Farming is intrinsically linked to family life. It has to be. For anyone brought up on a farm it becomes part of you, and even if you step away there is always that pull to come home. Certainly that was the case for Fiona Siddall.

A farmhouse barn nestled in the ruins of a 900-year-old Norfolk priory is to be transformed into a brewery its owners hope will become a pull for beer-lovers around the world.

To celebrate National Bookshop Day, here’s a look at some of the brilliant bookshops you can visit across the county:

October sees the start of that wonderfully cosy season, and what’s a better way to kick off Autumn than with a cup of coffee and a good old-fashioned book?

Babies might be tiny and adorable, but the costs that come with them can be huge - here’s what one Norfolk mum found

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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:


Steam ended up giving way to diesel when the world famous Flying Scotsman had to bow out of a planned trip to Norwich after breaking down on an earlier journey.

A £7m multi-storey car park, a new shopping centre, a student accommodation complex and the largest thatched building in Europe have been named among the cream of the crop of new architecture in Norwich.

Fishing has always been one of the mainstays of the north Norfolk economy, and these archive photographs show how much it has featured in the region’s daily life.

The world’s most famous locomotive, the Flying Scotsman is to visit East Anglia this week. The locomotive is expected in Norwich from Wednesday and is due to depart on Saturday. Andrew Stone looks at 10 interesting facts about it.

A screening of archive footage will show how the region’s seaside became a popular tourist destination in times gone by.


The team behind Greater Anglia’s Bittern Line has announced that they’ll be adding another carriage to the route from Norwich to Sheringham.

There’s no better vantage point to see the Cambridge’s famous colleges, bridges and sights than from the river, and in this city, that means by punt. Reporter Stuart Anderson took one of the iconic vessels for a leisurely outing along the Cam.

Adventurer Ray Mears wonders whether wildlife documentaries are working when it comes to inspiring the next generation of conservationists and how Lyme Disease threatened to end his career ahead of his East Anglian shows.

A 400-year-old Norfolk regiment will be thanked for their service as a locomotive will be named after them.

Dereham residents turns out in droves today to support and question Highways England’s £300 million investment in the A47.

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