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A group of north Norfolk fishing fans are hoping to hook a bumper catch of cash, at an angling competition they have organised to help a seriously ill five-year-old and his family.

As part of our Sheringham is Open for Business campaign, we are focusing on some of the traders affected by the sinkhole. KAREN BETHELL spoke to Craft Bakery owner, Mervyn Thomas...

Sheringham sinkhole t-shirts are going down a treat at a town centre charity shop, with more than a dozen snapped up by souvenir hunters within hours of them going on sale.

When Sheringham Primary School music teacher Jon Cooper heard about an appeal to raise £60,000 for a life-changing operation for nine-year-old pupil Ben Taylor, he decided to get on his bike and make a difference.

A major new exhibition featuring marine-themed rustic crafts will mark the start of a packed programme of events at Sheringham Museum.

Campaign launched by EDP and North Norfolk News to show Sheringham is Open for Business

Work by more than 40 north Norfolk artists will be on show at the Art House Cafe, Cromer, this month, as part of an exhibition organised to raise cash for mental health charity Mind.

Sheringham traders are still waiting for news on plans to repair a sinkhole in the high street, nearly two weeks after the void opened up in the road during the busy half term holiday.

An art deco-inspired painting harking back to the seaside railway posters of the 1920s is to feature on the cover of this year's Cromer Carnival brochure, as the hugely popular annual event celebrates its 50th anniversary.

Sheringham Carnival Association is urging community-minded folk to scale three of the town's natural peaks, and raise cash for their chosen charity.

When fitness instructor Anita Lusher hit her landmark half-century birthday, she drew up a bucket list of 50 life-affirming challenges.

Booming-voiced individuals from as far afield as Kent, Yorkshire and Surrey lined up in front of a panel of judges seated outside Cromer Parish Church on Saturday, in a competition to find the best - and the loudest - town crier in the county.

Sheringham Little Theatre is seeking to boost the ranks of its army of volunteers, who keep the venue running by carrying out roles ranging from set-builder and stage hand, to usher and costume-maker.

Artwork inspired by the plight of unmarried mothers forced to live in Norfolk's Victorian workhouses will be on show at Salthouse Church, near Holt, this month, as part of an exhibition by printmaker and former Cromer librarian Maria Pavledis.

A Norfolk conservation trust has recruited an army of young 'water warriors' to create paintings, short stories and poems, which will go on show at an annual family day aimed at highlighting the importance of the River Wensum to the local landscape.

At 40, this year's Sheringham carnival queen, Emma Taylor, may be more than twice the age of her recent predecessors, but the fitness instructor and mum of two teenagers believes her self confidence and life experience give her a chance to put a new spin on the role.

Fans of the classic 1970s BBC sitcom Dad's Army will have a chance to relive some of the side-splitting antics of Captain Mainwaring, Sergeant Wilson and Private Pike next weekend, when the North Norfolk Railway is taken over by the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard.

Rainbow-themed artwork by north Norfolk primary school children went on show at Stody Lodge Gardens, near Holt, as part of an annual family fun day organised to raise funds for local children's charities.

Nearly 20 town criers from all over the country will be heading to Cromer next weekend, to take part in a prestigious competition which will see one of them hailed the best - and the loudest - in their field.

More than 500 Explorers, Scouts, Cubs and Beavers from all over north Norfolk took part in a St George's Day parade along the clifftops from West Runton to Beeston Hall School, for an open-air service attended by the High Sheriff of Norfolk, Clare, the Lady Agnew of Oulton.

Sheringham Town Council is urging green-fingered local folk to put forward their views on a project to revamp the town's war memorial gardens.

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