Environment

In a Vulnerable Place by Steve Waters.

UEA lecturer investigates climate change in new play at Norwich Arts Centre

Playwright and UEA creative writing lecturer Steve Waters is tackling the subject of climate change in his new play debuting at Norwich Arts Centre this week.

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Liz Truss

Poll: Large-scale solar farms are a “blight” on the countryside says Liz Truss - but do you agree?

Environment secretary Liz Truss, (pictured), has hit out at large-scale solar farms calling them a “blight” on the countryside as she announced plans to axe a subsidy for the schemes.

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SHRINKING SANDS: This aerial picture by Mike Page shows how a section of Lowestoft beach has been affected by erosion.

picture: MIKE PAGE

Lowestoft beach repair work is to start soon

Work to protect the seawall and promenade at Lowestoft beach is due to get underway this week with the delivery of Norwegian rock to the site, Waveney District Council has announced.

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Suffolk Wildlife Trusts annual Apple Day and Autumn Fair at Redgrave Fen. Brothers Jack and Thomas Peacock with the creepy apple creations.

Visitors found out more about their fruit at Redgrave Apple Day

Ever wondered what the difference is between a Granny Smith and a Royal Gala?

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Britain in Bloom judges greeted by Bill Webster, Chloe Smith and an assortment of Norwich characters at the Assembly House. Photo: Bill Smith

Trio of accolades for Norwich at national horticultural awards

Norwich has once again shown how “blooming marvellous” it is after the city scooped a trio of accolades at this year’s RHS Britain in Bloom Awards.

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