Dan Grimmer Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Public affairs correspondent firstname.lastname@example.org @dangrimmer24 More than 100 caught speeding on A47 in police crackdown Mon, 20:54 Dan Grimmer More than 100 vehicles were spotted speeding in a 40mph limit on the A47 at Gorleston. Parents welcome children’s centres rethink, but fresh fears raised Yesterday, 17:55 EDP Reporters Parents have welcomed a rethink over children’s centres which would see more of them survive, but anger still surrounds Norfolk County Council’s proposals to shut 38 of the 53. Hopes that sale of historic city home could lead to ‘Grand Designs’ type makeover Yesterday, 13:44 Dan Grimmer Hopes have been raised that an historic Norwich home, which council officers blocked from being knocked down, could get a new lease of life through a ‘Grand Designs’ type makeover. Drop in new Norfolk apprenticeships prompts call to woo better quality tutors Yesterday, 11:09 Dan Grimmer More must to be done to get quality tutors into Norfolk’s colleges to train the next generation of apprentices, council leaders have said. Two men charged over Norfolk armed robberies Mon, 22:48 Dan Grimmer Two men are to appear in court after they were charged over armed robberies in Norwich and Attleborough. Updated Eight more children’s centres could be spared axe in Norfolk cuts rethink, but anger remains Yesterday, 08:15 Dan Grimmer Eight more children’s centres in Norfolk could be spared the axe, after a rethink by council leaders, but opposition councillors say there remains a risk children will miss out on crucial support. Steamy shower triggers firefighter call-out Mon, 22:02 Dan Grimmer A steamy shower triggered a call-out for Norfolk firefighters. Updated ‘I will have to turn to food banks’ - county councillors to consider care charge change today as fears mount Mon, 08:27 Dan Grimmer “It is hitting the poor once more. I will have to turn to food banks “ - one of hundreds of responses to a controversial move to charge thousands of vulnerable people more for their care. Pubs join fundraising for family of former soldier who died in crash Friday, January 11, 2019 Dan Grimmer More pubs are joining in a fundraising drive to support the family of a former Royal Anglian soldier who was killed in a New Year’s Eve car crash. NDR Western Link would cause ‘unacceptable damage’ to habitats, warns wildlife trust Friday, January 11, 2019 Dan Grimmer All four potential routes for the Norwich Northern Distributor Road Western Link will cause “unnaceptable” damage to vital habitats for animals, plants and birds, wildlife watchdogs have warned. Video WATCH: How much longer are journeys taking in Norwich due to roadworks? Friday, January 11, 2019 Dan Grimmer The latest phase of work on the multi-million-pound shake-up of how traffic uses the area around Prince of Wales Road in Norwich started this week. Crash blackspot to be made safer thanks to new £1.2m roundabout Friday, January 11, 2019 Dan Grimmer A crash blackspot could be made safer thanks to a new £1.2m roundabout, after it was picked to benefit from a share of £20m being pumped into Norfolk’s roads. Bid for £1m Norwich bus station revamp, new £1.5m roundabout and city bike share scheme lodged Thursday, January 10, 2019 Dan Grimmer Money for a £1m revamp of Norwich bus station, a new £1.5m roundabout and more cycle routes is being sought from a multi-million pound pot of government cash. Trial of ‘pop-up’ libraries in Norfolk reveals they would cost too much Thursday, January 10, 2019 Dan Grimmer A trial of ‘pop-up’ libraries concluded they would cost twice as much as mobile libraries to run, but only after councillors had already agreed to mobile library cuts. Parents to learn fate of Norfolk’s closure-threatened children’s centres Thursday, January 10, 2019 Dan Grimmer Parents and campaigners will soon find out if councillors are likely to push ahead with proposals to close all but seven of Norfolk’s children’s centres. Community to come together to discuss next move over controversial Anglia Square revamp Thursday, January 10, 2019 Dan Grimmer The controversial £271m revamp of Anglia Square will come under the spotlight at a public meeting tonight to discuss what the community’s next moves should be. Norwich City Council set to back Western Link for NDR and A47, but reject one of the routes Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Dan Grimmer City councillors are to give their verdict over routes to connect the Norwich Northern Distributor Road to the A47 - with officers urging them to back all options, except one. On The Snowball, City: Why the British Embassy in Oslo has a Norwich City supporting snowman Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Dan Grimmer It’s a case of On The Snowball, City... Updated Driver on the run after fleeing crash Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Dan Grimmer Police are searching for a driver who ran off after being involved in a car crash. Train passengers face delays and cancellations because of fault Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Dan Grimmer Train passengers using services between Norwich and Sheringham are facing disruption because of a train fault. Driver arrested after police discover knife in car Wednesday, January 9, 2019 Dan Grimmer A man was arrested after police found a knife when they stopped to check his vehicle.