Anne Edwards

Anne Edwards, Great Yarmouth Mercury editor

Anne Edwards is editor of the Great Yarmouth Mercury, and community editor for the Yarmouth Advertiser.

Three brave men from Great Yarmouth who had the strength to make a healthy change have lost 10 stones between them.

A member of Dusmagrik Young People’s Theatre Company won a major award last week.

An old farm tumbrel, donated by Fleggburgh farmer Peter Flowerdew will form the centrepiece of the Filby’s roadside floral displays, for this year’s Anglia in Bloom Competition.

A Norfolk animal charity mounted a rescue mission after a pet owner’s two rabbits had bunnies… and bunnies… and bunnies.

The 1st Ormesby Brownies completed their annual litter pick last week.

Pupils at a Gorleston school wore red, white and blue, or wedding attire, for their own celebration of the Royal Wedding.

Dogs of all shapes and sizes and breeds competed in a fun dog show to raise funds for Caister Lifeboat at the weekend.

An iconic family-owned department store in Great Yarmouth is in advanced talks for a takeover.

Beccles Museum is hosting a special book signing day on Friday, May 25 when local author Sheila Hutchinson will sign her latest book, Reedham and Berney Arms Railway.

The Great Yarmouth and Gorleston lifeboat carried out a medical evacuation 21 nautical miles offshore this morning.

The Royal Air Force celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, and this week a group of former service people gathered to mark the milestone.

The high tide and bad weather overnight has resulted in further loss of cliffs at Hemsby.

It’s bright and breezy and it’s the official song recorded as “the official song of Great Yarmouth as authorised by the corporation.”

More than 100 scarecrows will feature at a village’s popular annual event.

A gift that could save lives was presented recently.

Scratby, California and Ormesby now have a team of Community Speed Watch volunteers who are watching for fast drivers coming through the villages.

Thirty-six players turned out to play in the opening of the Acle outdoor bowls green and on a fast running green competition was friendly and fun.

A local scout group have been trying their hand at radio presenting as part of their tasks to achieve their communicator activity badges.

A showcase of comedy, music and other entertainment will be performed at St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth on Thursday and organised by Harbour Radio.

A companion dog show is being held to raise funds for the dementia team at the James Paget University Hospital.

The Great Yarmouth and Gorleston branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution is holding an open recruitment day for prospective shop volunteers.

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