Meet life-sized figures from the 50s at a knitted festival of nostalgia taking over Caston this month.
The Great Ellingham artist revealing the wild beauty of the Fens to a national and international audience
A thousand years of pilgrimage to St Benet's Abbey, near Ludham, is being marked by open-air community play A Time to Gather Stones
A group of Norwich artists are still focused on the future as they celebrate their 75th anniversary.
Lovers carved into a stone and a deck of drag queen cards are part of a British Museum exhibition exploring LGBTQ history
As the D-Day invasion force battled up the beaches of Normandy, Roy Clark dreamed of what he might do for Norfolk if he survived
Lapped by water, history and legend; hallowed by prayer and pilgrimage; in ruins for almost as long as it soared in majesty above the marshes; lonely, lovely St Benet's Abbey is 1,000 years old.
Ahead of the cathedral memorial service for John Wilson, Jason Coe remembers the day he went fishing with the Norfolk television star.
A fascinating new history of Norfolk is a fitting tribute to author Chris Barringer, and the county he loved
The journey home of martyr and heroine Edith Cavell is being retraced, a century on, as part of twin commemorations in Westminster Abbey and Norwich Cathedral.
Now open - the story of a stolen skull and the gas-lit gardens of a Victorian mansion are part of exhibition celebrating writer WG Sebald.
The mineral and natural wax based range is suitable for both men and women without any harmful ingredients.
From fighting famine, illness and aging to discovering the history of DNA - your chance to find out what's happening at the Earlham Institute on Norwich Research Park.
The Norwich woman who brought her newborn son safely through a frenzy of slaughter 25 years ago traces his journey from Rwanan genocide to television star
Norfolk's horticultural society is celebrating its 190th year by launching a mission to inspire more gardeners.
The extraordinary story of poet George Szirtes' mother swims into focus from a few salvaged photographs
Bake Off's Prue Leith on going to the football with Delia, Norwich match-day pies, and writing her eighth novel
Where to see lambing, cuddle lambs, and help with the bottlefeeding
Victims of a military disaster exactly 140 years ago, remembered in a poem by Rudyard Kipling, would have lived in Norwich
Vicky Webb of Old Catton just has to do her job at M&S to spend Mothering Sunday with her mum
The cancer came as she prepared for a new exhibition. "I used to think my art had to be serious. Now I want it to emanate happiness," said sculptor Vanessa Pooley.
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