Mental Health Watch

Our Mental Health Watch campaign was launched in October 2015. Its aims are to reduce the stigma around mental health issues, raise awareness as well as campaign for improved services in Norfolk and Suffolk, where the trust is in special measures.

An Attleborough woman is one of just 40 from across Europe who will be taking part in the final of a beauty contest.

It has been more than 1,000 days since Roger Pratt was murdered while on a dream holiday to St Lucia in 2014.

A photograph has captured all the fun of the fair from Great Yarmouth’s Easter Fair.

A specialist valuation day will be held in Cromer for collectables including coins, stamps, clocks, watches, silver and gold.

A chef from Norwich has graduated with the highest grade from the Royal Academy of Culinary Arts.

Doughnut fans queued for 10 hours when Krispy Kreme opened in Norwich last year and now the company are bringing something a little bit different to the city.

A well-known councillor has called growing demand for meals at mid-Norfolk’s food bank a disgrace after recent figures show a significant increase since 2016.

Police are looking to trace a woman from Carlton Colville who went missing earlier this morning.

A well known face in Norfolk’s business community is poised to retire from a regional law firm, as he takes up a historic role.

An investigation is now under way into which off duty police dog reduced garden furniture to a pile of neatly-chewed foam rubber.

Emergency services are currently at the scene of a serious crash in Brome which is blocking the road.

A public inquiry begins today over a controversial planning application which could see a village near Fakenham doubled in size.

Tha’ss time ter come alonga me and see if yew kin git 10 out of 10 agin.

The new manager of one of Norwich’s major shopping centres has said he is looking forward to the challenge after returning to the business.

One of the region’s hospitals has been handed £1m to help ease pressure on its accident and emergency (A&E) department this winter.

More than 9,000 three-day emergency food supplies were given out in Norwich over the last year, with almost a third of those going to children.

Norfolk’s biggest business lobbying organisation has named its new chief executive.

A new educational federation should focus on training more young workers to support growing sectors in the east while providing educational opportunities for disadvantaged students, one of its main supporters has said.

Virgin Money has said it would keep a close eye on rising consumer debt levels as credit card balances jumped 8% in the first quarter.

A team of family members from Thetford were unable to crack the Eggheads on the popular BBC Two quiz show which was broadcast last night.

Fresh concerns have been raised by small businesses about the movement of labour from the EU after Brexit.

A reinforcement of uniform rules has seen more than a dozen youngsters told not to wear trainers for school in less than a week.

The price tag of school uniforms, lunches, kit and trips is setting the average parent in the region back up to £720 per child every school year.

Parts of Norfolk woke up to snow showers today as temperatures plummeted.

Women of punk rock will be uniting in Norwich later this month to raise money for a local charity that helps victims of domestic abuse.

Fakenham is to host its fifth annual charity football match and fun day, with all profits going toward a mental health and child bereavement charity.

The eighth week of searching a landfill site in Cambridgeshire for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague could be a crucial one, according to his mother Nicola Urquhart.

These images achieved notable positions at Bungay Camera Club’s ‘Doors, Walls and Windows’ themed competition.

The latest Waveney District councillors’ monthly drop-in surgery for Carlton Colville residents will be held next week.

Do you fancy a brew? If so, Suffolk-based Adnams has just the answer after bringing together the best of two British staples – beer and tea.

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