It is time to raise the roof at a Last Night of the Proms charity concert in the wonderful Salvation Army Citadel in St Giles Street, Norwich, on Friday October 19.

A good versus evil tussle between two youngsters and a gang of child-hating witches is being staged by a youth drama group at Sheringham Little Theatre.

Norfolk’s chief fire officer hopes a lifesaving scheme which sees firefighters respond to medical emergencies in the county can be revived.

Tickets are now on sale for Sheringham Little Theatre’s Christmas and New Year panto, Beauty and the Beast.

A Sheringham couple had their locks sheared as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s Brave the Shave campaign.

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

A youth drama set in the First World War has raised money for a charity helping military veterans.

Five Norfolk Alliance teams saw their promotion dreams shattered at the weekend when Norwich dropped out of the East Anglian Premier League.

Environmental chiefs are working with nature to protect Norfolk’s communities from the damage caused by flooding.

A movie legend’s name will appear on a seat at a revamped north Norfolk theatre.

Rail company Greater Anglia is carrying out a review into why some of its trains to Sheringham have been terminated early.

The remains of a Luftwaffe bomber found on a Norfolk beach could find a home at an air museum in the county.

Young actors have stepped back in time to the First World War for a musical drama about conflict and comradeship – on the battlefield and in their home town.

The North Norfolk Railway’s 1940s weekend has been hailed a “huge success,” with events ranging from music and dancing, to ration book trails, a pigeon race and military vehicle parades attracting record crowds.

By the time you read this I should be well away from Ipswich on a delayed family holiday in the far north.

An investment management firm is looking to build up to 500 new homes near Thorpe St Andrew.

Two medical practices have been given the seal of approval by local health bodies for their work in making their surgeries dementia-friendly.

Members of the public are urged to nominate the community heroes who have made a difference in north Norfolk.

Youngsters growing up in a seaside town during the First World War find themselves with a battle of their own in an exciting musical heading to Sheringham Little Theatre.

A derelict seaside hotel could be demolished before the end of the year and another building put up in its place.

About 300 children and young people attended the Sheringham BeachLife activity week, which was held on the clifftop and beach at the end of August.

A Norfolk man whose relatives died in an air raid during the Second World War will say a few words at the unveiling of a civilian war memorial at Sheringham cemetery.

A north Norfolk authority has become only the seventh in the county to gain ‘Quality’ status from the National Association of Local Councils.

Pupils invite Sheringham town mayor Madeline Ashcroft and deputy mayor Liz Withington to their school’s first summer fete.

A baby in a “stable” condition was taken to hospital by air ambulance.

An air ambulance landed on the beach at Sheringham after it was called to a medical incident.

A number of trains have been cancelled between Norwich and the coast this morning, as well as delays to London.

Meet Maisie, a pet pooch with a stage pedigree, who has joined the cast line-up at Sheringham Little Theatre’s summer drama season.

A heritage railway has postponed its annual autumn steam gala due to fears that damage could be caused to the picturesque north Norfolk coast by fires along the line, because of the recent dry weather.

Several Greater Anglia trains have been cancelled in Norfolk today.

Students at Sheringham High School are celebrating another ‘outstanding’ year for A-level pupils.

Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner is continuing his tour of the county to seek views from members of the public about who should govern the fire service.

Fishermen are celebrating after claiming victory in a fight over a patch of land in north Norfolk.

A fishing boat had to be rescued and towed back to shore after it got into difficulty off the north Norfolk coast.

A Norfolk council will appeal a decision not to hold a public inquiry into controversial plans for two wind turbines.

A newly-qualified actor is waiting in the wings to make his summer drama debut back home on a stage where he first appeared as an eight-year-old.

Greater Anglia has defended its record on a busy north Norfolk rail route after two services were cut short part-way through their journeys within the past week, leaving passengers stranded.

Wanted – a friendly, relaxed and obedient actor, with four legs, a waggy tail and a cold, wet nose.

Colourful costumes, tasty street food, and fun for all the family.

More than 3,000 visitors were welcomed to an annual flower festival in north Norfolk, which raised nearly £11,000.

Community groups gathered to give members of Sheringham’s Royal British Legion branch a send-off ahead of their trip to the First World War battlefields.

Commuters are facing delays and possible cancellations this morning due to a signalling system fault.

The rarely seen Purple Emperor butterfly has been spotted at the National Trust’s Sheringham Park for a third year running.

Norfolk Day was marked across our region today with hundreds of events celebrating the weird and wonderful ways of Norfolk.

Tributes have been paid to a Norfolk teaching assistant and mother-of-three who set up a school charity shop to help children with special needs.

Passengers have been facing disruption on trains between Cromer and Sheringham and Norwich.

Crews have tackled two separate fires in Sheringham on the north Norfolk coast. Eight pumps, a water carrier and a support vehicle were at the scene of a field fire blaze in Weybourne Road.

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.

