A singer who was banned from performing at several north Norfolk car boot sales has written a song about the experience.

A resident has warned of a “huge backlash” if Cromer’s iconic boating lake is replaced with a crazy golf course.

A showtime cabaret event was such a success in 2017 they are doing it all again this year.

People in north Norfolk can have their say on plans for a controversial off-shore wind farm at a meeting hosted by MP Norman Lamb.

You would think that a little musical accompaniment at a car boot sale would go down well. But one singer/guitarist has been banned from performing at several sites following complaints.

Cromer will host the Rotary Club of Holt and District’s 12th annual golf day for the first time.

Pubs and beer gardens the length and breadth of the county erupted in celebrations as England took one step closer to a place in the World Cup final today.

A cliff fire involving bracken and gorse, near Cromer lighthouse, is believed to have been “accidental”.

Health staff and campaigners turned out in Cromer on Thursday to celebrate the 70th birthday of the National Health Service.

A host of children’s activities will be on offer in Cromer, North Walsham and Stalham during the six-week summer break.

A fire on a cliff near Cromer lighthouse is now under control, but crews will remain on site for another four or five hours dampening down.

Youngsters at a special needs school enjoyed live music and other activities at an annual festival.

It was the end of an era at a Norfolk lifeboat station as long-serving coxswain John Davies retired.

Military charities and organisations gathered in Cromer to celebrate the town’s Armed Forces Day.

Armed with litter pickers, buckets and sacks 25 volunteers headed to the beach at Overstrand, as our Big Coast Clean Up continues.

The body of a “lovable rogue” who was just 22 when he died will be carried to the funeral service in a fishing boat and tractor.

A former art designer who worked on Emmerdale Farm, now just Emmerdale, has been named man of the year at a slimming club, after losing 3st.

A Norfolk fayre returned on the weekend and was so successful it will be back next year.

A £3m project to transform a Norfolk school into an “environment suitable for learning” is finally complete after three years of hard work.

A charity is pleading with the government to delay the roll-out of Universal Credit across Norfolk.

Norfolk artist Samuel Thomas has donated an original piece of work, worth £1495, to raise money to help a seven-year-old boy get treatment in Germany.

Traditionally held around the Summer Solstice, the Aldborough fayre in north Norfolk stretches back almost 800 years to the 13th century.

Three of our 10 Hares Rocks have already been found by eagle-eyed GoGoHares fans in Cromer, Wymondham and Norwich - and today we reveal the clue for where the seventh rock will soon be waiting to be discovered.

Nearly one million people have visited Cromer Museum since it opened 40 years ago.

It was a day of football and fun as two groups of friends came together in memory of a much-loved dad.

Norfolk’s sight loss charity has received a £3,000 boost, following the generosity of audiences attending performances of Sister Act at Cromer’s Pavilion Theatre.

A north Norfolk couple are putting their passion for walking to good use, by trekking 1,000 miles for the second time to raise cash for vulnerable and disabled young people.

Students put forward their ideas for a greener, more eco-friendly school and town by ditching single-use plastics.

In a notoriously tough economy more and more independent businesses are being dragged under by increasing costs and less consumer demand.

The scene of one of Norfolk’s most heroic rescues appeared in the shallows of the North Sea this week, with onlookers questioning what it was they were witnessing.

A team of Cromer air cadets enjoyed a successful day in the Norfolk/Suffolk wing athletics championships in Ipswich, which is the biggest event in the calendar.

More than eight million trips are made to North Norfolk each year and a digital marketing campaign featuring 10 short films is being launched to attract even more visitors to the region.

A new volunteer hub for north Norfolk is being opened at Merchants’ Place community resource and learning centre in Cromer.

Smaller towns and villages near rail lines in Norfolk and Suffolk could receive a tourism boost thanks to two new brochures which aim to encourage visitors.

Normal for Norfolk star Desmond MacCarthy will open Cromer Hospital’s summer fete.

The new Mayor of Cromer has been revealed, with residents and the council alike pleased to see that a familiar and experienced face will be taking over office.

A classic vehicles show and vintage fair will be held to raise money for vital repairs at a 1,000-year-old Norfolk church.

It was hidden inside a Sheringham home for nearly a quarter of a century.

Patients and relatives sang the praises of Cromer’s new reablement unit at its formal opening.

Thousands of people are expected to descend on Cromer Pier when BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow arrives today (Thursday, May 24).

Two charity minibuses have been dressed to impress in bespoke vinyl graphics printed with their logo and details.

Money raised through a charitable scheme at a Norfolk crematorium will help children cope with the loss of a loved one.

People are invited to help shape the future of Norfolk when a roadshow comes to Cromer.

A Holt single mum is thought to be the first UK woman to complete a triple Ironman triathlon challenge.

After an appearance with Michael Portillo on the BBC Two series Great British Railway Journeys, and a highly successful sell-out concert in Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk Wherry Brass has announced details of its spring concert.

We love a good saying, so here’s a new one for us to use - respect your youngers.

Some of the brown-tail moth caterpillars that have invaded a Norfolk town will be removed from the cliffs to the west side of Cromer.

Calls have been made for steps leading from the Promenade to the beach in Cromer to be taped off to prevent people using them because of dangerous caterpillars that have covered the railings.

