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Bosses at Great Yarmouth’s Hippodrome Circus said they are excited and ready to go ahead of the expected launch of their summer spectacular this Saturday.

Boaters will be able to access 24-hour mooring posts for free following a regeneration to boost business and leisure on The Broads.

A husband and wife who were boating along the coast are ‘stuck on holiday’ due to a broken bridge in Great Yarmouth.

Cromer has cancelled its New Year’s Day fireworks display, which is watched each year by more than 10,000 people.

The owner of a farm campsite and hostel has said its TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Award is a testimony to his staff.

A town’s Christmas lights switch-on has been cancelled over concerns as to whether social distancing will still be in place.

A series of art projections will light up a Norfolk town’s landmark buildings and outdoor spaces to show off its creative ambitions.

Norwich was the most popular destination outside of London for leisure passengers travelling on the Greater Anglia network last year.

New pictures of rare leopard cubs enjoying playtime at Banham Zoo have been released.

Normally performers at the Hippodrome in Great Yarmouth would be disappointed with an audience of only fifteen people.

Families and businesses have reacted with sadness to the news their town’s annual Christmas lights switch-on has been cancelled.

A south Norfolk town has cancelled its annual Christmas lights switch-on.

2020 is the year for a staycation and a family camping trip will be a popular choice for many across Norfolk. Here are some of the county’s best sites, all with different facilities and activities on offer, which are open and safe for you to visit this summer.

Bookings at some of Suffolk’s most popular holiday spots have seen a huge spike in the past week with more Brits choosing to stay at home, rather than risk travelling abroad.

A charity which helps disabled and disadvantage people enjoy Norfolk’s waterways will reopen for the first time in nearly five months next week.

A hotel in north Norfolk has scooped multiple accolades in this year’s Tripadvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards.

A country estate has announced that it will launch its summer activities aimed at children following lockdown closure.

One of Norfolk’s most iconic cinemas is set to reopen after undergoing a six-figure revamp during lockdown.

A popular miniature railway in its 30th anniversary year will reopen again this weekend following lockdown closure.

A long-standing motorcycle museum at the heart of a town has seen a spike in business as visitors flock to Norfolk for holidays.

A madcap extravaganza of thrills and spills has been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

A £2.2m package has been launched to support tourist businesses in Norfolk as they aim to lure back visitors following the coronavirus crisis.

A tourist trail is set to be built throughout Southwold as part of plans to boost the seaside town’s economy after it was severely impacted by the Covid-19 lockdown.

Hunstanton’s new ‘tourist information point’ has opened amid growing calls for a rethink over the closure of its predecessor.

Rural parts of Norfolk and Suffolk heavily dependent on tourism have been hardest hit by the coronavirus jobs crisis, according to a new study.

Summer is in full swing on the Norfolk Broads as boat and holiday operators see such a surge in visitors there are “not enough boats”.

A Norfolk zoo has seen a lockdown baby boom, with Patagonian hares, a marmoset and bird-of-prey chicks joining the exotic population.

One of Great Yarmouth’s most famous seafront attractions is hoping its nighttime sessions will take off as the six-week holiday gets under way.

Glass windbreaks have been installed on Cromer Pier to shelter people from the sea breeze while they are eating and drinking.

A major drive to revive Norfolk and Suffolk’s shattered £5bn tourist industry has been launched.

‘Please come and visit’ – that is the message echoed by coastal Suffolk businesses as they look to rebuild following coronavirus lockdown.

A seaside village is calling on people not to align themselves with a bid to boycott its attractions, declaring it welcomes tourists “with open arms.”

Businesses in an east coast town are hoping to receive a summer boost as more and more people look to spend their time on holiday or enjoying days out locally.

Some of Norfolk and Waveney’s seaside resorts have been named among the best in the country by Which?

North Norfolk is set for a busy ‘staycation summer’, if the picture this weekend is anything to go by.

Businesses in the Broads tourist hot spot of Wroxham are hoping for a summer boom in trade as more people choose to holiday locally.

Norfolk and Waveney could be set to benefit from the “ultimate staycation year” with tourists choosing to holiday closer to home rather than jetting off.

Green-fingered nature lovers are getting ready to throw open their garden gates as part of the Norfolk National Garden Scheme (NGS).

A farm attraction is expecting to take a 50% hit to its turnover as it gradually reopens following lockdown.

A bottleneck of boats brought dramatic scenes to a bridge on the River Yare as holidaymakers returned to the Broads.

Councillors have approved plans for two static caravan sites on the fringes of two villages - despite concerns about damage to wildlife and a tourist influx.

Three new family homes on the outskirts of a coastal village have been given the go-ahead by councillors, who agreed the proposal helped “meet a desperate housing need”.

Visitors to the SeaLife Centre in Great Yarmouth could be in for a surprise this weekend as the attraction celebrates its 30th birthday.

There’s nothing more precious than time spent with your family and what better way to make the most of it, than with your own holiday home by the Broads.

Though Woody Bear couldn’t make it to the party, there were plenty of impressed customers enjoying a day out at Pleasurewood Hills on its second re-opening weekend.

As life steadily returns to normal, many people will be considering days out with family and friends.

Following three of the strangest and scariest months most of us will ever experience, life is gradually beginning to return to normal.

Over the past few months, we have been starved of many of life’s simple pleasures.

The man behind Alton Towers has unveiled an ambitious vision for a five-star holiday resort in Norfolk.

With coronavirus making people think twice about going abroad, a staycation could be the perfect getaway.

A Norfolk couple have used a spark of inspiration and a great deal of elbow grease to build an off-grid eco-cabin in a six-acre wildflower meadow.

Caravan park bosses have told locals they have “nothing to fear” as tourists return to the Norfolk coast.

As part of a weekly series, Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse curator Megan Dennis talks flourishing flowers and clever pigs

The gardens around Mannington Hall, a moated medieval country house in north Norfolk, have reopened for visitors as the coronavirus lockdown eases.

The boss of a struggling entertainment venue has welcomed news of government funding aimed at rescuing the endangered arts industry.

One of the steam locomotives on the North Norfolk Railway has been given a very 2020 touch ahead of the line’s reopening.

On the first day of lockdown restrictions being eased, editor David Powles headed to a hotel on the East Anglian coast and found that the experience was able to be be both relaxing and safe.

An animal park owner has urged people to stay local this summer after several Norfolk attractions were left fighting for survival.

Staff and players at a seaside putting green were bowled over with surprise at the weekend, when a former England cricket captain stopped by to take a turn on the green with his family.

A cruise ship docked in the deep waters off the east coast has been attracting the attention of locals.

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A mum-of-two has made her dreams of owning a business a reality after taking over a funeral directors in a Norfolk village.

A new paddle board business which lets people explore the Norfolk Broads independently says it has been “crazy busy” as people look to make the most of summer.

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