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A stunning Norfolk home is toasting a prestigious awards nomination by reopening its doors after lockdown.

With the pubs still closed, these six takeaway options should satisfy your roast dinner desires.

A tourism leader will push for 1m social distancing rules in a bid to get Great Yarmouth “back to its former self” as lockdown is eased.

Residents are up in arms over a holiday park’s “inconsiderate” bid to build an outdoor stage and film-screening area on site.

If you were upset about the Gorleston Clifftop Festival being cancelled there’s no need - because the entire thing is now being recreated on Minecraft.

A seaside town has made the decision to re-open a limited number of toilet facilities in anticipation of a busy Bank Holiday weekend.

One of Norfolk’s favourite tourist attractions is the focus of a Channel 5 documentary set to air later this month.

Norfolk is set for the hottest day of the year, so far, but people have been urged to be sensible if they do head to the coast.

A trio of festival organisers have announced the “unavoidable cancellation” of summer events in one Norfolk seaside town.

A coastal holiday park has claimed it was “invaded” by “conceited and selfish” day-trippers over the weekend - who ignored signs at the entrance that the park was closed.

Holiday parks and attractions across Norfolk and Suffolk are making preparations ahead of potentially reopening during the summer months.

The future of Lowestoft’s iconic Claremont Pier looks to be secure - after a buyer was found for the famous seaside landmark.

One of Beccles’ most popular summer events has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bosses of a stately home have issued an ‘unreserved apology’ after a Facebook post about the impact of lockdown was slammed by the public before being hastily deleted.

Holiday maker Haven has announced that its parks will remain closed for longer than expected due to the coronavirus lockdown, but customers are frustrated with lack of clarity over the refunds process.

Great Yarmouth’s town centre businesses have never faced anything like a pandemic-induced government shut down before.

Brits should invoke their “wartime spirit” and stay within these shores for their next holiday, according to North Norfolk’s MP.

Bird watchers across the county have been enjoying a “rare sight” as the Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) have captured a species of bird nesting on its live webcam.

The owner of Great Yarmouth’s Hippodrome Circus is confident his business will “come through the other side” of the pandemic - despite continued uncertainty about how long lockdown will last.

Nothing to watch on Netflix? No problem. You’re just a few clicks away from being able to watch a live-stream of two of Norfolk’s most famous residents.

The coronavirus crisis will change Norwich city centre and there will be casualties – but businesses can survive.

The owner of one of Norfolk’s most popular tourist destinations has warned coronavirus uncertainty could be “absolutely disastrous” if attractions are forced to remain closed over July and August.

A heritage railway museum’s bosses say they fear it may have to close as it misses out on essential Easter footfall due to the coronavirus lockdown.

There is a strange eeriness to the normally bustling Saturday streets of Norwich left devoid of all but a handful of shoppers.

They would usually be heaving with tourists and locals on sunny Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

Holidaymakers to the Norfolk countryside could be set to bed down in “cabin hideaways” on a slice of rural farmland.

For the region’s wildlife keepers, things are pretty much “business as usual” throughout the coronavirus lockdown.

The Broads Authority has asked the government to offer “urgent financial support” after it was forced to suspend hire boat tolls during the coronavirus outbreak.

Hotels, hostels, B&Bs, campsites, boarding houses, campsites and caravan parks have been ordered to close in an effort to slow the transmission of the coronavirus.

Coastal car parks will close in north Norfolk in a move designed to discourage visitors amid the coronavirus crisis.

Holiday parks operated by Parkdean Resorts will close over coronavirus advice - after the company faced a backlash over an earlier announcement its resorts would stay open to holidaymakers.

Bars and restaurants in a number of coastal caravan parks will close - while the resorts themselves remain open for holidaymakers.

Holiday parks on the coast are closing as a response to the coronavirus.

Coronavirus uncertainty and precautions have seen an increasing number of events in Norfolk being cancelled or postponed.

Five Norfolk attractions have been recognised for the outstanding quality of visitor experience they offer, in an annual awards scheme run by a national tourism organisation.

Visit, or buy, works of art donated by Norfolk artists, including Antony Gormley and Colin Self, to help refugees and asylum seekers

Wannabe knights and budding Rapunzels might get the chance to sleep in a medieval tower as a council discusses plans for the future of a section of Great Yarmouth’s town wall.

A new takeaway could open in a seaside holiday park already given permission for expansion and a revamp - if a bid is given the go-ahead.

Ever more nature-lovers are able to enjoy one of Norfolk’s most popular beauty spots following £205,000 worth of pathway works.

A former glass-making workshop near the north Norfolk coast is just weeks away from opening as a boutique hotel and spa.

A former village tearoom and bakery could be converted into a holiday let.

Preparations for the arrival of a unique white-knuckle ride at a seaside theme park are well under way - while the final touches are being put to the ride itself in an Italian factory.

A new town logo has been unveiled for Halesworth in Suffolk, with the hopes of improving footfall to the town’s struggling marketplace.

Big changes are in store for six holiday parks on the coast after their operator announced a £3.3m investment.

Enraged villagers are demanding road signs advertising the Broads National Park are taken down after the notices were branded “a red rag to a bull”.

Enraged villagers are demanding road signs advertising the Broads National Park are taken down after the notices were branded “a red rag to a bull”.

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:

Nails thought to have been thrown on a road notorious for parking could have been put there by a villager, parish councillors have been told.

A seaside holiday park is set for big changes after a council approved plans for expansion and refurbishment.

A floating bar and restaurant which has attracted thousands of people to the north Norfolk coast is up for sale.

Poplar Farm House in East Ruston comes with four acres of land, an annexe, holiday cottage, stables and its very own vineyard and could be your new family home or a potential business.

A £1.7m scheme saw major investment put into a Norfolk town to enhance and improve its centre.

Fill your evenings and weekends with a fun activity that will get your children off the sofa and bring the family together. Norwich-based entertainment centre, Superbowl UK can help.

Charges for boaters on Norfolk’s waterways have risen, with fees for petrol and diesel-run crafts higher than unpowered, hybrid or electric vessels, the Broads Authority has said.

A teenage boy has been left with two “major” scars after needing 33 stitches when a pane of glass smashed over his arm at a holiday park.

News of Pontins banning children from their Pakefield resort has been dubbed the “death” of the park.

It’s reputation has been built on providing family holidays for affordable prices, but now a coastal holiday park has sparked potential controversy by banning children from their resort.

Bowls stars from around the world are set for 17 days of thrilling competition as this year’s World Indoor Bowls Championships officially get underway.

Big changes are in store for a little shop and cafe that have been a fixed part of the Broads for more than half a century.

Norfolk is among the top 10 destinations for family-friendly hotels in the country, according to a new survey.

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