Bill Nash, of Swan Farm, Worstead.

Farmer, Second World War veteran and community stalwart Bill Nash raised many thousands of pounds over the years for the Royal British Legion.

Dr Terry Mitchell, a well respected doctor who was instrumental in setting up the Sandra Chapman Unit at Gorleston's James Paget Hospital, has died.

A “compassionate and caring” doctor who was a leading light in the development of a specialist cancer centre at Gorleston’s James Paget Hospital has died aged 74.

Age Concern North Norfolk is mourning the sudden death of befriending service manager Elva Gledhill (left) seen here with Mundesley pensioner Ros Emslie and volunteer befriender Barbara Ashton. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

The sudden death of a much-loved charity worker and former Cromer special constable has left family, friends, colleagues and clients stunned.

Bill Blackiston on the quay at Blakeney. Picture: Ian Burt

Soldier, fuel company director, hotelier and fund-raising daredevil pensioner Bill Blackiston has died aged 87.

Paula Wiseman who died suddenly on holiday in France was a former chairman of Great Yarmouth Inner Wheel.

Family and friends of a busy and caring Great Yarmouth community worker have been shocked by her sudden death on holiday in France.

Abbie Gooch and her partner, Ryan Lewis, who are fundraising along with their family, for a cuddle cot for every delivery suite, after they used a borrowed one at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital when their daughter, Luna-Mai was stillborn. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

For young parents Abbie Gooch and Ryan Lewis, the first 48 hours with their precious baby girl were filled with cuddles, pictures and quiet moments.

David Peel lighting a candle. Well wishers pay their respects to Sergio at St Stephen's Underpass in noon vigil. Picture: Archant

Norwich South MP Clive Lewis was among those who gathered in St Stephen’s underpass to pay their respects to homeless man “Sergio” who was found dead last week.

The City of Norwich School. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A coroner has offered her sympathy to the family of a former City of Norwich School student who took her own life.

Mark Sawyer upon a Norfolk punt. Photo: Submitted

A team of boatsmen and women have taken part in a day long race on the Broads in memory of their friend.

Alan Green Obit. Picture: Supplied

A consultant surgeon at four Norwich hospitals, Alan Green, who has died aged 87, had a remarkable instinct for accurate diagnosis.

Molly Stibbons at the Cromer hospital official opening. She also sang, as a schoolgirl, at the opening of the previous hospital in 1932. 

A retired nurse who was a guest of honour at the opening of Cromer’s new hospital has died aged 94.

North Norfolk artist James Bucknill, who has died

North Norfolk artist James Bucknill has died, aged 87.

Keith Harris and Orville.

Ventriloquist Keith Harris, famous for his act with his puppet duck Orville, died today aged 67, his agent said.

Gerry Jarvis

Tributes have poured in to former borough councillor and all round “lovely man” Gerry Jarvis who showed huge commitment to his seaside community in a range of spheres.

Norfolk Character (for Back of Sunday), Chairman of North Norfolk District Council; Cyril Durrant.
Picture; Sam Robbins
Copy; Richard Batson
Copyright EDPpics 2003 (01603) 772434

Tributes are continuing to come in for long-serving north Norfolk councillor Cyril Durrant, who has died aged 83 after an illness.

Cyril Durrant during his last spell as chairman of North Norfolk District Council in 2003. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Cyril Durrant was a larger-than-life character who graced the county’s council chambers, countryside and rugby fields with his big heart and good humour.

Mary-Jane Kingsland with her husband Adrian Kingsland, pictured in 2014. Photo: EDP

Friends and colleagues have paid tribute to a sparkling business mentor, wife and mother who has died aged 56 after a short and sudden fight with cancer.

Ruby Butcher, founder of Ruby's Tea Stall on Norwich Market, has died aged 91.

Tributes have been paid to the founder of a popular tea stall on Norwich Market.

Building a replica of a Viking trading vessel from the keel up for the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall presented a unique challenge for boat builder Brian Cumby, who has died.

A Great Yarmouth-born art student who went on to forge a worldwide reputation as a builder of wooden ships and historical constructions has died, aged 64.

Flight Lieutenant Henry Stockings (DFC), who was in Bomber Command. He later lived in Poringland, and died aged 98 on February 10, 2015. Picture: SUBMITTED

A prisoner of war who played a part in The Great Escape tunneling effort has died peacefully aged 98.

Sea Palling lifeboat stalwart Sam Sheldon

A lifeboat stalwart who has died from cancer aged 58 will be given a seafaring send-off at his funeral on Monday.

Nora Bullen

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.

Patricia Hewett, who died on February 12, 2015, aged 87.

A foster mother who gave happy childhood memories to more than 40 youngsters has died peacefully.

Barbara Ross OBE who has died (Feb 2015)

Her determination to fight injustice wherever she saw it inspired decades of work supporting the transgender community.

John Alston, High Sheriff of Norfolk, at home in his garden at Besthorpe Hall with dogs Sophie and Cara.
Photo - Denise Bradley 3 of 7
copy - Keiron Pim
For:   EDP centro
City: Besthorpe, Norfolk
EDP pics © 2004 tel 01603 772434

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.

Mark Callf who said

Friends of a motorsport photographer who died of lung cancer have promised “his legacy will live on”.

Clive Morris, who was chairman of the North Norfolk Railway. Picture: STEVE ALLEN

The chairman of the North Norfolk Railway has died after a short illness.

Violet Anderson pictured in her Maundy outfit on the day she met the Queen in 1996. Picture: SUBMITTED

The grateful village of Felmingham has named a new development Anderson Close in recognition of an all-round community stalwart.

Rosemary Rix

Former librarian Rosemary Rix put her talents to good use in writing her community’s newsletter for 19 years.

Rev Canon Roger MacPhee. Picture: PAUL DAMEN

Priest, teacher, singer and cook - Roger MacPhee was known and admired by thousands in many walks of life.

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