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Tributes have been paid to David Shepherd, the former owner of North Norfolk Railway’s (NNR) popular Black Prince locomotive, who has died.

They are just a few miles apart and rivalry between Sheringham and Cromer in north Norfolk has always been intense.

Four friends took part in a great adventure when they cycled from one animal sanctuary to another wearing animal-themed fancy dress to raise money.

Firefighters from Norfolk stations will no longer respond to medical emergencies, raising fears lives could be put at risk.

History fans turned out in force at Sheringham and Holt this morning, as the North Norfolk Railway’s annual 1940s weekend got underway with songs, stories and spam sandwiches.

It was a case of love at first sight when Norwich railway worker Tom Harbord met fellow vintage fan Sarah Evans at a dance held as part of the North Norfolk Railway’s 1940s weekend three years ago.

Five friends wearing animal-themed fancy dress are cycling 30 miles from one animal sanctuary to another to raise money.

Calls have been made for a Norfolk councillor to be reprimanded and removed from a position of leadership at a parish council, after she was found to have breached the code of conduct.

Every possible vantage point was taken by people desperate to see steam locomotive 90775 haul a special train from the North Norfolk Railway (NNR) at Sheringham, after its revamp.

A field in north Norfolk may not be the first place you would think to look for bejewelled relics, but one Norfolk resident was just that lucky.

A multi-million pound project which could prevent homes in north Norfolk from sinking into the sea has been launched after a development agreement was signed.

It’s normally its sister railway bridge less than a mile away in Cromer Road that is notorious for being clipped by tall vehicles - but this time it happened at the Norwich Road bridge in North Walsham.

A former famous Norfolk regiment and a very different kind of war hero are to be honoured in a ceremony at Sheringham.

North Norfolk District Council has been urged to check the potential health impact on residents, and push for the least physically demanding option, should the Hornsea Project Three development be built 120km off the coast.

The region’s biggest green lifestyle event, organised by North Norfolk District Council, is back.

Passenger numbers were “good” at North Norfolk Railway’s autumn steam gala, despite one of the guest locomotives not being present.

Pensioners could benefit after planners agreed that more than 130 new retirement homes will be built in north Norfolk.

North Norfolk is set to be transported back in time for a celebration of the style, culture and character of the wartime era.

A selfless street sweeper has been hailed a hero after he dived into the sea to save two girls from drowning during his rounds in a North Norfolk seaside resort.

Do you remember when Diana came to Sheringham?

It is still one of the busiest train lines in Norfolk, bringing tourists to the coast.

A north Norfolk railway station will be festooned in bunting when volunteers hold their annual tea party to raise funds for the gardens.

A magical musical road trip panto is the highlight of Sheringham Little Theatre’s newly-released winter line-up.

August Bank Holiday is fast approaching and along with it comes the much anticipated three-day spectacle, north Norfolk’s friendliest festival, Trunchonbury.

A north Norfolk community amateur sports club can offer youngsters more training courses and expand, thanks to a grant from Sheringham Shoal Community Fund.

Students are celebrating at Sheringham High School after it recorded a 70pc pass rate at A*-C grades in its A-Level results.

A fundraiser known as the Three Peaks (Norfolk) challenge held at the end of the Sheringham Carnival raised more than £2,000 for charities and good causes.

In another theatrical win for seaside rep, the Sheringham Little Theatre hosts the world premiere of this new play by James Cawood.

One of Britain’s most elusive butterflies has been spotted for a third time in north Norfolk.

A successful music festival on the North Norfolk coast is set to return for a second year.

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