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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

A book hailed as the definitive story of Norfolk wherries is once again available

On the brink of a new decade we look back through 10 years of triumph, tragedy, some significant changes and some things that might never change in Norfolk.

A 500-year-old festive feast in a circle of stained glass is our object of the month for December and comes with a side-order of Christmas greetings from Norfolk Museums Service

My First Panto: Rapunzel is a magical introduction to theatre for small children - and wonderfully entertaining for their grown-ups too.

Farmer and preacher Alec Garrard devoted the last 20 years of his life to building the recreation of Herod's temple. The astonishing testament to his faith and skill once brought visitors from around the world to the Waveney Valley.

A stunning 1,000-years-later sequel to the Bayeux Tapestry, beginning with the building of Norwich Castle, is taking shape in Norfolk

Writer, fundraiser and campaigner Ann Farrant helped foster a better understanding of a fascinating woman from Norwich's history

For centuries a holy well brought crowds and wealth to what is now a field opposite Burnham Market primary school writes Rowan Mantell

A Norwich man has transformed his mental health anguish into remarkable art which is helping people around the world

Stories and pictures of kindness fill a heartwarming new Norwich art exhibition

Launch of charity for film-lovers and film-makers across Norfolk

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