Norfolk fitness enthusiasts touched by the courage of a six-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumour have presented the youngster with more than 130 marathon medals, won at events ranging from the Norfolk Superhero team challenge, to the gruelling Deca UK 10 triathlon challenge.
A north Norfolk-based artist will be following in the footsteps of internationally renowned names including street artist Banksy and German sculptor Nando Kallweit, when she exhibits her work at one of the UK's top art fairs.
Creepy characters ranging from vampires, ghosts and ghouls, to witches, werewolves and skeletons marched through Cromer, in a pumpkin parade held as part of the town carnival's 50th anniversary celebrations.
Mundesley octogenarian John Midgley and his fellow artist Mike Pert, 72, are proving age is no barrier to innovation, by creating a piece of contemporary artwork featuring 40 paintings presented, concertina-style, in a collaborative book.
A groundbreaking ceremony held at a Norfolk school for children with additional needs marked the start of a £1.4 million building project aimed at improving the prospects of youngsters with disabilities, ranging from cerebral palsy, to autism.
A comedy show penned by a writing double act whose TV credits include The Two Ronnies and My Family promises to have audiences rolling in the aisles, when it is performed by a 16-strong cast to raise funds for Sheringham Little Theatre.
A Cromer resident affected by persistent flooding that has seen raw sewage pour into his garden three times in the past two months is urging Anglian Water to take action to sort out the problem, which he says has been affecting his home for almost 12 years.
With men more concerned than ever before about looking good - and following the current fashion for expertly groomed facial hair - barbers shops have become the fastest growing business on the high street, with more than 800 opening across the country last year.
An Agatha Christie-style whodunnit will be on the menu at north Norfolk military museum the Muckleburgh Collection, when the founders of a children's charity host a 1940s-themed fundraising supper to support youngsters with cerebral palsy.