David Bale

Visitors to one of Norfolk’s most popular coastal spots are being warned of the dangers of getting cut off by the tide, ahead of this weekend.

A popular heritage steam railway has received a grant of £46,500 towards reinstating train services, ahead of its reopening on Wednesday, July 8.

A family wants to build a room for a brave boy fighting a rare form of brain cancer, so they can care for him at home.

A burglar duped an elderly resident into letting him into his home and stole £100 in cash.

A country estate in north Norfolk is welcoming pre-booked visits again, as part of the easing of lockdown restrictions.

An investigation into the cause of a fire that destroyed Budgens in Holt is still ongoing.

A father-of-three who died in a crash was not wearing a seatbelt and had taken the vehicle without consent, an inquest has heard.

Saturday, July 4 is the big day when pubs, restaurants, campsites, hotels, and caravan sites, can all reopen again. Reporter DAVID BALE found out how north Norfolk’s normally booming hospitality sector is getting ready.

A charitable organisation hopes to raise £800,000 to transform a former garden centre into a training and development centre for disadvantaged people.

Dozens of people took part in a clap for Budgens staff in Holt, following the devastating fire that destroyed the town’s only supermarket.

An all-female buddy film shot in north Norfolk will be shown on Amazon Prime.

Police are not linking two incidents believed to have involved weapons in north Norfolk last week.

Five more EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices) shops in our region will reopen next month, as part of the easing of lockdown restrictions.

A £75,000 plan to put a set of historic church bells back into use for the first time in 90 years has been delayed after the coronavirus pandemic left volunteers unable to lend a hand.

A 20-year-old man who was wanted for breaching the terms of his licence has been arrested.

A ‘pop-up’ post office will open within Bakers and Larners department store in Holt on Friday, June 26.

An appeal has been launched to save a heritage centre which attracted about 2200 visitors last year but has been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A final delivery of weekly parcels has been made to North Walsham hospital staff by its Friends group.

Staff at two wind farms off the Norfolk coast have helped the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic by sewing ear savers and shaving their head, respectively.

A new street food market is coming to a north Norfolk pub.

More than £6,000 was raised for the Mind mental health charity in memory of a Norfolk man who took his own life aged just 28.

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