Playing tennis at Heigham Park.  Photo: Bill Smith

Wimbledon fortnight is when tennis fever hits the nation and people reach for their racquet and dust off their backhands. Here are some of the best places in Norwich to try your hand at the game.

Black-winged Stilt” by Paul Richards’ “

North Norfolk Photographic Society held the second of its annual competitions this month.

Facts and figures about bicycle safety and accidents in the UK

Make sure you and your cycling friends are as safe as you can be on the roads

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To the rest of the world, these sayings probably won’t make much sense, but residents of Norfolk should be all too familiar with them.

People enjoying themselves at a festival held at the Green Dragon in Wymondham

Many a glass was raised in celebration at the Green Dragon pub in Wymondham at the bank holiday 

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Karl Hayward with his fiancee, Kirsty Hadley, after Karl proposed to Kirsty by a message over the tannoy at a Norwich City and Chelsea football match. Picture: Denise Bradley

February 29th is the day when, according to tradition, women can pop the question to their significant other. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of five of the most unusual wedding proposals in Norfolk.

Dont forget to pick up todays paper your 24-page EDP Wedding Guide. Photo by Matt Brasnett

Here are our top ten trends to help keep things fresh and fun when planning a wedding.

Newlyweds Atholl and Debbie Banham at the Starting Handle Club summer show in Marsham. Picture: SOPHIE WYLLIE

Most brides and grooms would not imagine spending their special day at a vintage agricultural vehicle show.


John Hurt at Cinema City in Norwich. Credit: Simon Buck

The new screen heritage and film education centre at Norwich’s Cinema City is to be named after actor Sir John Hurt.

Memento/ sculpture unveiled in Outwell: William Smith, Norman Wenn and Iris Risbrow. Picture submitted

In books and on TV, he is rather overshadowed by his more illustrious friends.

The vessel takes pride of place in the Time and Tide Herring Fair. Picture: NICK BUTCHER

An historic and familiar fishing boat is set to benefit from a funding boost handed to a Great Yarmouth museum.

Digging deep in the garden at True's Yard are (L) Margaret Macdougall and Rebecca Reed. Picture: Ian Burt

A great deal is already known about the fisherfolk who once lived and worked in the North End of King’s Lynn during Georgian and Victorian times – but archaeologists are discovering even more.

Seven-year-old Alabama Burton helps Beeston Regis parish council chairman Mike Knowles cut a cake celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Children living in Beeston Regis, near Sheringham, wished the Queen a belated happy birthday this week, at a celebration hosted by parish councillors at the local Scout hut.


Monet's Garden at Giverny. Photo: Fondation Claude Monet.

Normandy’s stunning landscapes and landmarks have enchanted the paintbrushes of Monet and many other painters. Arts correspondent EMMA KNIGHTS finds out more about the region’s role in the famous Impressionism art movement.

Wilco's eight tips to keep your car just like new.

SPONSORED: Just bought a new car? Loving that ‘new car smell’ and want to keep it looking like new? Well, Wilco knows how - and they have everything you need to keep your vehicle looking beautiful and driving perfectly!

Top Ten Norfolk Hotels on TripAdvisor: Congham Hall Hotel, Morston Hall and Potters Resort

Looking for somewhere to stay during a break in Norfolk? Here are the ten best hotels in the county according to reviewers on TripAdvisor.

The Norfolk Broads. Picture: James Bass

Scenic, tranquil and enchanting are just a few words that could be used to describe the Norfolk Broads. Here are nine reasons why they might just be the best UK holiday destination.

Donnafugata Golf Resort and Spa

Sabah Meddings visits a corner of Italy which simply oozes character, history, beauty...and great food.

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