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Norfolk’s woodlands offer some of the country’s places to witness spectacular displays of spring bluebells. And after a mild spring the blue woodland carpet should be glorious this year.

A historic train that once transported goods across the country will take to the tracks once again thanks to the Mid-Norfolk Railway.

Audiences are loving the toe-tapping and glamorous revival of 42nd Street in London’s West End, and among the musical’s backers is a former Norwich School pupil turned international businessman. Arts correspondent Emma Knights talks to Brooke Greville, chief executive officer of investment company G Entertainment.

She was a much-loved friend and daughter who died aged just 27 after a five-year battle with cancer.

Three organisations have come together to offer a wine tasting trip on a heritage railway line.

Our days out writer Sally White recently moved to Wymondham - and discovers just some of the delights of her new neighbourhood

She has been through not one, but two major cancer scares.

It is a psychological thriller featuring supernatural encounters and brushes with the afterlife.

A pipe and steelwork fabrication firm has joined the businesses supporting a children’s charity.

A buyer has been found for a Norfolk carmaker which went into administration - but it has been confirmed that 25 jobs have been lost in the process.

Airmen dashing about in goggles and leather caps, the purr of propellers, fragile biplanes lifting off and landing with a bump and a hop.

As part of our support of the Voluntary Norfolk Make a Difference in 2017 campaign, the EDP and its sister publications across the region are shining a light on voluntary groups and individuals. Reporter STUART ANDERSON spoke to some of the team at cancer support charity Star Throwers.

Mid Norfolk MP George Freeman has greeted residents at a Wymondham care home as part of a series of visits.

Two regional community projects have been selected to receive £1000 each, as part of the Persimmon Homes Anglia Community Champions scheme.

A tiger, a bear, monkeys and more feature in author George Szirtes’ new book of poems for children.

Controversial plans for a cycle path linking Wymondham to Hethersett have been amended after feedback from the public.

North Norfolk enthusiast Calvert Churchill joins his team-mates in the Belgian amateur team United Cycling tomorrow – and by Sunday he will be racing with them for the first time at Sint Joris Weert, east of Brussels.

A proposed 2MW anaerobic digestion unit for the rural village of Morley, near Wymondham, was described as “gargantuan” tonight as town councillors unanimously rejected the scheme.

A former employee of RAF Marham has admitted stealing the waste aviation fuel from Tornado jets to use in his own vehicles.

Here’s an act of kindness that shows how small the world is, if we want it to be.

One of the region’s biggest schools has once again earned an ‘outstanding’ grade from inspectors.

Norfolk company BBC Fire Protection Ltd has been taken over by critical maintenance services provider Marlowe PLC in a £4.1m deal.

Former Norwich and Wymondham player Aaron Swanborough has been appointed manager of the Eastern Counties women’s team.

A Wymondham campaigner for better support for people affected by Motor Neurone Disease has won a victory at County Hall.

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 passionate Parkrun volunteer.

The region’s local enterprise partnership has defended its decision to hand nearly a quarter of a million pounds to a Norfolk car manufacturer which has gone into administration.

A parish council is facing a huge increase to the amount it has to pay for having its dog bins emptied by South Norfolk Council.

More schools which would take children from age four up to 16 could be created as part of a wider scheme aiming to ease the strain on Norfolk’s school places.

A programme of creative activities designed to give older people and those with dementia opportunities to get active and socialise is set to expand again after receiving grant funding from a district council.

This Saturday we finally bid goodbye to 2016 – the year of celebrity deaths, Brexit and Trump. Make sure the curse of 2016 doesn’t continue into January 1 with our comprehensive travel guide to see you safely home on Sunday morning - we can’t do anything about the hangover though.

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