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A bid for £4m lottery funding to restore a historic guildhall has moved a step closer.

A community came in force for a poignant ceremony remembering military heroes who have fought for their nation.

People will be able to see more of a town's 900-year-old historic castle after new plans put in by its trust.

A town is set to pay its respects to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

A dedicated trumpeter is set to play her part in a Remembrance Sunday ceremony for the 60th consecutive year.

A group of residents at a Cromer care home have created an environmentally friendly artwork for Remembrance Day, using empty plastic bottles brought in by staff, visitors and volunteers.

Do you have a cooker, vacuum cleaner or food mixer that's decades old, and maybe even older than you are? What's your oldest household item?

Looking for a quirky gift? How about some medieval weapons or jewellery from the new Keep Adopting scheme at Norwich Castle?

This week the National Centre for Writing (NCW) based in Dragon Hall, Norwich, celebrated its opening year with a special anniversary event.

A once-grand quayside bank is set to be converted into 11 flats under a scheme approved by planners.

A six decade old hit-and-run mystery has been revealed to be Suffolk's oldest unsolved homicide case - but just who killed Ernest Whistlecraft on a rural village road in 1958?

A Norfolk cleaning company keen to 'give back' to the communities supporting it has given Sheringham war memorial a free makeover, just in time for Remembrance Sunday.

Hundreds of people are set to gather as a town falls silent in paying its respects to all those who have lost their lives in battle.

A classic saloon car with just 7,000 miles on the clock, which has been in a garage for nearly 30 years has sold for £80,000.

On November 9, it will be 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. People from East Anglia have been sharing their memories.

Often seen twirling around at the start and end of the day's television between 1959 and 1988, the Anglia knight was well-known to the county's TV viewers, but who was he?

More evidence has been received about the Wildman of Watton, Bigfoot of the Forest, the Beast of the A1075, whatever you choose to call the creature that many have seen stalking through the trees near Thetford: Weird Norfolk talked to the woman compiling their stories.

A new book celebrating the glorious football memorabilia that so many of us collected is out just in time for your Christmas list. Nick Richards spoke to authors Derek Hammond and Gary Silke

Work to begin the restoration of an iconic windmill added to the buildings at risk list could begin next year allowing it to be re-opened to the public.

They are packed with gems which tell the amazing story of Suffolk's rich history - but which is the county's top museum?

Halloween is here and there's no better time to explore the ghostly history of some of Norwich's oldest buildings and streets.

Even through the grainy satellite picture, its iconic outline is unmistakable.

A new bid for lottery funding could be made to restore a historic theatre.

The size of a renovation project facing the new owners of a landmark Lowestoft hotel which has stood empty for more than a decade has been revealed.

Linger too long in an isolated place while twilight falls and you risk a visit from the elusive Hikey Sprites, the curious creatures that creep from the shadows at night and which serve as a timely warning to keep walking towards the light, the Boggarts of the Norfolk folklore world.

A much-loved Norfolk man's labour of love work about his home village has been revised and updated by his daughter as a glowing tribute. By Richard Card

Paul Barnes celebrates the early days of Anglia TV as the station celebrates its 60th birthday

In Norwich on October 27 1959 at 4.15pm Topsie swung into action and those fortunate enough to have a television set sat down to watch the arrival of Anglia TV but the unsung heroes were down the road in Suffolk.

With Halloween just around the corner, what else might be waiting out there? Venture with us into the realms of ghosts, spirits and phantoms

A medieval church has been revealed as the new home for a museum charting Norwich's rich printing history.

The owner of a hairdressers housed in a building declared 'at risk of being lost' has moved to reassure customers they are open, safe and trading as usual.

A historian hopes Swaffham will adopt his design as its first official emblem.

Two extremely rare 1930s Disney Halloween masks are going under the hammer at Keys auctioneers and valuers.

Cor blimey - did the Devil jump at the chance of taking ownership of a slice of Corpusty real estate when human bones were denied a Christian burial?

It was a popular event that could be seen and town fetes across the county throughout the 70s and 80s.

"Please make something of the house I loved," says the man who called Carrow Bridge House in Norwich home for more than 50 years,

A sky walk around the city, a civic centre by City Hall and an enormous viaduct by Carrow Road.

Historic buildings in the heart of King's Lynn are at risk of being ruined by the town's one-way system, experts fear.

A building which survived a fire, two world wars and was once home to a troubled monastery and its angry monk, is being brought into the 21st century, so its story can continue for centuries to come.

Two Norwich entries have been added to a list of sites that Historic England has warned could be at risk of "being lost".

It was a ruthless act of Nazi brutality which spawned the little-known story of a Dereham soldier's remarkable heroism.

A rare opportunity to own a piece of Norwich history has arisen - with an online auction set to seal the future of a building which has an unique story to tell.

Norwich City's rich history is helping senior football fans unlock their own wider memories in a new Age UK Norwich project called Still On The Ball. By Shaun Lowthorpe

The developers behind Anglia Square will argue that the controversial tower at the heart of their scheme will enhance Norwich when a public inquiry is held.

A woman who spent 12 years in bed, a soldier who died in a wheelbarrow, and a woman cured by drinking a pint of gin are some of the colourful tales of a village's past and its people which have been revived in a new book.

Hundreds of people visit Norwich Magistrates court every day, but how many of them know about the secret building which lies beneath the courthouse floors?

It was 65 years ago a young man from Sweden arrived in Norwich to become a local hero and the best speedway rider in the world. Derek James continues the story of the Stars

Jenn Hulse from the Norfolk Record Office retraced a famous cycle journey once undertaken by Leonard Bolingbroke

When researcher Kate Minnis died in the days after writing a book - her widow and best friend just knew there was one thing they had to do.

Officials at Sandringham Estate have announced its controversial parking charge will not be enforced at some of the park's most popular events.

A new steward has taken over as a popular pub has opened its doors once more.

Apple identification, chainsaw carving, making juice, and circus tricks are all part of a core-mazing event celebrating a humble fruit.

Restoration work has started on a historic Thames sailing barge which is being brought back to its former glory by a Norfolk teenager.

Broadcaster Michael Portillo rolled up his sleeves and got stuck into some gardening at Great Yarmouth's Venetian Waterways for his latest BBC railway show.

The 'good old days' are returning to a Norfolk town with an annual archive calendar now available for 2020.

A war veteran with cancer has been left overjoyed after receiving mementos of Norwich.

Weird Norfolk has put together a Weird Walk for King's Lynn as part of the Norfolk Walking and Cycling Festival, which returns this October and will see a host of events which celebrate the county with an exciting range of events for all ages, abilities and interests. Find a dragon's tongue, one of Norfolk's most haunted houses, the place where a witch's heart bounced to the river and far more on a walk that highlights Lynn's weirder side.

A grade II listed hotel is set to expand after a bid for a bigger restaurant and more bedrooms was approved.

It is one of the oldest beer related collecting societies in the world.

Memories of life in a Norfolk village are being captured like never before as part of a "remarkable" project.

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