When wildlife artist Emily Rose heard about the devastating impact of the Australian bushfires on millions of mammals, reptiles and birds, she was desperate to do something to help.

A Sheringham business owner claims he is losing more than 30pc of his trade, as a result of roadworks that were due to be completed nearly two months ago.

When six-year-old Benny Pitcher was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour nine months ago, his parents, Kevin and Julie, felt as though their world had come to an end.

A supermarket worker will be swapping trolleys for trainers, when he takes part in four marathons in the space of just six weeks to raise cash for children with cancer.

A group of north Norfolk town and parish councillors are appealing to people to help mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, by contributing to a giant mural commemorating those who lost their lives in the conflict.

People in a north Norfolk village are hoping to put the heart back into their community by opening a new not-for-profit shop.

With an incredible 214 years of service to the RNLI between them, four Sheringham lifeboat crew members have been hailed by the charity for their devotion to serving their community.

When 10-year-old Nathan Gilbert heard about the 25th annual New Year's Day dip taking place in his home village of Bacton, near North Walsham, he decided taking part would be a great way of raising cash for a cause very close to his heart.

The owner of a prominent Sheringham shop has decided to drastically downsize after 33 years of trading, claiming the changing face of the high street and rising overheads have made running an independent business "unsustainable".

Hundreds of fur-clad, axe-carrying Norse warriors will descend on Sheringham, when the hugely popular Scira Viking Festival kicks off on February 22 with a week-long series of talks, demonstrations and family craft workshops.

Shocked bird-lovers are mourning the loss of one of Cromer's peregrine falcons, which has been killed on power lines near Holt.

Cromer-based author, journalist and palaeontologist Dr Henry Gee is celebrating, after winning the Christmas edition of University Challenge as a member of a team of former Leeds University students.

Elves, seagulls and a whole sleighful of Santas were among the wacky characters lining up along Sheringham promenade on New Year's Day, ready to welcome in 2020 with a bracing dip in the North Sea.

Cuddly isn't a word normally associated with Jeremy Paxman, but, according to Cromer-based author, journalist and palaeontologist Dr Henry Gee, the veteran broadcaster famous for his caustic comments and abrasive questioning style has mellowed in his later years.

Hundreds of fearless Sheringham folk will be welcoming in 2020 by donning fancy dress and racing into the sea, in the town's traditional New Year's Day dip.

Thousands of spectators lined Cromer pier and promenade to watch more than 400 intrepid Boxing Day dippers brave bitterly cold temperatures to raise cash for needy local youngsters.

An animal charity is putting the finish touches to a £50,000 new headquarters, after fighting a 'hugely stressful' two-year battle to find suitable accommodation.

A north Norfolk village pub is hosting a series of festive events in aid of two good causes.

A Norfolk Salvation Army corps has reported a 50 per cent increase in the number of families asking for help over the festive period.

A Norfolk-based Christian author whose books are inspired by his own struggles with mental ill-health has published a new title aimed at helping people to focus on the joyful moments in their lives.

A new facility offering activities ranging from DIY to darts is set to open in Sheringham next month, as part of a £315,000 project aimed at tackling loneliness, isolation and mental health problems.

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