'Great War Begins': the fateful headline from the EDP of Monday August 3 1914. Britain would join the conflict later that day.

The build-up to the First World War as reported in the EDP 100 years ago

A European conflict had been predicted for decades – but when it arrived it still took many by surprise, as the pages of the EDP from late July 1914 make clear. TREVOR HEATON reports on the build-up to war.

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Elspeth Dutton on her allotment with some of her produce at the Bluebell Allotments. Picture: Denise Bradley

Three Norfolk gardeners explain their for love for horticulture ahead of National Allotments Week

An allotment isn’t just for National Allotments Week (August 4 to 10), it’s for life. Slash your grocery bills, your food miles and your stress levels by joining the green-fingered allotment holders on their plots. STACIA BRIGGS speaks to three keen gardeners about why they love their allotments.

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Ted Daisy Sismore, the RAFs top low-level, precision-bombing navigator of the Second World War.

War hero Ted Sismore’s medal sale stirs memories of RAF’s original ‘smart’ bomber

Following a medal sale that stirred memories of some of the most daring missions flown out of Norfolk during the Second World War, Steve Snelling salutes a master airman who was the RAF’s original ‘smart’ bomber.

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A shot of two girls taken before the start of the 2014 parade. Photo by Matthew Dartford.

Photo Gallery: Your photos of Norwich Pride

Can you spot yourself amongst the thousands of people who paraded through Norwich’s streets to support gay rights?

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Keswick Mill - an old window frame becomes a natural picture frame for this study of the mill.  pic taken 16th july 1965  c13101  pic to be used in edp dml 7th june 2014
Occupier Geoffrey Charles Brock strimming the undergrowith

From our archives: More memories of our fascinating past

This week I review some pictures from my series so far with additional information supplied by readers. My thanks, as usual, go to all who contributed.

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