A lifeboat stalwart who has died from cancer aged 58 will be given a seafaring send-off at his funeral on Monday.
A woman who cooked breakfasts for the cast of Dad’s Army as well as nurturing the fledgling careers of many EDP reporters has died aged 90.
A foster mother who gave happy childhood memories to more than 40 youngsters has died peacefully.
Her determination to fight injustice wherever she saw it inspired decades of work supporting the transgender community.
From an inauspicious start to his career at County Hall, when he failed to get a nomination to stand as councillor from his own party, John Alston went on to become a “great champion” for Norfolk.
Friends of a motorsport photographer who died of lung cancer have promised “his legacy will live on”.
The chairman of the North Norfolk Railway has died after a short illness.
The grateful village of Felmingham has named a new development Anderson Close in recognition of an all-round community stalwart.
Former librarian Rosemary Rix put her talents to good use in writing her community’s newsletter for 19 years.
Priest, teacher, singer and cook - Roger MacPhee was known and admired by thousands in many walks of life.
A former East Anglian artist, designer, teacher and philanthropist has died at his home on the Isle of Wight at the age of 103.
Tributes have been paid to a well-known shopkeeper and musician.
She was a friend to all as she delivered letters and parcels on her Dereham round, but now a whole community, including its four-legged members, is mourning the death of its favourite post lady.
A former north Norfolk head teacher, known and respected by thousands of pupils, has died, aged 93.
Alice Mary Symonds, who has died at 93, was a Wroxham-born grandmother who ran a village shop, her story was accepted by Norfolk Record Office as an example of the life of Norfolk people during the 20th Century.
Carl Adams, the entertainer who saved Gorleston Pavilion from closure and helped to make theatre the successful venue it is today, has died.
A former prisoner-of-war who was instrumental in the creation of a unique memorial in Great Yarmouth has died aged 93 – just weeks after laying a wreath at the Remembrance service in the town.
A shocked Aylsham is mourning the loss of Liz Jones, who had been at the forefront of community life for decades.
A well known Great Yarmouth jeweller has died at the age of 92.
Well-known north Norfolk fisherman and former lifeboat coxswain Jack “Joyful” West has died at his Sheringham home aged 88.
Tributes have been paid to the Mayor of Lowestoft, who died this morning.
A chatty market trader known for his smiling face and cheery manner has died aged 88.
Tributes have poured in to Brian Potter, who turned Potters Resort in Hopton into one of Norfolk’s largest holiday businesses.
Family, friends and civic leaders gathered to pay their last respects to one of Norwich’s great horticultural heroes.
Bill Webster was one of Norwich’s great champions who helped make our fine city “blooming marvellous.”
An RAF officer who helped defend Norfolk’s east coast during the devastating 1953 floods has died, aged 85.
Tributes have been paid to a businessman who developed a successful East Anglian fruit and vegetable company.
Dr Bill Hamilton-Deane, who has died aged 89, was an unconventional family doctor who found fame as a swimmer and was courted by movie moguls.
Former North Walsham mayor Dave Robertson was a man of many talents, forthright views and had a great sense of commitment.
The boss of one of Norwich’s theatres has paid tribute to Lynda Bellingham, describing the actress and a “great personality” and an “enduring inspiration.”
Tributes have been paid to one of the city’s great horticultural champions who was seen by many as “Mr Norwich in Bloom.”
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