September 21 2014 Latest news:
Norfolk Lavender will be celebrating the first harvest with its annual festival this weekend.
“Let’s build something the town can be proud of” – that is the determined call from the owners of the fire-ravaged former department store in Fakenham, as discussions begin on the site’s future rejuvenation.
A competition to blow bubbles from hot molten glass helped to inflate the fundraising total as a Norfolk glass-making firm held a charitable open day this weekend.
Support groups are warning that thousands of carers in Norfolk and Suffolk may be missing out on vital help, as a week dedicated to carers gets under way.
The community of Fakenham is today coming to terms with the loss of one of its most recognisable buildings after a major blaze ripped through the historic heart of its market place.
Eight people are set to take part in the Virgin London Marathon to raise much needed funds for The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House today.
A determined fund-raiser for charities including Norfolk’s churches and the Tapping House Hospice, Lady Guinness, has died suddenly aged 77.
Organisers of the 38th vintage vehicle rally at Stradsett are hoping visitor numbers top 5,000 this year.
Jugglers, illusionists and Peanuts the Clown brought the fun of the circus to vulnerable, disabled and disadvantaged children during a performance at Hellesdon High School today.
Vulnerable, disabled and disadvantaged children will have the opportunity to see jugglers and illusionists at the weekend when the Circus Starr rolls into town.
A charity has said that it will give a commemorative medal to anyone individual or community organisation which raises £300 or more towards its bid to build a new hospice in its 30th anniversary year.
A charity which plans to open a long-overdue £3.5m hospice for Norfolk next year has pledged to build closer ties with the county’s NHS services – to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place.
An expanding Norfolk hospice has been given a boost through a £12,000 donation from a school.
There was some festive fun at the Walks, King’s Lynn, as nearly 100 runners took part in the annual Santa Dash for charity.
Hundreds of Santas will be taking part in a sponsored dash in King’s Lynn.
It is often said that writing has the power to change the world - now, a team of therapists at a hospice in West Norfolk are hoping to use the impact of the written word to help patients and their relatives deal with their emotions and support them in their hour of need.