Norman Sanders had a wife, six children and no money when he took over a bus company 41 years ago.
Tributes have been paid to a Norwich-based writer, translator and teacher who championed the voices of Tamil people and was made an MBE for her services to literature.
He was a pillar of the community who spent his life in the service of others.
A Sheringham lifeboat stalwart was given a fitting send-off this week, when crew members carried his coffin down the aisle of a packed St Peter’s Church for his funeral.
A much-loved grandfather who enjoyed a successful career in the chemical industry has died peacefully aged 82.
Hundreds gathered at Wymondham Abbey to pay their last respects to a horseman and farmer who enjoyed success as both a rider and trainer.
Daniel Liffen who has died aged 81 was the first and possibly only person to swim out to Scroby Sands and back from Great Yarmouth’s north beach.
Friends and family have paid tribute to a Cromer woman who devoted her time to the town’s carnival.
A well-known member of Norfolk’s business and building community has died aged 78.
They left a legacy of selflessness and tireless dedication. And now fitting tribute is being paid to Cromer’s community champions who devoted time and effort to helping others.
Air Vice Marshal John Howe, who has died aged 85, followed a distinguished flying career with a new life on terra firma as a Norfolk sheep farmer - and loved both.
Tributes have been paid to a Norwich magician remembered by many as an impressive showman extremely dedicated to his craft.
Communities have rallied to help after widow’s plea to give her war veteran husband a fitting funeral.
As a teenager, he fought at the Battle of Kohima, one of the Second World War’s most pivotal - and brutal - clashes. But unlike many of those he served alongside, Stanley William Allen survived to return home and enjoy a long life.
They were unsung heroes who devoted time and effort to helping others. Now a fitting honour is being made to commemorate the work of Cromer’s selfless community champions.
Bandmates of a Norwich man who died after falling from the city’s bus station have paid a warm tribute to a friend and talented musician who was “a joy to be around”.
Mary Birkbeck, of Little Massingham, passed away in hospital on January 8, at the age of 84.
Tributes have been paid to a master photographer who was passionate about capturing images of Norfolk and beyond and was a great inspiration to others pursuing a career in his craft.
Horace Wilkinson was known as an institution of Wymondham for his dedication to many projects and organisations in the community.
A Norwich theatre has paid tribute to a backstage legend who worked at the city venue for more than 40 years.
For more than half a century Elsie Nash devoted her time and passion to the Royal British Legion (RBL).
Gerry Grimes loved Aylsham and devoted countless voluntary hours to making it a thriving community.
Tributes have been paid to a former Norwich City directors who has died, aged 85
A celebrated baker whose eponymous shop has served generations has died aged 78.
Tributes have been paid to a popular surfer who dedicated countless hours training others to save lives.
A special memorial service is to be held to celebrate the life of a Norwich art teacher who inspired countless pupils over more than three decades.
A former pub landlord is to be granted his final wish, as his body will say one last farewell to the pub he ran for more than a decade.
Roy Keith Blackwell who along with his late brothers Peter and David, was a founding partner of R K Blackwell printers has died aged 90.
David Musson, who has died aged 79, devoted his career and retirement to the National Trust and the conservation of the English countryside.
They came to remember him on the steps where he often sat, under the sign of the town that adopted him.
Normandy veteran, well-known Cromer businessman and golfer, John Eastbury, has died aged 95.
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