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It has one of the largest collections of Girlguiding memorabilia in the UK, from uniforms and badges to magazines and scrapbooks.

The lives of people at a Norfolk asylum in the 19th century are on show this week at a thought-provoking exhibition.

November 20 is St Edmund’s Day, the feast day of the ‘last king of East Anglia’ and – some would say – England’s proper patron saint. But where do his bones lie? Trevor Heaton explores the twists and turns of a centuries-old mystery.

Future visitors to Great Yarmouth’s soon-to-be refurbished seafront Waterways will have the perfect place to shelter from the winter’s worst or enjoy a sunny summer sit-down.

Future visitors to Great Yarmouth’s soon-to-be refurbished seafront Waterways will have the perfect place to shelter from the winter’s worst or enjoy a sunny summer sit-down.

A lottery bid for £1.4m will be made to rejuvenate a busy conservation area in the heart of King’s Lynn.

Pupils at a Watton school have contributed to preparations for the centenary celebration of the Royal Air Force.

Plans for a £3.3million landscape conservation scheme focusing on the wildlife-rich and historically important watery world where the Brecks meet the vast flatlands of the Fens has won vital initial backing from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

A hidden time capsule has been just one of the discoveries made at one of Norfolk’s oldest churches as it undergoes restoration.

Norfolk features the largest cluster of medieval churches in the world. It’s even said you can’t see a horizon in the county without there being a church spire in it.

Nearly £4m has been awarded to a Broads water, mills and marshes project.

A £1million campaign to create a vast new nature reserve in the Broads National Park has reached an important milestone.

A Breckland museum set to open next year is looking for volunteers.

Visitors will be able to experience Norwich Castle like never before at an upcoming ‘digital takeover’ event.

A volunteer group which has spent more than 20 years helping to look after one of the region’s beauty spots has been presented with a royal award.

A campaign to create and share memories of growing up outside is set to be on tour throughout the autumn.

More than £10,000 has been raised in the first few weeks of a fundraising campaign to help transform Norwich Castle’s keep.

A project to transform a derelict building into an arts and heritage project has been given a valuable £100,000 boost.

After hundreds of hours of painstaking work, a Victorian masterpiece has been returned to its former glory at a Norfolk Church.

The search is on for people who have memories of Norwich’s lost City Station and the once-busy railway lines which ran to the north and east of the county.

One of the last remaining thatched churches in Breckland has received £250,000 in funding to help secure its future.

People are being given the chance to snap up Norwich’s historic dragon as well as medieval swords and armour as part of a new adopt an object scheme being launched today to support the transformation of Norwich Castle keep.

The soapbox derby will be returning to Hunstanton this weekend after a 30-year hiatus.

A wildlife charity will be offering people the chance to get closer to nature for free, thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

A thousand-year-old church with a mysterious past on the North Norfolk coast is to receive almost two hundred thousand pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

A range of workshops and activities will offer visitors to Thetford Forest a chance to learn about the area’s heritage.

As Norwich Castle embarks on a £50,000 campaign to help fund a major transformation of the keep, actor and presenter Stephen Fry has spoken of why the historic city landmark is so special.

It is a case of back to the future with a 21st century project to restore Norwich Castle’s keep to its former glory as a medieval palace. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

People are today urged to make themselves part of history - by helping to raise thousands for an ambitious project which will transform Norwich Castle’s iconic keep.

A creative exhibition of hand-crafted texiles, inspired by historic devotional cushions found at a former church will take place in Great Yarmouth from today to Sunday.

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