Is it the quaint streets, the thriving town centre or the wealth of events?

Keith Skipper recalls some wise words from bibliophile Sir John Betjeman, the Norfolk-loving Poet Laureate.

A bid to save one of the UK’s tallest windmills has been launched, with the aim of keeping the heritage site open for aspiring millers.

When Keith Skipper went for a blood test, he met a delightful Norfolk character...

Top artists, designers and crafters are heading for West Norfolk next month.

Don’t panic, don’t panic Captain Mainwaring... A museum dedicated to a cult TV sitcom reopens today.

Martin Cooper’s first car really was a family car – he bought it from his grandfather and later sold it to his cousin... for a profit.

Dozens of people lined the streets in Downham Market for the annual St Winnold’s Fair.

They feared their beloved town’s rich and vibrant history was tragically fading from memory.

An ambitious plan to “light up” heritage areas of Great Yarmouth is being investigated.

Russell Whipps worked for a Ford dealer when he bought his Anglia which made it handy when it needed repairs.

Everybody loves a steam train and a nameplate for a special locomotive will soon be an added attraction at a Norfolk museum.

Military enthusiasts are set to hold their first tour of mid-Norfolk and showcase their huge range of restored vehicles.

The history of one of north Norfolk’s oldest settlements is now the subject of a new website for the district’s youngest residents.

Plans to bring a new Adventure Golf site to north Norfolk have been submitted to the district council.

A museum dedicated to remembering a town’s rich history has received a welcome boost in its search for new volunteers.

Collectables: Mike Hicks looks at the story of a Norfolk clockmaker.

George Orwell is often famed for his exploits abroad, but many may not be aware of his links to a place much closer to home.

Volunteers are preparing a historic fishing boat ready for summer trips on the Ouse and The Wash.

A publishing company celebrating all there is to love about the region’s rich history has moved back to its original home.

Victor Bennett tells how Betsy the Morris Minor’s engine was flooded, along with the interior, by the high tide which also left it with a slight smell of salty fish.

The chairman of North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) Richard Shepherd led a short service followed by the raising of the flag to celebrate Commonwealth Day.

A new project has been launched to uncover the history of a Norfolk port which came under siege during the English Civil War.

Poppyland Publishing is to publish a new title on Great Yarmouth thirty years after its last booklet on the history of the town.

A hidden-away 16th century mansion in the Norfolk Broads could be given a new lease of life after more than a decade of neglect.

Some say it was brought back by a merchant seaman in the 19th century and is how a nearby pub got its name.

A school like no other finally opened its doors to the public today after the snow disrupted the original plans.

Portraits of some of Britain’s most famous historical figures have been sold for more than £83,000 at auction.

Keith Skipper recalls the days when horses were the most important creatures in East Anglia.

It is an ambitious vision to relay miles of railway track and rejuvenate an area of mid-Norfolk.

For years publishing headlines have been dominated by news of independent bookshops closing their doors due to dwindling trade.

If you are aged below about 40, you’ve probably never used it.

The rain held off just long enough for the crowds to gather for the launch of a museum’s new season.

For four decades they have been reciting news for the blind community in Norwich and last week published their 2,000th edition.

A page of past views of Gorleston this week.

From the historic landmarks that shape our skylines to family traits that have been passed through the generations, the idea of inheritance is being put in the spotlight in the latest art exhibition to open at Norwich Castle.

A Second World War gun turret has been exposed on a Norfolk beach after the storms removed the sand.

A crowdfunding campaign to raise £15,000 to bring a historic Norwich statue back into public view is nearing its halfway mark.

Snapshots of a town’s four-legged history are going on show at a new exhibition.

Dignitaries, a member of the House of Lords and sporting figure have put their support behind Norfolk Day.

Army and rail dignitaries will join museum staff at the presentation of the third nameplate cast for the Royal Norfolk Regiment steam locomotive, which runs on the North Norfolk Railway (NNR).

A story of a Dereham war hero who survived an infamous massacre nearly eight decades ago has been recorded for the first time on a website dedicated to the men who lost their lives.

Collectables: Mike Hicks looks at ever-popular railwayana.

A century ago it was one of many watering holes embracing Great Yarmouth’s historic Market Place at the busy, bawdy, boozy centre of town.

Plans are in place to convert a Grade II listed chapel into a new home in Aylsham.

The green light has been given to a new brewery at a farmhouse barn nestled in the ruins of 900-year-old West Acre priory, near Swaffham.

The Blickling Estate has won a national award for innovation in how they present their collections to visitors.

Birthday boy (almost) Keith Skipper reflects on the passing of the years...

A former Lowestoft police officer, whose research into the infamous Whitechapel murders in 1888 has made him one of the foremost experts on the subject, has hit out at the decision by Suffolk County Council to close Lowestoft Record Office.

Great Yarmouth’s Cenotaph, in St George’s Park, has been recognised by the Royal British Legion as Norfolk’s best kept war memorial.

A painting depicting one of Joseph Hooker’s discoveries has been gifted to Halesworth to cement the link between the town and Kew Gardens.

It is a piece of literary history which lies within the heart of the Fens.

The hunt is on for our region’s secret, forgotten or unknown memorials.

With Easter around the corner, bunnies took centre stage at Norwich Castle at the weekend.

About 200 people took a trip down memory lane at a north Norfolk railway society’s steam engine running and beer festival.

A major fundraising project has been launched to bring back bell-ringing at a north Norfolk church for the first time since the 1930s.

Keith Skipper heard rather more than he wanted to when he went out to a favourite eaterie.

A wealth of artistic talent from across the region has gone on display at Norwich Castle’s Open Art Show, with almost 130 works on show.

The achievements of Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust and its plans for the future will be outlined next week.

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