October 8 2015 Latest news:
A workshop helping people on the road to writing for the screen is being held at Sheringham this month.
The leaves are transforming our woodlands into a blaze of red, gold and orange, fungi are springing up overnight, wildlife is on the move and there are some spirited events planned to mark All Hallow’s Eve. STACIA BRIGGS finds 10 ways to make the most of Norfolk in the autumn.
Tourists tend to flock to Cromer pier to enjoy the sites of the sea, the sounds of gulls, to try some fish and chips and maybe a spot of ice-cream.
Surging seas, local landmarks, quirky canvases - and for the first time life drawings - are among colourful works on display at one of Norfolk’s oldest artistic society’s annual exhibition.
Norwich’s GoGoDragons! raised an incredible sum of money for children’s charity Break and now the colourful clan is flying off to homes old and new.