Some councillors believe the building, in the Queens Road Cemetery, could be turned into an “attractive public facility” for concerts, weddings and events, as well as council offices and a meeting room.
A year ago Norfolk baker Joe Henry rode out on his bicycle from Fring. Today he rode into Holt, 26 miles away, having passed through 30 countries and pedalled 18,000 miles in the intervening 12 months.
Here’s how a new Aldiss store in Fakenham town centre is expected to look after the previous store was destroyed by a blaze which also ripped through seven flats and two neighbouring shops two years ago.
After months of planning and preparation, and one postponement due to poor weather, a group of Fakenham Academy Norfolk students launched a High Altitude Balloon (HAB) into the Near Space region of the earth’s atmosphere reaching a height of 26,533m.
Bus operators that operate a popular service to and around the Norfolk coast have agreed to look into how the service can be improved following a public meeting last night in Thornham, near Hunstanton.
Clare Vassallo’s son Freddie, now aged 10, has attended Fakenham Children’s Daycare Centre, on Field Lane, before and after school and during the holidays since 2007. Its support enabled her to return to work full-time.