A Viking ship, a Back to the Future time machine and a 1980s-style roller skate were among the crazy contraptions trundling through Sheringham town centre as part of the annual carnival street races, which saw crowds in their hundreds line the pavements to pelt competitors with flour-filled paper bags and water bombs.

Sunshine, songs and smiling faces made for a spectacular first day of Sheringham Carnival, which launched on the Leas clifftop gardens with the crowning of the carnival queen and her attendants.

Hundreds of people lined the streets in Sheringham to show their appreciation of the RNLI, as it celebrated 150 years in the town.

Tributes have been paid to Sheringham’s first Town Crier, Tony Nelson, who passed away - just hours before he was due to be publicly recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

A major announcement is expected early next week over the future of one of North Norfolk’s most popular visitor attractions.

A teenager from north Norfolk is continuing a family tradition which began with his great-great-grandfather almost 100 years ago - by joining his local fire station.

A pint-sized army of Dane warriors got decked out for battle, at a craft workshop held at Sheringham ahead of the town’s annual Scira Viking festival.

A teenage horde of Norse warriors from Sheringham Woodfields School went on the rampage at the town’s Tesco store, ‘kidnapping’ a staff member and pillaging food ahead of the upcoming annual Scira Viking Festival.

Cash-strapped council chiefs have revealed four “key” sites across north Norfolk could be developed to help balance the books, as part of its latest budget proposals.

Pitched battles are expected in the streets when the vikings invade Sheringham next month.

The biggest classic car club in Norfolk marks a major milestone this year.

One of Norfolk’s top tourist attractions is celebrating a record-breaking 2016, with visitor numbers up for the fifth year running.

Now organisers hope it can become an annual event to rival the Boxing Day dip in Cromer.

There was a festive feel to the parkrun in Sheringham this weekend.

Tots at Ladybird Pre-School Nursery, Sheringham, danced and sang their way through a traditional Christmas production featuring wise men, angels and a stable full of farmyard animals.

Sheringham Primary School Year 1 and 2 pupils had all the right ingredients for the perfect festive show, in a modern-day take on the nativity entitled Christmas Recipe.

Kind-hearted youngsters at Sheringham Primary School have collected more than 20 boxes of storecupboard staples and Christmas treats for needy local families as part of foodbank charity the Trussell Trust’s reverse advent scheme.

When artist Jenny Comper decided to make an exhibit for a crib festival at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham, she was keen to create something traditional, but ‘a bit different’.

A pensioner who piled on the pounds after her mother died revealed her life has changed and she is the happiest she has ever been after shedding five stones.

A supermarket worker who found love among the aisles is celebrating his engagement, after proposing to his partner over the store tannoy to the delight of cheering customers and colleagues.

Children at Sheringham Primary School got an insight into the workings of local government, when they visited the town council offices this week.

Police also seized £9000 in cash and a Porsche in raid.

A pair of specially-made crocodile puppets will spell double trouble for Captain Hook at a north Norfolk pantomime.

A family dressed as fireworks joined the fancy dress fun.

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