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Six new holiday lets could open in a seaside village if plans are approved.

Could this be one of the smallest properties available on Airbnb in East Anglia?

A Norfolk museum has said it will no longer be hosting petting zoos as part of its programme of events following changes to welfare rules.

Whitlingham Country Park will become larger, easier to access and with a broader range of activities, its trustees said after severing ties with the Broads Authority.

They include the day a sleeping baby survived an explosion which tore a boat 'to atoms'

A gigantic drawing of a house was laid out in the grounds of one of Norfolk's grandest homes in a 'barn-raising' art project.

A holiday park in a picturesque village could add 107 extra caravan spaces if plans are approved.

The festival culture is on the rise in East Anglia, bringing with it a sense of community and wellbeing - and a shot in the arm for the regional economy, experts say.

It's a world-famous mix of festive dancing, singing, music and fun, and it adds an estimated £10 million a year to Norfolk's economy.

Raise your glasses, because Norwich and Norfolk CAMRA's 42nd Norwich Beer Festival will open its doors to drinkers next month.

The first flamingo chick has hatched at a Norfolk wildlife park which has been keeping them for 15 years. Elsewhere on the reserve, four red squirrel kittens have been seen for the first time.

A wildlife park has announced the birth of its first flamingo.

Hundreds of sausage dogs are set to descend once more on a Suffolk seaside town next month.

Rock band The Feeling will headline Suffolk's most spectacular fireworks show on Saturday, November 2, at the Grade I listed Georgian mansion Heveningham Hall.

West Norfolk welcomes thousands of visitors from across the world every year, but your average hotel or bog-standard B&B are far from the only choice for tourists looking to rest their heads.

Businesses around Lowestoft have offered a helping hand to those most affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook.

An arcade and bar in a holiday park will be revamped if planners give a proposal the thumbs-up.

Looking to get away to the coast? Here's a look at some of the most unusual and unique places across north Norfolk where you can stay.

As festival season comes to a close for another year, one major Suffolk festival has been revealed to be bucking the national trend.

A parade of bright colours and tropical drums entertained a sunny Great Yarmouth.

Are you thinking of heading to Great Yarmouth's carnival today?

A project set to create 90 new jobs in a Suffolk seaside town has been given a near £1million boost from the Government.

A new deli has turned a previously vacant store into a Mediterranean paradise for foods from near and far.

Two sites on the north Norfolk coast have officially been recognised as being great for stargazers.

Beaches across the country will get a good clean in events happening this weekend.

A family complained their rare holiday together was ruined by a filthy chalet with mouldy floors and blood stained mattress.

A town football club has been sponsored by a new firm moving in nearby, seeing their ground take a different name as part of the deal.

A popular festival celebrating a Norfolk town's rich seafaring history has been held for the 20th year.

Lowestoft South Fire Station opened its doors to the public in celebration of its 10th anniversary at the new building.

A community garden project based in Great Yarmouth has said it is delighted to receive £9,000 from the National Lottery to introduce well-being workshops.

A sport centre facing tough times has denied rumours it will close, but is open about the difficulties it is facing.

A holiday park which overcame environmental health concerns could soon accommodate an increased number of guests.

They've got their very own perch with stunning seaside views and plenty of greenery, along with family members to keep them company.

Norfolk's sea views are spectacular in themselves, but what lies beneath the surface can even more impressive, as Polly Wake knows.

After years off the rails, a trust is aiming to link up the county's railways and put Fakenham and nearby Melton Constable back on the line. MATTHEW FARMER reports...

For a Saturday night at the movies, Norfolk is one of the cheapest places to be, with two cinemas among the cheapest 25 in the country.

A piece of Suffolk's milling history is setting sail after a year-long £250k conservation project.

Two Norfolk parks have been hailed as "much loved" in a national awards scheme.

Thousands of people spent an evening in the sun and enjoyed the spectacular Cromer Carnival parade.

The hunt is on for the perfect street artist to decorate a building at Banham Zoo.

The annual cycling event Ride North Norfolk will return this weekend, inviting cyclists from across the country to enjoy the coast roads as part of a registered British Cycling sportive.

An iconic part of Great Yarmouth's seafront has regained its magical sparkle as rowing-boats and pedalos once again took to the restored Boating Lake.

After a year of restoration works, the grand reopening of Great Yarmouth's historic Venetian Waterways takes place today (August 20), with the Boating Lake and Island Cafe back in use for the first time in a decade.

The landlord of a pub named by CAMRA as one of the top 100 in the country admits it's a tough industry to be in right now.

From a wide variety of entries, six winners have been chosen for the first photo competition held by a community group.

A country pub hopes to attract more visitors with an offer of boutique bed and breakfast.

People from Norwich are among the most generous tippers when holidaying overseas, a survey of people in 17 major UK cities suggests.

In contrast to the wind and rain of the last few weeks, the weather outlook for the 50th Cromer Carnival is looking bright and sunny.

What began as one man's hobby turned into an attraction that draws visitors from around the world. STUART ANDERSON toured the collection of marvellous machines at North Walsham's Norfolk Motorcycle Museum.

An open air screening of Mamma Mia is set to go ahead despite a miserable weather forecast.

Walking Holkham Beach, seeing the seals at Blakeney and eating on Cromer crab are among Britain's top experiences, according to a book by travel guide firm Lonely Planet.

Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary has taken in 30 new seal pups which have been named after pop stars including Beyoncé, Shakira, Kylie, Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani and Bruce Springsteen.

The route for the inaugural north Norfolk 'Mammoth Marathon' will pass by sights including a reborn pub, a lighthouse, a historic pier and a golf course.

Norwich could be set for a spike in visitors from Asia, after a the boss of a Vietnamese airline praised the "serene" city as an "irresistible destination" for tourists.

One of Norfolk's heritage railways will steam its way through the festive season with a blaze of colour, music and pyrotechnics.

Not sure if your trip to Great Yarmouth is Insta-friendly?

Residents of a Norfolk town could be left without a post office branch because the convenience store where it is located is closing down.

Great Yarmouth really comes to life in summer. In the third of a series looking at what makes the town tick during its busiest period, Liz Coates spoke to holidaymakers to find out what they really think about the town.

A family holiday resort is celebrating its 30th birthday.

Visitors at Banham Zoo have been treated to first glimpses of two Asian short-clawed otter cubs as they emerge from the nest box for the first time.

Wells is gearing up for its biggest day of the year as tens of thousands of people flock to the town for the annual carnival parade.

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