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Everyone from millionaires to mythical dogs have called North Norfolk's Overstrand home. DR ANDREW TULLETT tells the story behind the village's sign.

Beneath Norfolk's fields lies a hidden medieval world now lost amidst the sands of time. ALAN TUTT of Cromer Museum uncovers one of our most notable deserted villages, Godwick.

Right, let's get this one straight right off the bat: This is a Smash Hit Show. There, I said it. No point in keeping you waiting, go buy a ticket. No, really; there is no need to read on - except perhaps to find out why…

Honing church flower festival, entitled, Honing: Its people and places in flowers, is being held on Saturday 22nd and Sunday, June 23, from 11am - 4pm, in Honing church, there will be refreshments and a tombola.

A modest author who uses his academic skills to create the unusual in book form has just released his latest publication.

A performer who has starred on TV and the West End stage is making a return to Sheringham with a show of musical treats and memories from her varied career.

One of the largest creatures ever to roam these lands features on West Runton's village sign. As part of an ongoing series, DR ANDREW TULLETT looks at the story behind the sign.

The unassuming north Norfolk village of Melton Constable has an unexpectedly rich railway history. DR ANDREW TULLETT tells the story behind the village sign

One Norfolk village was once much more famous for its feathered residents than its human ones. DR ANDREW TULLETT tells the story behind the village at Scoulton, near Hingham.

Think of Cromer and end-of-pier shows, crab sandwiches and seaside fun all spring to mind. But the town's charming facade belies a more ghostly side. Cromer Museum visitor services assistant ANNA CRANE explores the spooky history of the north Norfolk town.

Welney's village sign pays tribute to wildfowl and the unusual tradition of ice skating on the nearby Ouse Washes. DR ANDREW TULLETT looks at the story behind the sign.

Loads of visitors enjoyed a ride on a carriage pulled by a tractor to see and appreciate a mile-long country lane, framed by thousands of daffodils, which return each year at Honing.

The Government Inspector, directed by Gerry Flanagan of Shifting Sands Theatre Company, was lively, ridiculous, and enormous fun!

It's a peaceful part of the coast today, but Burnham Overy Staithe was once a major maritime centre. DR ANDREW TULLETT examines the village sign that honours its heritage.

Community correspondent MAURICE GRAY reports on affordable housing plans in Walcott on the north Norfolk coast.

Norfolk amateur theatre group Stage Direct attracted a full house to Sheringham Little Theatre last night for 'Miss Marble Strikes…Again!'

East Anglia was once connected to continental Europe by an expanse called Doggerland. ALAN TUTT from Cromer Museum looks at what remains of this near-mythical land.

Norfolk's link to the sea shines through in the work of John Craske. ALAN TUTT of Cromer Museum recounts the fascinating life of the fisherman-turned-artist.

The remains of an Iron Age hill fort, once possibly occupied by the Iceni, bear testament to a little-known age in Britain's windswept past. ALAN TUTT from Cromer Museum explores the legacy of the intriguing remains at Warham.

Legendary lifesaver Henry Blogg saved almost the entire crew of a sinking Swedish ship as the First World War raged. Cromer Museum's visitor services assistant ALAN TUTT recounts the dramatic rescue of the SS Fernebo.

Independent flood wardens who volunteered their own time to help local residents during high tides and flooding are losing their long standing leaders, who are retiring after nearly 40 years protecting Walcott community.

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