For many of us, bad weather is a minor annoyance – but for tourism businesses too much of it can mean the difference between managing or foundering.

Do you need to sell a house quickly but still want to achieve the best price? Nick Eley, partner at Watsons estate agents, discusses the new service of online auction.

An inquest has been opened into the death of a Norfolk man who died suddenly having drowned on holiday in Greece.

Motorists are being urged to take care after a hole appeared on a busy road.

Greater Anglia’s library scheme is a lovely idea, says Keith Skipper. If only the noisy folk in its carriages would take heed.

Sixty years today one of Norfolk’s greatest-ever entertainers died. Keith Skipper pays tribute to a man who was the living, breathing spirit of a county’s humour... Sidney Grapes.

A children’s author whose books are among the best read at a Cromer school officially opened its new library.

A north Norfolk church will be a sea of colour as it hosts two events over the spring bank holiday weekend.

It has been a fixture on the A149 coast road in north Norfolk for decades, and thousands of people will have driven by its prominent, green frontage.

A woman was conned into letting a man into her backgarden to mend a broken fence panel, and later discovered her handbag had been stolen.

A derelict north Norfolk hotel and outbuildings could be demolished to make way for eight new homes on the site.

A Cromer shopkeeper is undertaking a gruelling challenge to raise money for the Prostate Cancer UK charity.

New beach boards are being rolled out across north Norfolk to encourage people to spend two or more minutes picking up marine litter and plastic pollution.

Two North Norfolk radio presenters are aiming to put the region on the map in the US by providing a new British music podcast/broadcast in New York.

This will put a smile on your face.

A Norfolk council has apologised to a wheelchair-bound man and paid him £1,700 after being rapped over a housing complaint.

A north Norfolk church will once again host an eclectic art exhibition and sale of work by three Norfolk artists.

Many children exploring a new beach on holiday dream of finding a clue to a new adventure.

A landlady was left with a total bill of £4,700 after a tenant was left to live in damp and mouldy conditions that were affecting their health.

A couple are spending about £250,000 on the refurbishment of a popular Norfolk convenience store and post office.

The north Norfolk community has, for a long time, been discussing the proposal to bring a multi-million pound Community Sports Hub to the district.

An exhibition of work by Norfolk artists reflecting life on the coast through painting, textiles and sculpture is proving a hit in Cromer.

The Norfolk Coast has been a nationally protected area for 50 years, and today sees the launch of a series of exciting events to mark the occasion.

A supermarket, funerals and insurance group has seen profits rise after investing in its convenience food estate – including £4m in Norfolk.

A Norfolk choir will perform with the number one selling operatic trio Tenors Unlimited, the ‘Rat Pack of Opera’, at Cromer Pier.

A Norfolk campaigner for Changing Places toilets will be sitting in a shop window on a toilet in London raising awareness of the need for the facilities.

Entertainer and author Keith Skipper will be the special guest at the opening of a charity shop in North Walsham.

As Neil Haverson prepares to bring out his memoirs, he’s had a bit of explaining to do to Mrs H...

The Easter bunny made a surprise appearance on the Lowestoft branch line to celebrate the holiday.

A Norfolk newsagent ran a half marathon after losing 7st in just 10 months.

A dementia support group has been offered a place to eat by a former mayor, after appealing for help to celebrate Norfolk Day at the seaside.

It’s a debate that elicits passionate opinions on both sides.

More than 300 people attended the funeral of former Cromer mayor Tony Nash, and his widow Michele (Shay) greeted everyone of them as they left the parish church.

People from across the country will descend on Cromer when the town hosts the annual Walkers are Welcome get-together - and there’s a chance to find out more about the plans at a public meeting.

Break’s moongazing Chrome GoGoHare attended a special tasting event at Hot Rocks steak and seafood restaurant in Cromer.

Despite his positive outlook, Olly Kimber has not always had the easiest life.

Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they want to speak to in connection with the theft of about 20 bottles of alcohol.

Entertainment on offer at Cromer Hospital’s annual summer fete will include games, stalls and a car boot.

There was excitement on the north Norfolk coast today after reports of a lost penguin on Trimingham beach.

Investigations are continuing into a robbery at a north Norfolk post office.

Drivers can now use their mobile devices to pay at North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) car parks, as well as cash and card payments.

The chairman of North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) Richard Shepherd led a short service followed by the raising of the flag to celebrate Commonwealth Day.

Resurfacing work has been completed at Cromer’s West Promenade as part of North Norfolk District Council’s (NNDC) £1.5m regeneration project.

The message from the new leader at the North Norfolk District Council is clear: “Grow up and get on with it, for the good of north Norfolk.”

Some of north Norfolk’s most vulnerable members of society have gathered in Cromer to put their questions to their MP.

A helicopter is being drafted in to airlift heavy materials up Beeston Bump in Sheringham next week.

Adults with learning disabilities in Cromer can put their questions on national and local budget cuts to MP Norman Lamb at a special event.

Army and rail dignitaries will join museum staff at the presentation of the third nameplate cast for the Royal Norfolk Regiment steam locomotive, which runs on the North Norfolk Railway (NNR).

Churches in the Poppyland area of north Norfolk will be putting on the kettle to raise money for the Traidcraft charity during Fairtrade Fortnight.

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