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Historic England are calling on the public, history groups and experts to help them create a list of the 100 buildings and places which best tell England’s remarkable story and its impact on the world - and St. George’s Guildhall in King’s Lynn could just make the shortlist.

More than 50 people attended the official opening of Sustead Common nature reserve in North Norfolk.

An impressive period building set over four storeys which was formerly Clarke’s hardware store is attracting huge interest from potential buyers ahead of its public auction at the end of the month.

It could be the sale of the year. The former Clarke’s ironmongers, is considered such a rarity on the market, because of its size, history and location, that the agents marketing it have been inundated with interest from those wanting to buy it.

The National Trust’s Felbrigg Hall has hit back at claims they are ‘exploiting’ their workers, by insisting the move to increase volunteers’ shifts from three to five hour shifts was actually supported by the Hall’s volunteering body.

They are symbols of longevity – and abiding mystery. Trevor Heaton looks at the life and times of the yew, and how it links in with East Anglia’s ancient story.

They came carrying their deckchairs and rucksacks as if to a social event rather than a live concert.

Visitors to Sheringham Park had a chance to meet wartime workers ranging from a farmer’s wife, to a pair of Women’s Timber Corps ‘Lumberjills’, at an annual living history weekend organised by a team of National Trust staff and volunteers.

Back in the late 1990s the Ibiza dance scene blew my mind as I was wowed by its sheer scale and decadence.

Chilled out Ibiza party classics will meet classical singing and Last Night of the Proms pomp at a very different Blickling Proms this weekend.

Tickets are still available for the Great British Proms at Blickling Hall on Saturday night - but Classic Ibiza on Friday is sold out.

One of Britain’s most elusive butterflies has twice been spotted at the National Trust’s Sheringham Park in north Norfolk.

The National Trust hit headlines this week after a conflict with a group of volunteers at Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk.

The National Trust has reversed its policy forcing volunteers working at Felbrigg Hall to wear rainbow lanyards and badges, in support of a Prejudice and Pride campaign.

A group of volunteers at Norfolk’s Felbrigg Hall hit the headlines this week after a conflict with the National Trust.

She has accused the the conservation organisation of plundering “someone’s personal privacy for commercial gain”.

A colourful bunch of characters turned out for Sheringham parkrun on Saturday.

East Anglia’s largest one-day agricultural show returns to the National Trust’s Blickling Park on Bank Holiday Monday.

Volunteers at Felbrigg Hall have described their “heart break” after being forced away from their volunteering posts following the revelation that their beloved benefactor was homosexual.

A hidden gem of the Norfolk Broads will be welcoming wildlife lovers and seeing off competitive snails at an open day on Sunday.

He was the last lord of the manor at Felbrigg Hall - a much-loved squire from a bygone age.

Storming the castles at Castle Rising, Castle Acre and Framlingham

A celebration of cuddly toys and their stories will be held in a Great Yarmouth museum from Friday until September 5.

One hundred years ago, Vanessa Whinney’s great-uncle lost his life in one of the worst, but least-known, naval disasters of the First World War. This is the story of Sidney Wodehouse Upcher, a Norfolk sailor with a brilliant future, cruelly snuffed out.

Edinburgh Fringe winning performance poet Luke Wright shares his, sometimes reluctant, love of East Anglia.

Discover East Anglia’s history and heritage with these top 25 historic sites.

Roman Polanski once said that “cinema should make you forget you are sitting in a theatre” and there are plenty of places to see films outdoors this summer across East Anglia.

Charity bosses at RSPB Minsmere have said goodbye to the BBC Springwatch studio – marking the end of an era for the east Suffolk reserve.

Farms through open their gates to the public as part of Open Farm Sunday, its Diss Carnival, there is a celebration of steam on the Broads, countryside crafts and pursuits at shows or take a bungee plunge for charity.

It’s June - which means it’s officially summer. And if you fancy something a little different from the usual trips to the beach, here’s 20 outdoors events to get you out of the house and into the sunshine.

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