Girls or boys who dream of becoming ballerinas are put into dance classes as soon as they can walk.
The owners of a 200-year-old gothic mansion named as one of the UK's most endangered buildings say they have spent more than £1.5m on conserving it.
Thetford forest will soon be home to extraterrestrial activity, as families are invited to help a famous cartoon character on a mission to find a fallen spaceship.
A Norfolk couple who have received an outstanding Ofsted report say it is sad that the number of childminders is declining.
When a Norfolk artist's best friend, who had just found out she had cancer, asked if she could have a drawing of herself, the artist readily agreed.
When Wendy and Norman Brown bought their home, they fell in love with its view over fields that are a haven for wildlife.
A Norfolk couple who dumped a bed and sofa on a village roundabout have been fined for fly-tipping.
Being a single parent is not always easy, and for some this means having to quit work to become a stay-at-home mum or dad.
A grandmother has expressed concern that an open space where children play could be sold to a private buyer.
Plans for an animal crematorium are being recommended for approval, despite objectors raising concerns over air pollution and its effect on the environment.
A popular annual community day, which featured a motorcycle stunt team, has been hailed a success.
An unusually twisted Scots pine is in the running to be named the best in England as part of the Woodland Trust Tree of the Year Competition.
Visitors to a town centre will have fewer parking spaces as roadworks force a car park to close.
Teenagers in gangs have been using meditation and mindfulness techniques before appearing in court.
A campaign has been launched for a 30mph blanket speed limit in a town, following the death of a pedestrian.
When Megan Casey received a message asking if she had ever considered entering a pageant, she thought it was a joke.
Mary Poppins and a chimney sweep were seen on the roof of a Norfolk Church, parading their brollies.
Hundreds of protestors and union members took to the streets of a Norfolk village to commemorate the longest strike in history.
Families took a step back in time at a town's fun day celebrating the 470th anniversary of Kett's rebellion.
"Sad, stinking and swarming" - this is the way an infamous dog bin in a Norfolk town is being described.
Malnourished, festering sores, and heavy weights on their backs - these are just some of the problems experience by donkeys that Norfolk animal welfare experts are trying address.
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