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Whilst I am pleased for the Sheringham community to receive the news of a replacement Splash pool (plans for a new public swimming pool and hotel development in Sheringham) and I understand the enthusiasm of the Chamber of Trade for the project, the palpable neglect of the black hole in swimming facilities in other parts of North Norfolk is distressing.

Lifestyle

Robin Herne, who runs the religious studies and ethics degree at the University of Suffolk at West Suffolk College, solves your dilemmas.

Gina Long begins a new monthly look at Norfolk’s charity fundraisers.

If your children (or you) think walking is boring, here’s how to turn pedestrian foot-dragging to passionate foot-first fun.

Several of these walks are part of the 10th Suffolk Walking Festival, plus events and ideas from Norfolk through late May and early June

Garden centres with animals are ideal for families without gardens, or pets. And actual Norfolk visitor attraction gardens can make surprisingly wild days out too.

Grief and its far-reaching effects have been in the news lately with footballer Rio Ferdinand and princes William and Harry speaking about their own experiences of bereavement. It’s also an issue Norfolk author Jon Lawrence explores in his latest novel. Sheena Grant reports.

EDP Weddings

Capturing the best moments of family gatherings, parties and children’s birthdays so you have great photos to remember the moment isn’t easy. So forget fuzzy photos - we have the tips you need

Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, you want it to be a memorable occasion but how far would you go to make it really stand out? Here’s a look at some of the quirkiest venues across the county where you can tie the knot:

For any Norfolk bride-to-be who has always imagined their perfect wedding day, the EDP Wedding Show is making dreams come true.

When planning your big day there are so many crucial details to get right, from choosing the best venue to selecting the perfect dress - but when it comes to the cake, these Norfolk bakers have got you covered.

Heritage

The widow of a renowned model maker has donated a special collection to a museum as part of an exhibition that focuses on a historic Dereham business.

Norwich’s new Lord Mayor and Sheriff have taken on their civic roles and pledged their year in office will celebrate the city’s centuries-long tradition of welcoming ‘strangers’.

An ambitious £90,000 choral and creative writing project, inspired by one of Norfolk’s best loved museums, comes to fruition next month giving a voice to people from the workhouse past.

Country skills, animals and crafts will be showcased at the 26th Euston Rural Pastimes event.

Take a trip down memory lane with our A-Z of Norfolk and Suffolk’s towns and villages. Continuing with F, we take a brief look at the history of Fakenham.

Travel

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis and family leave the tech at home and enjoy a leisurely weekend boating on the Norfolk Broads.

Today the world celebrates Yuri’s Night, marking the day Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin went into space and orbited Earth.

From tea and ancient kingdoms to the amazing wildlife and beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka - in the second part of a two-part series, Oliver Franzen and Emma Knights go in search of elephants and explore the island’s coastline.

From stunning landscapes to ancient wonders to the world famous Ceylon Tea, the beautiful island of Sri Lanka has it all.

And, as Emma Knights and Oliver Franzen discovered, there is even a little bit of Norfolk nestled high up in the hills.

What characteristics do you need to succeed when the going gets tough? EDP agricultural editor CHRIS HILL, part of a group which conquered Africa’s highest mountain for charity, asked his team-mates – and the Everest adventurer who led them.

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