As part of a series marking the 90th anniversary of Cromer’s North Lodge Park, MARGARET HUNTER, nee Baker, shares her memories, having lived at the lodge from 1953 to 1960.

Cromer Museum has provided a portal to the region’s rich heritage for more than 40 years. Curator ALISTAIR MURPHY traces the history of the museum.

North Norfolk welcomed a ‘topical and incisive reinvention’ of H.G.Wells’ dystopian classic ‘The Time Machine’ on Monday night.

North Norfolk gleefully welcomed prolific playwright John Godber’s energetic ‘Bouncers’ to Sheringham on Friday night.

After two years of fundraising, residents of a village and surrounding areas can feel reassured and confident after a defibrillator has finally been switched on at the Village Hall at Honing, near North Walsham.

A traditional vintage fair drew attention and support from near and far when Honing’s two-day event started with a ‘Blessing of the Ploughs’.

Due to last year’s ‘Town Trail’ competition being so popular, the Stalham Town Council organised and supported, another similar event, but with windmills being the theme. (Last year was Wherries).

Norfolk’s relationship with the North Sea - both bad and good - will be explored during a talk at a Sheringham museum next month.

Steam trains are running again on the North Norfolk Railway after being temporarily suspended.

Walcott village show gets bigger each year setting an example to other areas by attracting a variety of talents from the community.

This tribute to musical theatre showcases some of Norfolk’s rising and brightest shining stars.

A town councillor has said last year’s traveller invasion will not put people off from coming to Cromer Carnival this year.

On a beautiful warm afternoon in the enchanting setting of the Theatre in The Woods at Gresham School, a good-sized crowd was entertained with the regaling of stories by John Simpson’s of his 52-year career as a correspondent for the BBC.

Norfolk Day was marked across our region today with hundreds of events celebrating the weird and wonderful ways of Norfolk.

An evening of laughter and top quality music was enjoyed by a sold out audience at Sharrington Village Hall on 23rd June. The world-renowned band Magna Carta had arrived to entertain us. Used to playing big venues often to thousands, Sharrington Village Hall gave those fortunate enough to attend a chance to experience the band in an intimate setting

It is no surprise with the recent success of the film The Greatest Showman, that in their 41st year the Cromer Pier Show opened with the title song that captivated audiences.

Wow! What a class act Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society have treated us to with Sister Act .

Honing, near North Walsham, is holding a ‘Garden Open Day’ on June 24th from 11am - 5pm.

Mundesley Soapbox Derby will be held on 30th June 2018 starting at 9am.

A plea for men living with mental health issues to ‘talk and open your heart’ was made at a new drop-in session held in north Norfolk.

Norfolk mother Kyra Welch writes about her experiences with her terminally ill four-year-old son Kaiden Griffin at Christmas. Kaiden, who grew up in North Creake, near Fakenham, and now lives in Holt, has a congenital heart defect.

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