Environment

Fine spring weather and colourful flora in Eaton Park on Sunday afternoon . Photo: Steve Adams

Photo Gallery: How Norfolk’s parks are among the finest in the country

East Anglia has some of the finest parks and green spaces in the country, according to environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.

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Grey seals at Blakeney Point

Did you hear about the great romance between the seal and wind turbine? New research claims technology behind coastal love affair

It is one of Norfolk’s most unlikely love affairs but now, according to latest research, new technology has stolen the heart of some of the county’s most famous animals.

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Alphorn players Helen and Neil Grundy blow their 10ft instruments at Snettisham in celebration, after villagers learned they had won their campaign to have the beach footpath declared a public right of way. Picture: Chris Bishop

Victory for villagers in Snettisham Beach access row

Hundreds took to the beach at Snettisham to celebrate today, after villagers won their fight to have a disputed stretch of shingle declared a public right of way.

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Ewan Mess has spent the past 13 weeks canoeing the Broads. Here he is with his canoe and belongings. Picture: Hilary Franzen

Canoe dad spends 13 weeks in paradise on the Broads

Adventurous Ewan Mess has been living and breathing the Broads’ blissful waterways for the past 13 weeks.

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Hemsby: six months on from the tidal surge in December 2013.
Where the old Hemsby lifeboat shed stood.

Picture: James Bass

Fight goes on for Hemsby coastal campaigners after funding blow

Coastal campaigners have been dealt a blow in their mission to protect Hemsby’s fragile beach after their bid for £2.3m of funding was turned down.

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