The team from Horrible Histories return with more spooky silliness for adults.

The Norwich department store is ready to help you look and feel better about yourself with its socially-distanced service.

Buddy and Lola products are formulated to help pets with anxiety, upset tummies, itchy skin and more.

11 quirky autumn days out in Norfolk

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

From secret dungeons and pyramids to fossil hunting, it’s time to explore the ‘hidden’ side of the county.

These designers are putting East Anglia on the fashion map.

Norwich vintage stylist Susie Pritchard shares her tips.

Today, September 8, is UNESCO International Literacy Day and to mark the event the National Centre for Writing in Norwich has created a free, digital resource packed with fun ideas designed to help parents, carers and youngsters share the joy of storytelling. Why not have a go at some of them with the little people in your life?

Attica Locke, Sophie Hannah and Oyinkan Braithwaite will be taking part in Noirwich Crime Writing Festival which returns online from September 10-13.

Gina Long meets Jon Norman, senior pastor of Soul Church Norwich

We meet fundraiser Michelle Anastasiadis, founder and owner of Elle & Tyne Events, whose charity dinners and tournaments attract a host of stars from the world of sport.

Submissions for the 2020 East Anglian Book Awards, which celebrate the outstanding literary culture of our region, are now open.

North Norfolk hotelier and restaurateur Eric Snaith adapted his fish and chip shops to offer click and collect to customers during lockdown and is due to welcome back guests to Titchwell Manor from July 4. And later this month he plans to open a new pizza restaurant too.

From June 21-September 21, Slow Fashion Season aims to encourage people to make more conscious and sustainable fashion choices. We find out more from one of the campaign’s ambassadors, Norwich fashion stylist Karen James-Welton, aka Fabulous Miss K.

From a chocolate hamper to a pub in a box, here are some local ideas for treats for Father’s Day on Sunday, June 21.

Holidays are going to look very different this summer. With lockdown measures slowly easing and hopes that some accommodation providers might be able to re-open from the beginning of July, internet searches for glamping are on the rise. We discover how sites in Norfolk are provisionally planning to welcome back guests.

Ruth Redford, who lives at Loddon, has worked in children’s publishing for almost 20 years. Her debut picture book, That’s My Daddy, is out now, in time for Father’s Day.

John and Carole Wilson are looking forward to celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with family and friends when coronavirus social distancing measures allow.

During social distancing, many of us have reported having more vivid dreams than usual. Charlie Morley explains why.

Parks and Recreation and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt are among the stateside sitcoms you should add to your watchlist.

The first Friday in June is usually National Fish and Chip Day. This year the event which salutes the iconic dish has moved to September, but we love any excuse to celebrate Norfolk’s fantastic chippies. Here are a few of our favourites, which are currently frying.

From re-opened ice cream parlours to click and collect, the taste of summer is still on the menu.

Latest from the EDP

Digital Edition


Enjoy the EDP
digital edition