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As Dereham Carnival announces a one-off change for this year’s festivities, the Times has searched the archives for photographs of celebrations from years gone by.

It is one of Dereham’s biggest success stories of the past half decade - the revival of the town’s carnival following its 22-year gap.

It is known for its beauty and tranquillity and now a north Norfolk moor, internationally recognised for its importance to wildlife, is receiving more than £800,000 towards a major expansion.

A community charity on the north Norfolk coast has been given £800 to improve facilities to help local organisations.

Police are appealing for witnesses after an elderly woman sustained serious chest and neck injuries following a crash with a car.

Residents of a mid-Norfolk market town who are interested in policing in the local area are being invited to air their views.

It was a seven-year journey which started with a view from a conservatory, but now the couple instrumental in restoring a forgotten Norfolk landmark are hanging up their clogs.

It may be just a mound of dirt, but the mystery surrounding it has got residents of a mid-Norfolk market town talking.

A new charity shop has opened in the centre of Fakenham to support people in Norfolk affected by cancer.

An annual game of remembrance has raised hundreds of pounds for a mid-Norfolk Royal British Legion branch.

A group of farmers are on “high alert” after items estimated to be worth hundreds of pounds were stolen during a weekend crime wave in mid-Norfolk.

A man has been taken to hospital and a number of arrests have been made following a fight in a Norfolk village.

In her latest column on parenting issues VICKI COCKERILL, from Dereham, looks at the special relationship between children and care home residents...

Youngsters from a Norfolk primary school have been working on their support skills as part of a recruitment drive to attract new members to its popular Friendship Squad.

A scheme which is supported by scientists and operated at a London museum has made its way to Norfolk.

Two fire engines were called out to reports of a washing machine fire in north Norfolk.

A man has been charged with “assaulting an emergency service worker” in north Norfolk.

Three mid-Norfolk charities have received a share of more than £8,000 following a fundraising initiative by a Dereham supermarket.

Hundreds of mini superheroes and their families helped to raise hundreds of pounds at a special fundraising walk in aid of Denver Clinton.

It is often said that all’s well that ends well and for a group of dogs found abandoned on a rural road in north Norfolk, it is a fact.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s 250 mini superheroes being lead by a world champion boxer through a Norfolk market town.

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