Environment

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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The cliffs at Hunstanton. Picture: Ian Burt

Hunstanton Cliffs named in the top 10 for people’s favourite geology sites in the UK

Chosen for its fossils and striking contrast of red and white chalk, Hunstanton Cliffs has been named as one of the top 10 geological sites in the UK and Ireland.

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Wraysbury Quagga Mussels. Picture: (c) David Aldridge Cambridge University

Destructive mussels could soon be in the Broads

Boaters and anglers are being warned to take precautions against the spread of one of the biggest threats to British wildlife and the Broads.

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Philip Poll helping to clear up Kettlewell Lane Park in King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Volunteers turn out in rain to clean rubbish ridden Lynn park

Volunteers turned out in the rain to clean a once pleasant woodland park, now overflowing with rubbish, beer cans and needles.

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