David Bale

A group of people gathered at a memorial that marks the site where a Second World War bomber crew died in north Norfolk.

Spring bulbs including anemones, crocus and daffodils will take centre stage as Norfolk opens its gardens to the public.

A north Norfolk group’s 2019 pantomime promises to be full of outrageously colourful costumes, laughter and music.

Tha’ was a fun owl’ day at thur East Tuddenham Jubilee Hall when thur Friends of Norfolk Dialect (FOND) staged its annual pantomime.

Two specially-commissioned footballs created by Turner prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger are on show at Youngs Park, the home of Aylsham Football Club.

Pupils have made a New Year’s resolution to reduce plastic waste through a new recycling scheme.

Three crews were called to a fire in Fakenham, but it was put out before their arrival.

It’s been a fixture in Aylsham for more than 100 years, but a newsagent and bookshop is downsizing and moving to a smaller building along the Market Place.

A man’s body has been found in water at Wells harbour by emergency services, police have confirmed.

Updated Three-vehicle crash in north Norfolk

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Emergency services were called to a three-vehicle crash between Cawston and Aylsham today.

‘All Things Bright and Beautiful, All Creatures Great and Small’ is the theme for this year’s Colkirk Arts festival.

New specialist departments, including toys, musical instruments, and architectural, are planned at a Norfolk auction house.

A teenage motorcycle racer beat the boys to win the British Mini Grand Prix winter series.

A tenant ended her contract with a social housing landlord after her flat was flooded following an explosion.

A popular and treasured verger at a Norfolk church has retired after eight years of faithful service.

A fixture in a Norfolk market town for 47 years, Newlands in Stalham High Street is closing at the end of the month.

A beach cleaner collected 17kg of plastic from West Runton beach.

A Norfolk-based charity that helps young people fulfil their potential had its most successful year to date, and intends to better that record in 2019.

Nominations are being sought for the unsung heroes who have made a difference to the lives of people in Cromer in the last year.

Four RNLI crew members in Cromer are now qualified to go out on a shout.

A grandmother has praised the community spirit in Norfolk after an 18-carat gold wedding ring she lost on a beach was found by a metal detectorist.

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