Environment

The Norwich in Bloom team after Sunflower Sowing at City College Norwich.

Norwich gardeners urged to grow for gold with sunflowers

The artist Vincent Van Gogh was fixated with them and they are often the first flower which young people attempt to grow in their back gardens.

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Yellow rust in Oakley wheat at North Lopham in March

Yellow rust threat to wheat crops, warns Norfolk adviser

Cereal growers must check wheat for yellow rust infection, warned a Norfolk-based adviser.

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Feature on the 40th anniversary of the Norfolk Coast as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cliffs between Overstrand and Cromer.
Photo: Simon Finlay
Copy: Steve Downes
For: EDP Sunday
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Stunning 25-mile stretch of Norfolk’s coast to be opened up to walkers

A 25-mile stretch of the Norfolk coast will soon open to ramblers, becoming part of the longest natural trail in England it has been announced.

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Water quality is the best it's ever been off our beaches. Picture: Ian Burt

Graphic: Find out how your beach scores in new coastal report

Last summer didn’t just bring us week after week of beach weather - it didn’t do our beaches any harm either.

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Volunteers, including south Norfolk MP Richard Bacon, participate in the Dickleburgh clean up.

Volunteers give south Norfolk villages a spring clean

Regular visitors to two villages may have noticed a difference at the start of this week.

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