Norfolk farming news

Rebecca Colman and Andrew Spinks with their certificates after being selected as the Norfolk Scholars to attend the Oxford Farming Conference, in a competition run by Bidwells and the RNAA. Picture: Denise Bradley

Invitation to farm scholars

There are only a few weeks left for young people involved in the farming sector to enter this year’s Norfolk Scholar Initiative.

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Hundreds of Taiwanese release

Lantern code welcomed but only a ban will do

A new code of practice for sky lanterns has been published in a further bid to reduce the damage they cause to livestock, crops and property.

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Jo Segrave-Daly with her children Bride, Niamh, Arann and Orla. Photo: Bill Smith

First Thyme lucky for Jo’s tasty herbal drinks

With four children, ranging in age from six months to almost 18 years, it might seem like Jo Segrave-Daly already has her hands full.

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The Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team at last year's Aylsham Show. PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

Fun, farming and food at popular Aylsham Show

Foodies will be in gastronomic Heaven at this year’s Aylsham Show which delivers a lot more than just agricultural traditions and animals.

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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'.

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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