March 9 2014 Latest news:
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.
Patients and volunteers at a hospice which is trying to raise money to switch premises say a move is badly needed because they do not have enough space in their current building.
A charity which is trying to raise enough money to move to a new £3.5m hospice has put its current premises on the market – and is hoping a benefactor could come forward with an offer.
It will have been a very brave bird that visited one west Norfolk village over the weekend as it was taken over by an army of scarecrows.
A musician who was raised in King’s Lynn will return to her home town today to play there for the first time.
Personnel from an RAF Tornado squadron have returned to their Norfolk base after a four-month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The High Sheriff of Norfolk has paid a visit to one of King’s Lynn’s favourite heritage sites.
Donors have been urged to sponsor a brick of a new £3.5m hospice being built to meet Norfolk’s growing need for end-of-life care so equipment can be bought to ensure patients spend their final days in comfort.
A new hospice designed to meet Norfolk’s growing need for end-of-life care has today been given the green light thanks to a £510,000 government grant.
A local hospice service that began life as an idea being discussed around a kitchen table has celebrated 25 years of bringing comfort and support to those in need.
Great entrepreneur, “Mr Norwich City”, and an ardent supporter of good causes, Geoffrey Watling achieved a great deal for Norfolk in his lifetime, and his legacy continues today.
Dozens of communities across Norfolk are this morning celebrating windfalls of up to £100,000 after hearing that funding bids for key construction projects have been given the green light.