Donna-Louise Bishop

For many parents, guardians and carers of young children, it can be difficult to find the right words to explain coronavirus.

The owners of a north Norfolk café are helping to promote happiness amid the coronavirus pandemic by asking people to share their creative works to display in their window.

A hub tasked with promoting computing in schools has joined forces with an engineering firm to continue inspiring teachers and pupils alike.

A Swaffham care home has been named as one of the top 20 of its kind within the east of England.

A call line has been set up to help those on the north Norfolk coast who are in need of a “friendly voice” during the coronavirus crisis.

An initiative to keep communities connected during social isolation has received backing from two local authors.

Dozens of people have responded to a rallying cry to help keep communities and individuals connected during these unprecedented times.

It is known as Norfolk’s fine city, and now Norwich has been named the best place to live in the east according to The Sunday Times best places to live guide.

A restoration of a grade-listed church in north Norfolk has received national backing after being awarded nearly £40,000 in funding.

A district council is joining a number of local authorities around the country expressing concern about holidaymakers visiting Norfolk, and other areas in the UK, during the fight against coronavirus.

A carer praised for the “care and companionship” she gave to a woman during her final days has earned a national award.

A rare and fascinating piece of Norfolk history is set to go under the hammer next week, dating from the middle of the English Civil War.

George Freeman, the MP for Mid Norfolk, has urged second home owners to stay out of Norfolk.

A family from Dereham whose four-year-old grandson suffers from anxiety is appealing for help after becoming stranded in Egypt because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Lifeboat crews were called to help a yacht taking on water off the north Norfolk coast.

For many, the term “pen pal” may invoke nostalgic feelings of bygone days when people would look forward to receiving handwritten letters.

A wildlife trust has closed its visitor centres, hides and cancelled events in a bid to fight the spread of coronavirus in Norfolk - but vowed to keep its nature reserves open.

A mid Norfolk town’s only remaining cash machine has been left out of service after being smashed by a group of thieves who tried to steal money from inside it.

Visitors to Dereham’s town centre could soon scoop themselves a hamper full of goodies as part of a unique treasure trail.

A village school from north Norfolk has been praised for its efforts despite being graded as requiring improvement.

A Dereham retailer is celebrating 15 years in the town after undergoing an extensive refurbishment.

Most Read

Most Read

Latest from the Eastern Daily Press