Victoria van Hyning from Zooniverse carries boxes of diaries from the First World War as the diaries are going online for the first time to mark the organisation's centenary programme, at the National Archives in Kew, west London.
Jason Welch has carved a 230ft version of the Bayeux Tapestry. Picture: Ian Burt
Andy Ponce, the husband of SSGT Afton Ponce, pays his respects in front of her body armour, rifle and dog tags during a memorial service for USAF crew members Captain Sean Ruane, TSGT Dale Mathews, SSGT Afton Ponce and Captain Christopher Stover, at US Airforce Base Lakenheath in Norfolk who died when their helicopter crashed during a training exercise along the North Norfolk coast at Cley Next The Sea on he evening of January 7th 2014. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday January 17, 2014. See PA story MEMORIAL Helicopter. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire
Scenes from the memorial service held at Salthouse Church for the four USAF aircrew, that died in the helicopter crash on Tuesday night - The 4 candles are lit in memory. Picture: Matthew Usher.
Percy the pig, who was found all alone by staff at Gordon Signs and is now safe and being looked after at Hillside Animal Sanctuary. PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY
Roger Lloyd Pack relaxing in his Norfolk garden in 2001. Photo: Bill Smith
Maxine Brown and her daughter Laura visiting the Chinese water deer they rescued which is being looked after by Hillside animal sanctuary. Photo: Bill Smith
Head teacher, Nicola Cushion, and the pupils of Hethersett Woodside Infant and Nursery School, dress in clothes from the 70's for the school's 40th anniversary. From left, Kieran Poundall, 7; Layla Watts, 6; Harry Cheal, 6; Lyndon fox-William, 5; Teri-Mae Baggley, 6; Zak Thompson, 5; Mylo Joiner, 5; and Lillie-Mae Welsh, 4. Picture: Denise Bradley
Geoffrey Crosskill, 92, who has been playing at Eaton Golf Course for over 80 years. Picture: Denise Bradley
The ECC Topaz sinks. Photo: Sophy McCully RNLI Lowestoft