwart has been commemorated with the installation of a defibrillator at Sheringham lifeboat station.

Youngsters at Sheringham’s Ladybird Pre-school Nursery put their frying pans skills to the test, during a pancake-themed morning of activities organised as part of the Cromer Road group’s traditional Shrove Tuesday celebrations.

Youngsters at Sheringham Primary School had a chance to learn about the customs and cultures of far-flung countries ranging from India to Australia, during a fun-packed programme of activities organised as part of an annual multi-cultural week.

The world’s favourite nanny will be dropping in at Sheringham High School on March 15, when a cast of more than 100 students aged from 12 to 17 take the stage for a production of the spectacular musical Mary Poppins Junior.

Sheringham Viking Festival organisers’ plans to stage a ceremonial burning of a 16ft longboat on the seashore are back on track, after a trailer thought to have been stolen was returned to them by a resident who read about its disappearance on the North Norfolk News and Eastern Daily Press websites.

Stunning images by wildlife photographers from all over the world are on show at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes visitor centre, in an exhibition featuring some of the winning entries from last year’s Bird Photographer of the Year competition.

When six-year-old Edward Donaldson came home from school with a torn library book, he asked his mum to help buy some new books for his fellow pupils.

Work by a Norfolk artist whose life was tragically cut short by lung cancer will be on show at Sheringham Museum this month, as part of a exhibition featuring prints, drawings and paintings inspired by the county’s coast and countryside.

An inspirational Fakenham woman has opened up about her experiences of living with alopecia.

Sixty young singers from Sheringham Primary School will be setting off to London this week, to be part of the biggest children’s choir in the world.

An annual fundraising week organised by students at Sheringham High School has raised nearly £2,000 for the hair loss charity Alopecia UK.

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