North Norfolk District

A housing association will pay back residents at one of the retirement homes it manages, after they were overcharged.

Whether you were a fan of the Beatles, Thunderbirds, vintage scooters, or just liked cheap beer, the Cromer ‘60s festival had it all.

A record 400-plus vintage vehicles lined up on Sheringham’s main car park this morning, for the start of the tenth anniversary North Norfolk Classic Vehicle Club (NNCVC) St George’s Day run to Holkham Hall.

A report into shopping habits in north Norfolk has revealed mixed results with some town centres faring well and others in need of improvements.

A childminder who claimed a lack of childcare in a growing north Norfolk seaside resort means some children may be missing out has found new premises which could allow her to care for more youngsters in future.

A Public Inquiry will start next week into a planning application to build up to 200 homes at Sculthorpe which was turned down by North Norfolk District Council.

Thunderbirds creator Gerry Anderson was expected to be one of the star attractions at a new festival celebrating the Sixties in Cromer this weekend.

Housing developer Lovell has started work on a £58m development comprising 213 new homes in Holt.

The boating pond at North Lodge Park, Cromer, has been extensively refurbished and refilled in readiness for the main visitor season.

Business owners and residents in Fakenham will be able to have their say on the future of a popular car park which is at risk of being developed on.

Campaigners fighting controversial plans to double the size of a village near Fakenham with 200 new homes are in confident mood ahead of a public inquiry starting this month.

North Norfolk will be represented by eight fewer district councillors in future under boundary review recommendations.

A village in north Norfolk has become the first in the North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) area to complete its Neighbourhood plan.

A friendly frog, a yellow chick and a greedy magpie were just some of the characters welcoming youngsters and their families to an Easter egg hunt held at Sheringham beauty spot Pretty Corner.

A funding bid to the Coastal Communities Fund for an ambitious ‘Deep History Coast’ project to showcase North Norfolk’s unique coastal archaeological and historical features and boost the local economy has not been successful.

Business owners and councillors are hoping to boost business and infrastructure in a traditional market town ahead of a predicted house-building boom.

A trio of district councillors have stepped in to pay unexpected charges for a popular and historic football tournament which raises money for the Cromer RNLI lifeboat.

North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) is holding a consultation on planning applications as it reviews its Local Validation Requirements.

The full impact of a rates overhaul on businesses in our region can today be revealed - including a Norfolk pub hit by a 1,300pc increase.

Speeding motorists will be targeted in rural north Norfolk with mobile vans set to be re-located to the area.

People will have a chance to question Norfolk’s chief constable when the police accountability forum is held in Cromer tonight.

Bosses at North Walsham Town FC have set out their vision for the future, after a dream move to a new football ground was scuppered by councillors.

Three teenagers who risked their lives to save others while on holiday in north Norfolk have been given an award for heroism.

A long-running wind farm debate in north Norfolk is set to be dragged out further after a council announced plans to appeal against a decision made by the Planning Inspectorate.

People will have a chance to question Norfolk’s chief constable when the police accountability forum is held in Cromer next week.

Council bosses intend to press ahead with plans to redevelop a derelict hotel on Sheringham seafront via a compulsory purchase order , if necessary.

A strange humming noise has been reported in Cromer - and is leaving local residents scratching their heads.

A campaign to shame dog owners into cleaning up after their pets in north Norfolk is beginning to pay off after a couple were fined for failing to pick up at a local beauty spot.

Putting the future use of Fakenham’s Highfield Road car, lorry and coach park in the melting pot does not remove from North Norfolk District Council the obligation to maintain it to standard which the public is entitled to expect.

Club bosses in North Walsham have admitted they don’t have a “contingency plan”, after planners refused a new 200-home development in the town which held the key to a new football ground.

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