Environment

John Cheketts with one of the wardens' new radios.

Wells flood wardens test radios during exercise

Flood wardens in Wells took to the streets today try out new equipment.

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Five-year-old Year one pupils Tom Bryan and Finn O'Driscoll check for wildlife in Sheringham Primary School's newly-revamped pond. Photo: Karen Bethell

£4,000 charity grant helps Sheringham Primary School’s blossoming outdoor projects

An overgrown outdoor learning area at Sheringham Primary School has had a major revamp, thanks to a grant from a local charity set up more than half a century ago.

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Celebrations at Mautby church as £100k extension is finished

A dedicated congregation have had cause for praise - and celebration - after a much-needed £100,000 extension to their historic church was completed.

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A large area of sand dunes between the beach and the Haven holiday park at Caister which have been levelled.

Picture: James Bass

‘The entire village is angry’ - Residents speak out over Caister dunes work

Coastal residents have hit out at a holiday firm for digging over a stretch of beach without prior warning - claiming the work has “destroyed” much-loved dunes.

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Wind Turbine
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Shipdham and Bradenham’s despair as turbine appeal goes to High Court judge

Villagers are asking “when does no mean no?” after an energy firm which was denied planning permission for two wind turbines at a Norfolk farm has taken its case to the High Court.

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