Norfolk farming news

Reporter Donna-Louise Bishop making fruit and vegetable instruments ahead of the London Vegetable Orchestra's visit to Aylsham Food Festival. Pictured with a 'banana guitar'.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Video: Reporter gets creative making vegetable instruments ahead of London Vegetable Orchestra’s visit to Aylsham

There are many timeless sayings that parents across the world will never tire of using and one of them has to be “stop playing with your food”.

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Graham Dacre who will soon be receiving his CBE for his work with young people. Picture: Denise Bradley

Let me help you find new market site, says Graham Dacre

Entrepreneur Graham Dacre this week invited farmers to let him help them find a new site for Norwich Livestock Market – and pledged to dig in his own pocket to help fund it.

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Chris and Diana Jacobs at Wood Farm Cottages which they let out to tourists.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Turning your farm into a holiday home from home

Growing up as they did, surrounded by fields and with farming in their blood, it is not really a surprise that the first word both of Diana Jacob’s children said was “tractor”.

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Belinda Clarke

Agri-Tech Week to highlight innovation

Within the foreseeable future, if agricultural productivity does not increase, we might have insufficient land to feed our growing population. This was the chilling finding of a report The Best Use of UK Agricultural Land issued earlier this year.

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The Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show. Picture: Supplied

Centuries of rural traditions on display at Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show

With just one steam engine and tea and coffee on the village green, the Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show started from humble beginnings.

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