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Astronomer Mark Thompson has become one of the stars of coronavirus home-schooling as he leads family stargazing sessions

“Historians could hardly believe their eyes.” A piece of cloth painted in Norfolk in 1470 is one of the world’s most remarkable examples of medieval linen art.

We tame myths, chase birds and find fascinating facts and fiction about some of the county’s most interesting place names.

Visit, or buy, works of art donated by Norfolk artists, including Antony Gormley and Colin Self, to help refugees and asylum seekers

A Wymondham home transformed into a work of art by a grieving widow is to be sold following her death.

Norwich Castle’s innovative adopt-an-object scheme has helped one man kit himself out as a 15th century knight

Joe Stirling, whose funeral is this Friday March 6, at Green Acres Woodland Burial, Colney, near Norwich, was a truly remarkable man

An exquisitely illustrated children’s book by Norfolk artist Fiona French has been 40 years in the making

You can’t help peering closely, pointing out your favourites, feeling nostalgic, and above all being moved by this heartfelt labour of love.

Is menstruation magical? Should periods and puberty be celebrated? Two Norfolk mums are helping mothers and daughters banish myths, break taboos and explore the joys and challenges of being a woman.

February 14 is Valentine’s Day and the festival of love is the ideal excuse to find 14 reasons to love the Norfolk coast. From west to east:

It’s Valentine’s Day on February 14 and the festival of love has to be the ideal chance to share 14 reasons to love Norwich

Joe Stirling was the only survivor of an entire family wiped out in Nazi Germany. He found refuge in Britain and went on to serve his adopted city as a charity fundraiser and Sheriff of Norwich. He died this week aged 95.

With sweeping beaches, restless seas, star-studded skies and countryside alive with birds and bees, this is a landscape for love. Four romantic writers reveal their passion for Norfolk

Forty knitters and a death metal band are part of a sound-and-picture art piece on show at Norwich Castle

The February issue of Norfolk magazine celebrates its 250th edition with 250 reasons why Norfolk is wonderful

After kayaking some of Norfolk’s tiny Dilham canal we were ready for our next canal adventure - abroad, by bike and including chancing upon two Norfolk exiles running a fabulous B&B deep in the French countryside.

A new film glittering with Disney stardust is based on a series of children’s books inspired by and written in Norfolk.

Around 500 people will be defeating dragons, defending the world, and bringing dice-throwing, card-wielding heroics to Hunstanton later this month.

Writer Jeremy Page traces a route through his roots with humour, history and love, as he walks, cycles and boats across Norfolk

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