Five stories you may have missed over the Bank Holiday Weekend

Damage to the Brick Kilns pub at Little Plumstead after a car crashed into the wall. Pub owner Paul

Damage to the Brick Kilns pub at Little Plumstead after a car crashed into the wall. Pub owner Paul Anderson-Cowles.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Here are five of the most popular stories on the EDP website over the Bank Holiday weekend. Catch up below with the main news from the last three days.

•Car crashes through Brick Kilns pub in Little Plumstead

Pensioner Val Graham had just finished her fish and chips when an 'explosion like a bomb' sent her flying onto the table.• Migrants attempt to reach Sea Palling from the Netherlands

Nine people could face up to 12 years in jail after Dutch authorities caught a suspected people-trafficking ring attempting to smuggle migrants from the Netherlands to Sea Palling.• Man found dead at Norwich property

A man has been found dead at a Norwich property after police were called to the address following safety concerns.• 20 new countryside walks have been opened in Norfolk

Ramblers and power-walkers will be able to explore the coastline on their doorstep this half term through newly-opened walks created to draw visitors to the area.• Community unites to support brave Hethersett boy Finnbar, 5, who is fighting a brain tumour

A community has united to support the family of a brave Hethersett schoolboy who is fighting a rare brain tumour.


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