A dog-friendly cafe has raised more than £1,000 for needy animals, by setting up a snack station for customers’ canine companions.

When aptly-named Cromer town crier Jason Bell first stepped into the role 35 years ago, he expected to be called on once a year to support the town’s summer carnival.

With less than a week to go until Cromer’s eagerly anticipated 1960s Festival, preparations are in full swing.

When well-known Norfolk artist Brian Lewis came up with the idea of producing a series of paintings of Norwich Cathedral, he decided to employ the latest technology to show the iconic building from a completely new perspective.

Paintings and images depicting scenes ranging from Cromer crab fishermen to Great Yarmouth circus performers will be on show at Studio 20, Norwich.

A mid-Norfolk community braved the elements last weekend, to transform their local primary school with a spring clean.

Sixty volunteers braved gales and sub-zero temperatures to collect 70 sacks of rubbish, during an annual litter pick held in two mid-Norfolk villages.

Cromer will be stepping back in time to a decade of Mods, miniskirts and moon landings next weekend, in a festival celebrating the music and fashions of the swinging sixties.

Cromer and District Royal British Legion formally welcomed its youngest ever standard bearer, at a ceremony led by branch chairman Hilary Cox MBE.

An electric bicycle bought to help Sheringham Carnival Association’s 12-strong first aid team reach accidents more quickly is set to stay on the road, thanks to a £500 donation from the town’s chamber of trade.

A transport charity offering trips out to needy people is on the road to expansion, after bagging a £120,000 National Lottery grant.

Cromer has celebrated the efforts of a band of unsung heroes working for local good causes ranging from children’s groups, to hospital patients, at the town council’s annual honours awards.

Sheringham carnival committee is appealing to community-minded people over 16 to put themselves in the running to become a member of this year’s ‘royal’ family, at a selection evening on April 26.

A Norfolk film-maker and photographer has launched an appeal to raise cash for Kenyan rangers working to support wildlife under threat from poachers after a life-changing experience in the country.

Sheringham Dementia Friendly Community (DFC) group members are appealing to local folk to sign up for a sponsored stroll along the prom, and support their efforts in making the town more accessible to people with memory problems.

Mud, bitterly cold wind and driving rain failed to deter more than 500 runners, who turned out to take part in an annual cross country event held in aid of Norfolk-based charity Break on Sunday.

Mary Poppins, Denis the Menace and Percy the Park Keeper were just some of the characters turning up for lessons at the Belfry Primary School, Overstrand, which celebrated World Book Day with activities ranging from reading sessions, to a book swap.

A former nurse whose ‘miracle’ grandson was given 24 hours to live after being born with just one lung has organised a fundraising event to support the special care baby unit that saved him. KAREN BETHELL reports...

Author visits, art workshops and singing sessions were just some of the activities laid on at Sheringham Primary School to celebrate World Book Day.

Nimble-witted customers at Sheringham’s Crown Inn have raised £1870 for their local playground, by holding a weekly quiz and raffle.

Sheringham Town Hall is set to shut is doors to the public, after councillors pushed ahead with plans to relocate to the community centre to cut costs and improve accessibility.

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