The streets of Sheringham were filled with the sound of tapping clogs and clashing sticks, as nearly 50 morris sides from all over the country danced their way into the record books at Sheringham’s 25th annual Potty Morris and Folk Festival.

Members of a school’s historical society are being encouraged to get involved in a Royal British Legion project to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

Shoppers have flocked to the new Budgens store after it re-opened in Harleston as part of a £1.25m redevelopment of Lawrences Garages.

Theatre-goers will have extra leg room when the seats are replaced as part of a £60,000 revamp next January.

One of the region’s most popular dance and folk festivals will celebrate its 25th anniversary at the weekend, with attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest Morris dance.

The sights, sounds and smells of summer and Christmas in 1860s America will surround showgoers at a pioneering piece of drama coming to Sheringham next month.

A gym, a brass band and the Benjamin Foundation are among the groups and projects given a boost in the latest distribution of funds from a council fund.

A man who was arrested at a Norfolk pub has been bailed until July 16.

A former Newsnight reporter who was diagnosed with autism aged 57 has become a public governor of the region’s mental health trust.

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

Greater Anglia has reported an “excellent performance” in the last month with punctuality on many routes more than 90pc during May.

Dog walkers and parents have been warned to beware of adders after a higher-than-normal number of Britain’s only venomous snake have been spotted in north Norfolk.

A crab and lobster-themed seafood trail around Sheringham saw nearly 20 cafés, pubs and restaurants tempt shoppers’ taste buds with speciality dishes created in their kitchens from fresh, local ingredients.

About £15,000 has already been raised towards the £75,000 target needed to pay for the restoration of six derelict bells at All Saints’ Church in Upper Sheringham.

It’s National Volunteers’ Week and one national charity has two bright stars to highlight.

Floral designers from towns and villages all over north Norfolk are busy preparing for one of the area’s biggest flower festivals, which opens at St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Sheringham, on July 5.

Areas of Norfolk faced a deluge on Saturday as heavy rain hit the county.

The life and times of one of the most fascinating photographers of the 20th century is to be covered in two planned exhibitions.

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.

A dog is feared to have drowned today in the sea off Sheringham after rescue efforts were scuppered by dense mist.

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

A higher-than-normal number of trains being in for repair has led to a shortage of seats on the Sheringham to Norwich train line.

Battling cancer patient Gretel Brice is working through her ‘bucket list’ by directing a youth musical production of Little Women.

Cromer and Sheringham Crab and Lobster Festival got off to a cracking start, with hundreds turning out to see local chefs in action at an open-air cookery theatre, browse more than 50 stalls and sample locally-produced food ranging from artisan bread, to pickles and preserves.

Testing has started on the first of Greater Anglia’s new regional trains that are due to transform services across Norfolk and Suffolk.

A woman is training for a charity bike ride as part of her recovery from breast cancer.

Fifty years of praise at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Sheringham will be celebrated with a special anniversary event.

A US woman is helping a Norfolk man stitch together his family tree, after reading about a new civilian memorial on the North Norfolk News website.

The final touches are being made to a popular convenience store and post office as part of a £250,000 refurbishment.

Business chiefs say the future prosperity of businesses in Norfolk require “fit for purpose” transport links as figures show crippling low average journey speeds between the county’s towns.

A Norfolk man has waited most of his life to see a memorial erected to honour three members of his family that died as a result of air raids in the Second World War.

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.

Neighbours have spoken of watching a dramatic rescue from a block of flats in Sheringham, which is being treated as arson.

A north Norfolk community is set to remember the men who died during the First World War with a floral tribute and a brief history of their military careers.

It’s been a long wait but a new purpose-built community centre costing £600,000 is now open in Trimingham, near Mundesley.

A play that was inspired by the north Norfolk seaside resort of Sheringham will be playing at the town’s Little Theatre early next month.

A “fitting tribute” concert was held at Sheringham Little Theatre in memory of bushy-bearded, booming-voiced town crier Tony Nelson.

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.

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

A team of cyclists from a North Norfolk church has completed a 256-mile ride and raised £1000 for a school in Uganda.

More than 70 children and teenagers joined in battles, dance routines, singalongs, comedy and cops and robbers chases in Bugsy at Sheringham Little Theatre.

The North Norfolk Breathe Easy group raised £500 for the British Lung Foundation (BLF) last year.

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

Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre has been given a musical makeover in the latest production from Norfolk Youth Music Theatre. Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more from director Adrian Connell.

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 new Sheringham Carnival competition is offering people the chance to win a cash prize just by taking a selfie.

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

More than 70 young actors are filling the stage at Sheringham Little Theatre for the fun musical Bugsy Malone.

About 2,000 people are expected to use a new path up Beeston Hill in its first weekend alone.

Best known as Sheringham’s bushy-bearded, booming-voiced town crier, Tony Nelson was also a key player at the Little Theatre, where he acted, directed and had two spells as chairman.

An elderly resident was escorted from a property by fire-fighters after a blaze in Sheringham.

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