July 23 2014 Latest news:
The network of familiar and cherished railway stations that crossed our Eastern Counties was fatally disrupted in the late 1950s and early 60s by the progressive closure of many branch lines and stations. EDP photographers have captured the pathos of closed waiting rooms, torn-up track and ticketless booking offices - and also, in some cases, the chance of renewed life for some station buildings which were being converted into homes.
Acclaimed nature photographers David Tipling and Steve Plume pass on their tips for perfect pictures.
Gallery owner Linda Matthews is preparing to put on her first painting festival - A Brush with the Broads - which she hopes will become an annual fixture on the tourism calendar.
Looking for a day out to treat the children? Whether it’s animals, engines, magic or pirates and smugglers, there’s plenty of choice. We offer some ideas of what you and your family can do.
Members of the public will have the opportunity to find out more about the work of the region’s ambulance service next week when the East of England Ambulance Service stages its annual general meeting.
Hundreds of customers and employees turned out to the official opening of a new food store in Norwich.
Car drivers are more concerned about congestion than having a crash or breaking down, according to a new AA/Populus survey of 23,000 motorists.
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Here are today’s events for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival
Planning a wedding? With the new free Bride app, you’ve got everything you need to create the day of your dreams at your fingertips.
Roughly 200 people have volunteered at a beloved abbey on the River Bure as the project to restore it comes to an end.
Set in more than 450 acres with Capability Brown landscaped gardens, a house converted from stables, a Grade II star listed folly, boathouse and the chance of rebuilding a magnificent hall, Redgrave Park - situated on the Norfolk/Suffolk border - is for sale for £5.75 million with Savills.
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