March 15 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk-based actor Roger Lloyd Pack, who played Trigger in Only Fools and Horses, has died at the age of 69.
Roger Lloyd Pack gave away his winter fuel allowance to help needy Norfolk pensioners stay warm.
Our royal county welcomed the arrival of Prince George in the summer but was hit by the worst floods for many years this month. We lost great 20th century figures Margaret Thatcher and Nelson Mandela and we smiled for Deryn. ANNABELLE DICKSON completes the review of 2013.
Norfolk’s Surviving Winter appeal has smashed through the £25,000 barrier. But requests are still coming in faster than donations, as some of our neediest elderly feel the chill.
A charitable fund distributed more than £4m to organisations and charities across Norfolk last year.
Great Yarmouth’s Winter Gardens is to feature among the most important but neglected buildings in the country, all with convincing cases for help and restoration, in a new BBC series.
Health bosses worried that parts of the Norwich area see a disproportionately high number of winter deaths have launched a campaign to stop more people dying this year.
Actor Roger Lloyd Pack is supporting the vital campaign to help needy old folks heat their homes this winter.
Cuts in government funding and rising fuel bills will leave many more elderly people struggling to keep warm this winter, with some facing a stark choice – heat or eat. But as the Norfolk Community Foundation, Age UK Norfolk and the EDP team up to launch this year’s Surviving Winter campaign, you can help make a difference.