As part of our support of the Voluntary Norfolk Make a Difference in 2017 campaign, the EDP is shining a light on voluntary groups and individuals. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE spoke to a teenager who publicises a rescue support service across Norfolk and Suffolk.
Loyalty and hard work are traditional characteristics of East Anglian farming, and every year the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association join with employers in the sector to recognise some of the men and women who have carved long careers on the land.
One of north Norfolk’s oldest and best-loved tourist attractions is celebrating 40 years in the industry this weekend, with a fairy-themed garden party featuring cabaret performers, live music, children’s entertainment and a picnic.
As the biggest event in our county calendar and a richly royal occasion, there’s every excuse to make your time at the Royal Norfolk Show something truly special. And while you’re dressed up in your show finery, head over to the Eastern Daily Press marquee at stand 216 for a gin and tea with the EDP.
The University of East Anglia is bringing its world-leading research and academic experts to the show (stand 181, avenue 6) this year, with a drop-in schedule of short interactive talks and hands-on demonstrations open to everyone. Check these out...
The Grand Ring programme offers an impressive line-up of action-packed displays and events. The programme includes some old favourites as well as two very special displays. So look out for our seven of the best...
The show has always been a magnet for visitors who like their food and drink (most of Norfolk, in other words) so we’ve put together a few of the treats that are going to tickle the taste buds as you make your way around the area dedicated to you.
It’s June - which means it’s officially summer. And if you fancy something a little different from the usual trips to the beach, here’s 20 outdoors events to get you out of the house and into the sunshine.
Next month’s Royal Norfolk Show will bring 700 businesses together with 80,000 potential customers to seal deals and network with clients. CHRIS HILL explores the value of these two summer days to the county’s economy.
The Royal Norfolk Show has secured a fittingly regal spectacle as the centrepiece for this summer’s event, which will once again celebrate the best of the county’s food, arts, enterprise and entertainment.