Five things we learned this week

The Flying Scotsman. Photo: PA

The Flying Scotsman. - Credit: PA

•The Flying Scotsman is coming to Norfolk and everyone is very excited.

This was our most read story of the week. The iconic steam locomotive will travel between Ely and Norwich on May 25. Tickets are already sold out but there'll be lots of chances to see the train, which drew large crowds this week between London and York.

•Always have a camera handy.

You never know when you might see something interesting to photograph. Iron Maiden's plane, for example, while you're in Florida.

•Norwich's top rated eatery on TripAdvisor is a fish n' chip place.

The Grovesnor Fish bar sits in first place in Norwich's TripAdvisor rankings for food. See what else is in the top 10 here.•NHS chiefs in Norfolk have been given pay rises of £155,000 - that's more than the amount needed to save the region's mental health helpline - something they say they don't have enough cash to save! •Thousands of trees have been felled to make way for the NDR.

Work has begun, to build the £178.5m Northern Distributor Road north of Norwich, but that's meant that 6,000 trees have already been chopped down.

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