Stuart Anderson

Jessica Suter is organising the science day. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Swordfights, singalong songs, custard pies and puppets are bringing a classic fairytale to life as Sheringham Little Theatre’s panto gets into full swing.

Visitors to a hospital day room can take a trip back in time or into a leafy woodland glade following a £20,000 revamp.

The new leader of North Norfolk District Council has asked residents for their views on the council’s services and activities.

Christmas stockings of all shapes and sizes have filled a north Norfolk church for a festival with a difference.

It has helped hundreds of young people who have faced personal challenges, family problems and homelessness turn things around and get on the path to a brighter future.

A group of friends from Cromer and surrounds are collecting Christmas donations to say thank you to the firefighters and lifeboat team in their town.

Two Tory councillors have avoided the threat of expulsion from their group after they joined a new cross-party cabinet against the wishes of their group leader.

Christmas shoppers in one Norfolk town have a slick new place to leave their vehicles after an £80,000 car park refurbishment.

The romance of steam has mingled with the magic of Christmas on Norfolk’s famous Poppy Line.

Children have shared their devastation over the vandalism of a newly-opened play park on YouTube.

The number of fixed-penalty notices (FPNs) issued to cyclists in Norfolk has fallen dramatically over the past two years, new figures have revealed.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance will benefit from a law firm’s fundraiser that brought in £216.

Plans have been drawn up to replace a former doctors’ surgery and pharmacy in Cromer with nine new two-storey homes.

More than 40 businesses dedicated to pregnancy, babies and children have come together for an awards night.

Snappers from North Norfolk Photographic Society came away victorious after a hotly contested competition with camera clubs from Buxton and North Walsham.

It was the first four-engine bomber to be used by the Royal Air Force, blazing a trail that would be followed by many other aircraft designs throughout the Second World War.

A loud bang has shaken up a Norfolk neighbourhood, but questions linger over the source of the noise.

Word of its fine fare has spread among foodies far and wide, and now Morston Hall, near Holt, has gained another feather in its cap.

A cat and a dog were rescued in separate incidents involving vehicles in west Norfolk.

The Royal British Legion care home Halsey House has been told it ‘failed to protect vulnerable residents’ after a period which included the death of one person who fell from a window.

North Norfolk District Council is planning to spend £225,000 on putting 390 solar panels onto the roof of its headquarters in Cromer.

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