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.
The brilliant performance poet celebrates his 20th anniversary with Luke Wright, Poet Laureate at Norwich Playhouse on Saturday March 30
From pre-printing press to post-modernism, Britain has nurtured waves of wonderful writers. Rowan Mantell finds just a few of the ways they have
celebrated the country in words.
The Spurgeons Children’s Charity wins an award for its work with prisoners in Norfolk.
A foodie pilgrimage is a chance to enjoy some of Norfolk’s best food and scenery, and support a local charity too.
Sculptor Vanessa Pooley, painter Mary Mellor and photographer Julia Cameron have spent decades perfecting their art – see the results in a Norwich exhibition.
A generation of children grew up with the Edge Chronicles.
Speculation that Meghan Markle might hire a doula to help her through childbirth has led to a new focus on the role. Two Norfolk doulas talk about their work.
It’s sink or swim for dumpling cooks as a fun dumpling-cooking contest comes to Norfolk.
Fifty years after her first exhibition, Ros Newman is sharing her life’s work in a new show.
It’s a Viking take-over! A beach boat burning, battles and beard braiding are just some of the Viking activities rampaging through Norfolk
As the new Viking exhibition at Norwich Castle unveils some of the country’s greatest Viking treasures we visit Viking links around Norfolk from a festival in Sheringham to a great heathen army in Thetford.
As a major new exhibition arrives at Norwich Castle we find out about the legacy the Vikings left in our language, landscape and legends
Star exhibits from the British Museum and York Museum join some of Norfolk’s most significant recent Viking and Anglo Saxon finds – on show for the first time.
A musician who found refuge in Norwich as a child asylum seeker will show his appreciation at a special concert in the city.
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