A Fakenham teenager has hailed the ‘life-changing’ course that the town’s Rotary club sponsored him through.
A Norfolk MP has said everyone has a personal responsibility to help their community through the pandemic.
The coordinator of a volunteer group assisting vulnerable and isolated people during the coronavirus pandemic is hoping to add more services as isolation steps up across the town.
An East Anglian off-roading group is hoping to deliver a cracking surprise to needy children.
The father of a Norfolk engineer is “proud as punch” as his son is nominated to be the best in the country.
Events across Fakenham are being cancelled as coronavirus takes hold.
A Norfolk academy has moved its first year A-levels and BTec classes online to ensure students sitting exams are ready.
A charity director has made a call to arms for volunteers to help out the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
A gin and beer festival for charity has been postponed.
A market town deli which is closing down just six months after opening says customers need to be more supportive of local businesses - warning them to “use it or lose it”.
Its time to get the Union Flag bunting out and get ready to dance in the street as VE day comes to Fakenham.
Can a market town become entirely plastic-free?
Plans for a new special educational needs school in a north Norfolk town have taken a step forward.
Over a slice of cake and a cup of tea, the last topic you expect people to talk about is your mortality. But that is exactly what is being encouraged at ‘death cafes’.
The co-owner of a new bar and restaurant is hoping to bring the community back together ahead of its opening.
Shoppers at a market town store could be getting a free ride home thanks to a new community scheme.
A market town’s Festival of Ideas has gone back to the drawing board.
A police chase was brought to a halt after a van driver headed off-road onto a farm track.
“If we could all be a little more like Sean, the world would be a better place.”
It’s been six months since their “dangerous” decision to open a shop on the high street. But what is it like running a shop in a market town?
A Norfolk woman has donated 17 inches of her own hair for charity.
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