Paintings by well-known Norfolk artist John Midgley will be on show at the Anteros Arts Foundation, Norwich, this month, in an exhibition celebrating a decade of painting and drawing the lesser-known back roads and urban areas of the county.

Aspiring musicians have been able to get advice from industry professionals at free panels in Norwich.

A retirement estate under construction in Wymondham will be named after rugby club legend and architect Bob Sutton, it has been announced.

Train enthusiasts and families will be able to enjoy rides in a Norwich park and donate to a trio of worthy causes this bank holiday.

It’s August - which means it’s officially summer. And if you fancy something a little different from trips to the beach, here’s 18 outdoor events to get you out of the house and enjoying the sunshine.

With the school holidays starting today, here are ten places for families to enjoy swimming in Norfolk and Suffolk during the summer break.

Zaiphan Morris has seen first hand what winning a Southern Area title means to a stablemate – now he’s hoping to stake a claim for his own shot.

A film created by a Norwich agency which tells the story of a photographer injured in Afghanistan has featured at an international film festival.

Jamal Lewis is making a positive first impression on Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke.

When construction workers at Cinema City stumbled across a mysterious signed photograph, they would have been stunned to realise it was an image of Norwich legend, Louis Marchesi.

Norfolk Museums Service and Norfolk and Norwich Festival are among the key arts organisations across the region celebrating confirmation of major funding securing the future of projects up to 2022.

Tributes are being paid to the man who was instrumental in the building one of Norfolk’s largest motor groups.

Looking for something to do in Norfolk between June 12 to 18? Arts correspondent Emma Knights highlights 15 shows and events to enjoy.

A team of cyclists is riding 212 miles to celebrate one of Norfolk’s oldest charities anniversary, but this cycle team is not your usual yellow jersey group as some members are blind or partially-sighted and will be riding on tandem bicycles.

“Labels are for jars and luggage” - that was the message from members of a Norwich organisation who visited the region’s ambulance trust, to talk about the challenges they face when receiving emergency treatment.

A film examining how design and technology can change existing industries will be screened for free at a Norwich event.

Months of training is about to pay off for runners from around the region preparing to haul themselves over the finish line at the London Marathon this morning.

Cobbled roads, rural pathways and coastal walks, Norfolk has a plethora of streets that are a pleasure to explore. Here we have collected just 11 of the most pretty streets in Nelson’s County, in celebration of Elm Hill in Norwich being named the seventh prettiest street in Britain.

Preston fan John Roper takes a look at today’s Deepdale clash against the Canaries.

It’s a site which became steeped in controversy for the way people were moved out, but now Norwich’s Greyhound Opening could become home to an increasingly uncommon feathered favourite.

Reading manager Jaap Stam has warned his team against complacency at Carrow Road today.

Norwich City fans want new sporting director Stuart Webber to go back to his former club in the Canaries’ search for a new head coach.

As part of our regular series of profiles on the region’s Young Farmers’ Club (YFC) members, HARRIET GREEN talks about her role in the financial side of agriculture.

It would appear to be an easy decision – Fleetwood Town or Norwich City – but former Everton star Andy Hinchcliffe believes the choice would be tough for Uwe Rosler... should he have to make it.

Residents in a secluded city cul-de-sac where a shocking sex attack took place during a morning crime spree today told of their shock.

An Angling Trust-sponsored exercise described as ‘family fishing’ commences free of charge on the Barford Lakes on April 5 and 12.

A new scheme to pump £5m into re-energising Norwich city centre, attract more tourists and help businesses to thrive is appealing for public support.

A Norwich drama group for children and young adults is looking for new members to appear in a production of James and the Giant Peach.

Cyclists have today defended themselves against criticism for not using Norwich’s multi-million pound network of cycle lanes.

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