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A chance meeting with a total stranger during a night out – and Alex Causton-Ronaldson’s life changed forever.

Norwich City

Jacob Murphy of Norwich scores his sides 1st goal during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267
03/12/2016

Norwich City were back to winning ways at Carrow Road on Saturday with a 5-0 win over Brentford and you can re-live the game here with our match gallery.

Alex Pritchard of Norwich celebrate his sides 5th goal during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267
03/12/2016

Norwich City hammered Brentford at Carrow Road to return to winning ways in the Championship - if you missed the game then you can watch the highlights here.

Fit-again midfielder Jonny Howson made his presence felt against Brentford. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Jonny Howson sparked Norwich’s great leap forward for Alex Neil.

Alex Neil could call on the services of Jonny Howson against Brentford. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

This was an emphatic way to lift the storm clouds gathering over Norwich City’s Championship quest.

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Cromer Christmas Lights switch on. Local children and performers from the Cromer Pier Show performing the honours.Photo: Steve Adams

Five-year-old schoolgirl Metiya Nudchanad lit up Cromer - by turning on the town’s Christmas lights.

Santa's post office open in Great Yarmouth town centre on Saturday (Decenber 3). Photo: Great Yarmouth Town Centre Partnership

Santa’s sleigh arrived in Great Yarmouth today (December 3) to mark the opening of Santa’s Post Office in the Market Place.

There were lots of smiling faces at Santa's grotto at Weybourne Station. Picture: ALLY McGILVRAY

Weybourne station has been transformed into a winter wonderland for the festive season.

Outgoing chief executive Peter Wilson's farewell during the Theatre Royal's AGM, with actor Martin Shaw, left. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

He is one of Norfolk’s great cultural champions who in his 25 years at the helm of Norwich Theatre Royal has brought big shows to the city, overseen a major revamp of the venue, and championed theatre education.

Sport

King's Lynn Town's new assistant manager, Lee Stevenson.

Lee Stevenson’s appointment as assistant manager at King’s Lynn Town now sees the Linnets with their own SAS team tasked with moving Town up the Southern Premier Division.

Lowestoft Town winger Chris Henderson.

A brilliant second-half strike from Chris Henderson turned out to be the winning goal for Lowestoft as they claimed their third home league win on the bounce.

Michael Spillanes time with Lowestoft Town came to an end this week.	Picture: JAMES BASS

Bouncing back from a poor display is the focus for Lowestoft Town when they return to the comforts of home this afternoon.

Council leader Tom FitzPatrick, bottom left, welcomed the progress of work at Cabbell Park, top, to pave the way for the new medical centre, bottom right. Pictures: NNDC

Work on plans to build a new health centre in Cromer is continuing - despite concerns it will leave the town’s football club homeless.

Kai Huckenbeck. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars will welcome back Kai Huckenbeck to their side for the 2017 SGB Premiership campaign.

Business

Wells Christmas Tide celebrations. Father Christmas arrives to celebrate the evening.

PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Record crowds turned out for the Christmas lights switch-on in Wells this year.

A fun Christmas afternoon was held at the Crown, Fakenham.
Fakenham and Wensum scouts at the event.
PHOTO: Nick Butcher

Christmas has officially arrived in Fakenham after the festive lights were switched on, on Saturday evening.

Andy Kingham (UK General Manager Post Office Ltd), Duncan Baker (Finance Director and Post Master for C T Baker Groups postal services), Sandra-Taylor Meeds (Store Manager, C T Baker Budgens of Holt), at the opening. Picture: LEONARD OWEN

A supermarket in Holt has always prided itself on offering a first class service.

Features

S&G Sergent Old Costessey, 1958. Picture: EDP Library

Communities in their own right and yet part of the greater Norwich conurbation, four villages on the city’s northern rim form my archive feature this week.

Young entrepreneurs sell their products at the Enterprise Christmas Market at the Forum. Norwich School students running their business Adeo selling gift wrapped sweets, and they will also be making clothes. From left, Jack Ellis, 17, Jemima Fennell, 16, Sam Foster, 16, (Santa), Oscar Moyes, 17, and Bailey Tuddenham, 16. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

An enterprise market was held in the Norwich city centre.

Shoppers hunting for bargains on the City market  Dated:  May 30th, 1961. From Evening News Library/Archive

Norwich Remembers is off to a flying start but we’re still looking for more local people to join our growing community.

Christmas

Tweet us your tree pictures to @EDP24 or @EveningNews

Every year the first weekend in December marks International Tree Dressing Day and our twitter followers have really excelled themselves this year.

Just some of the things that have been annoying the people of Norwich over the festive period. Pictures: Matthew Usher, Anthony Kelly

Norwich has truly excelled itself this year with extravagant Christmas celebrations including light projections, Christmas markets and the spectacular tunnel of light. But with that comes queues, irritating social media posts and Ed Balls. Here’s 20 annoying things about Norwich in the countdown to Christmas that will make you channel your inner Scrooge.

Tunnel of Light on Hayhill, Norwich. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Our photographer Antony Kelly took to Norwich to capture some pictures of the Christmas light tunnel

Christmas Window 2016. Photos by Emily Revell

With December just around the corner, the Christmas shopping season is already in full swing – and Norwich is the ideal place to find the perfect present.

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Dentest surgery on Plumstead Road, Norwich. Picture by Lauran Hewitt/Mustard

A string of failings at a dental practice have been exposed by inspectors, including clinical areas and toilets being cleaned with the same mop and a patient getting their neck stuck in a dental chair’s headrest.

Residents from Paget Adams Drive in Dereham have decorated their street ready for Christmas - Graham Rudd stands with some of the displays. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Paget Adams Drive in Dereham has delighted residents of the Norfolk town as its extravagant Christmas lights return to the cul-de-sac for another year.

Jonny Howson's last Norwich City appearance came in the win at Wolves. 
Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Jonny Howson is back and desperate to help haul Norwich City out of a Championship slump.

Just some of the things that have been annoying the people of Norwich over the festive period. Pictures: Matthew Usher, Anthony Kelly

Norwich has truly excelled itself this year with extravagant Christmas celebrations including light projections, Christmas markets and the spectacular tunnel of light. But with that comes queues, irritating social media posts and Ed Balls. Here’s 20 annoying things about Norwich in the countdown to Christmas that will make you channel your inner Scrooge.

A view over Norwich city from Britannia Road. Norwich Cathedral with City Hall, St Peter Mancroft Church and The Forum.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

If you’re looking to get inked, look no further than Norwich, which has just been named the fourth best place in the world to get a tattoo.

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