With his showbiz connections Alan Thompson was never going to run out of entertaining ideas.
Young business brains are poised to take part in a challenge to shape the future of their home town.
Tractors have been a big part of Brian Cottrell’s life man and boy.
It started as one man’s prescription to provide dignity and support for the elderly and vulnerable.
When Dave Banks was diagnosed with cancer he wanted something positive to focus on.
When Mike Stone suffered a heart attack having a defibrillator close to hand helped him enjoy another decade of precious life.
A decision is due on contentious plans to build 200 homes in North Walsham.
Power generated from a scenic lake is set to heat one of the country’s grandest stately homes.
Stalham Academy took a strong and vibrant choir to perform in the 39th Gorleston Music Festival.
A Norfolk lifeboat station is looking for new crew members to join its life saving team in preparation for the arrival of a new rescue boat.
Cromer Post Office is set to close while a different stamp is put on a town centre store.
A new event providing support and advice for older people and their families is being held in Aylsham.
More than 200 years after campaigners first met there to provide a rescue boat for seafarers, a historic hotel is continuing to support the RNLI.
Mourners were forced to shelter from rain throughout a funeral service after another Norfolk church was targeted by roof raiders.
Wings outstretched, suspended between heaven and earth they have served as glorious guardians for more than 500 years.
Their sacrifice is etched on memorials the length and breadth of the country - but for the children of one school the men who gave their lives in the First World War have become much more than a set of names.
A mum who has twice been bereaved through suicide is hoping to set up a new support group for others faced by the same heartbreak.
Singer-songwriter Tom Ryder struggled in his teenage years with the pressure to perform well at school.
A small village school achieved two big ambitions with the opening of a new play space and kitchen.
As a keen surfer teenager Holly Rumsby has experienced first hand the impact of coastal pollution.
They returned in triumphant style last year - and it is hoped the Red Arrows will be blazing a trail again at this summer’s Cromer Carnival.
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