Stuart Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org Camping pods to feature at expanded campsite near rural Norfolk castle Yesterday, 14:03 Stuart Anderson Plans have been made to expand a north Norfolk campsite nearby a centuries-old castle. Lawyer for council ‘thrilled’ after winning national award Yesterday, 12:35 Stuart Anderson The head of North Norfolk District Council’s legal team Eastlaw said she was “proud” and “thrilled” after winning a national award. Gallery Archbishop warmly welcomed back to Norfolk place of pilgrimage Yesterday, 10:21 Stuart Anderson The Archbishop of Cantebury, Justin Welby, was given a warm welcome on his return to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Shock as brick wall outside preschool is smashed to bits Tue, 22:49 Stuart Anderson Community groups which use a Norfolk preschool and scout hall are reeling after a brick wall just outside the building was destroyed. Youngsters discover nature at preschool’s new forest school Tue, 11:44 Stuart Anderson Youngsters at a north Norfolk preschool have been discovering nature thanks to a new forests school site set up a short walk away from their building. Festival will see visitors step back to the swinging sixties Tue, 10:32 Stuart Anderson The swinging sixties are set to make a stunning return to the Norfolk seaside. Teenage actor hopes panto fun will help stage career dream Tue, 10:01 Stuart Anderson Teenage actor Sam Thompson may be playing the fool in his first major panto role – but has serious ambitions of making the stage his career. One casualty treated after gas leak Mon, 17:26 Stuart Anderson One person had to be treated by emergency services after a gas leak incident in north Norfolk. Video Norfolk’s strange stories and colourful characters come to life in new exhibition Thursday, November 8, 2018 Stuart Anderson Norfolk can come across as a conventional county to the casual observer, but scratch the surface and you’ll find enough colourful characters, fantastic fables and strange stories to fill a gallery. Fireworks display goes off with a bang in North Walsham with charities set to benefit Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Stuart Anderson A Bonfire Night fireworks display in North Walsham went off with a bang, raising hundreds of pounds for charity. Gallery Visitor hotspots: How many of these 12 fascinating East Anglian churches have you been to? Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Stuart Anderson They have been places of worship and community for centuries, and now East Anglia’s historic churches have been recognised as some of country’s most fascinating places to visit. What was Royal Navy patrol ship doing off north Norfolk? Monday, November 5, 2018 Stuart Anderson Royal Navy patrol ship HMS Tyne has been spotted off the north Norfolk coast, days after she was monitoring a Russian frigate passing through the English Channel. ‘It could have been a different story’: Rescuer tells of woman’s lucky break after ill-fated beach walk Monday, November 5, 2018 Stuart Anderson A woman and her dogs could have easily been left stranded on a cold and isolated cliff-side ledge if it were not for a stroke of luck, according to the team that rescued her. Deer rescued after getting caught in iron gates Monday, November 5, 2018 Stuart Anderson A deer has had to be released from iron gates in a residential road in a Norfolk town. £500 is donated to town’s foodbank to help families in need Monday, November 5, 2018 Stuart Anderson People in need across North Walsham will benefit from a £500 donation made by the town council to the local branch of the Cromer and District Foodbank. Woman and dogs rescued from cliffs in north Norfolk Sunday, November 4, 2018 Stuart Anderson A woman and two dogs have been rescued after they got stuck on some cliffs in north Norfolk. Woman claims she was told to remove her poppy at prison so as not to ‘offend others’ Sunday, November 4, 2018 Stuart Anderson A woman who paid a visit to see a relative at HM Prison Norwich claims she was told to remove a poppy she was wearing because it might have “offended other people”. Father Christmas gets set to return to historic windmill for series of grotto appearances Sunday, November 4, 2018 Stuart Anderson He’s everyone’s favourite resident of the North Pole who dresses in red and white and owns a magical flying sleigh. Be their guest for new production of Beauty and the Beast Sunday, November 4, 2018 Stuart Anderson Youngsters from two Dereham schools are getting ready to tread the boards in a new production of one of the all-time most popular musicals - Beauty and the Beast. Gallery Which three Norfolk hotels have been named among the country’s top 50? Sunday, November 4, 2018 Stuart Anderson Three Norfolk hotels have been named in a compilation of 50 of the UK’s best hotels and B&Bs - and they’re all in the county’s north. Gallery Beauty of iconic Norfolk lighthouse captured at sunrise Sunday, November 4, 2018 Stuart Anderson It is one of Norfolk’s true icons, and now a series of stunning images of Happisburgh Lighthouse have been captured by an aerial drone photographer.