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over 500 people take part in the EACH colour dash at Eaton Park.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

The skies may have been grey, but the scene below was a burst of colour, as a crowd of around 500 took part in a charity fun-run with a difference.

Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Detectives in Lowestoft are investigating after a woman was stabbed by a man she stopped to ask for directions.

Action from the first day of Pedal Norfolk on the Holkham Estate. Picture: Ian Burt

Riders ranging from toddlers to grandparents and novices to an Olympic medallist were among those taking part in the third annual Pedal Norfolk Festival.

Action from the Shopkeepers Olympics in Fakenham Market Square. Pictured are Megan Shortland, Kim Lane, Jo Marsh, Adrian Vertigan and Nikki Pearce. (from left) Picture: Ian Burt

It may have been a weekend of titanic sporting clashes, but in Fakenham, there was only one contest on people’s minds.

For one weekend only the village hall of Morston becomes the largest bookshop in the county to raise money for the village church.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Canny dealers mingled with holidaymakers and locals at a book sale which has become a major north Norfolk bank holiday attraction.

Nepalese brothers Thaman and Top Khadka have spoken of the their relief that their immediate family who are still in Nepal are safe and well after the earthquake which struck the country on 25th April killing over 7,000 people. They run the Nepalese restaurant The Bank in Sheringham with their family pictured from left Balkumari, Top, Raman, Rohit, Thaman and Pabitra.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A Nepalese man who lives in Sheringham has spoken of his relief on hearing that his immediate family are safe and well after the earthquake which struck there.

The annual Bungay Lions classic vehicle rally held at Earsham Hall. 

Picture: James Bass

Wartime Jeeps, classic Chevrolet Corvettes and a Lamborghini were just some of the vehicles on display at the Bungay Lions’ classic vehicle rally.

The 8th Martham Scarecrow Festival.
May 2015

Picture: James Bass

From SpongeBob Squarepants to a shipwrecked pirate, scarecrows of all styles and sizes have sprung up around a Norfolk village.

The 3rd Horning Boat Show.
The show is the launch event of the Broads Outdoors Festival.
May 2015.
Model boats on the River Bure.

Picture: James Bass

With visitors travelling from up to 200 miles away and arriving before the gates opened, the signs are that the Horning Boat Show is getting more popular every year.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Detectives in Lowestoft are investigating after a woman was stabbed by a man she stopped to ask for directions.

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Action from the first day of Pedal Norfolk on the Holkham Estate. Picture: Ian Burt

Riders ranging from toddlers to grandparents and novices to an Olympic medallist were among those taking part in the third annual Pedal Norfolk Festival.

Business

Chancellor George Osborne. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Manufacturing growth posted a surprise slowdown to its weakest pace for seven months in April in a blow to George Osborne just six days before the General Election.

Education

Former pupils and teachers of the Eden Hall School in Bacton which helped sick children rest and recuperate hold a reunion and unveil a plaque marking the site of the former school which has been turned into housing. Pictured is Angela Lockwood who was deputy matron from 1968 to 1972, unveiling the plaque.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Laughter rang out and old friendships were renewed at a Norfolk seaside boarding school reunion with a difference.

Politics

(Left to right) Prime Minister David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg. Photos: PA

David Cameron came out top in a snap poll following the last major TV event of the election campaign - but the majority of viewers said it would not change their mind on polling day.

Environment

Lynx  Photograph: Erwin Van Maanen

Plans to reintroduce the lynx to Norfolk woodland has been branded as potentially “catastrophic” for parts of the farming industry.

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