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Scores of classic cars will roar into Great Yarmouth this summer as part of the town's Wheels Festival.

Skipping, headstands and human pyramids....Jo Malone reviews Gravity & Other Myths at the Spielgeltent

The almost unbelievable line up of aircraft and attractions at the only airshow in Norfolk has just got even better.

Sheringham railway station has been reopened following a £1m refurbishment after being delayed for a second time.

A parks holidays firm says it has spent more than £4m on new facilities for two of its east coast sites in the run-up to this year's holiday season in response to a boom in 'staycation' breaks.

A Norfolk couple who jetted off to Kos to celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary were given a room previously used as a cleaning store instead of the luxury room they were promised.

A team of United Nations delegates have arrived in Norwich to explore the city's literary heritage and significance in the writing world.

A comeback is under way this week as beach huts return to a Norfolk seaside town.

It's a land where mammoths once roamed and early humans foraged for food.

Cromer was a sea of smiling faces at the weekend, as crowds gathered to enjoy an annual festival celebrating two seaside towns.

A derelict warehouse on King's Lynn's waterfront looks set to become the site of a major new leisure development.

Plans are taking shape for the 14th year of the Latitude festival, as the popular music, arts and comedy event announces an emphasis on local acts as well as sustainability.

A popular circus which has entertained families in Lowestoft for six years could be about to perform its last show in the town after council bosses anounced a price hike for its land.

The sound of acid jazz, funk and disco will be carried across the shores as the First Light Festival announces its lineup, which includes BBC 6Music legend Gilles Peterson.

A holiday park in the South Norfolk countryside is planning to expand thanks to the boom in glamping that is drawing tourists into Norfolk.

Six beaches in Norfolk have been named among the best in the world - after they were awarded the prestigious Blue Flag status.

These breathtaking photographs show legendary artist Henry Moore's sculptures as they have never been seen before in Norfolk.

A Suffolk couple whose £13,000 'holiday of a lifetime' ended in 'absolute disaster' have lost their court battle against a major cruise company.

The family of a five-year-old girl who had life-saving open heart surgery at just one week old will bring back a free classic car show for the fifth time later this month.

The clubs have started swinging at Norfolk's newest seaside attraction.

A sea-themed poetry festival which will feature a number of special guests is set to be held in north Norfolk.

Southwold Pier, one of Suffolk's top tourist attractions, is applying for a licence to entertain visitors with evening film screenings and live music.

It has placed Norwich on the map as a go-to tourist and business destination, but a rebrand of a marketing campaign is aiming to reach new heights.

A Norfolk armada - and some Vikings - will gather after a host of boat owners answered a mayday call to help out with a historic voyage from France to Norwich.

Fluffy, furry and feathered, from a vulture chick to monkeys and goats there's a healthy bunch of new arrivals at Banham Zoo

A number of sculptures produced by renowned artist Henry Moore are on show at one of Norfolk's stately homes for the next five months.

Lovestruck birds in temporary accommodation unexpectedly began breeding while their new home in a Norfolk aquarium was being refurbished.

A new accessible viewing platform costing almost £5,000 has been opened in a Broadland water garden.

Snapping crocodiles, scoldings over lost sausages, and the sounds of crying babies could again rise from the sands at Gorleston if an ambitious puppeteer has his hand in it.

The best tourism businesses in East Anglia will be celebrated at a prestigious annual awards ceremony.

Festival organisers have urged the community to celebrate local produce, as the town prepares for the annual food and drink festival.

It was a splash hit last summer in one of Norfolk's most popular resorts.

Suffolk may not be renowned for its hills and high points, but the world's elite women's cyclists will still face two mountain climbs as they race across the county.

Great Yarmouth's "magnificent" historic Waterways have reopened after a 10 month restoration project.

A family stranded in Goa face a nervous wait to see if they get seats on a plane to England this evening - but they could lose another £1,500 in cancellation fees.

A Norfolk family who were offered plane tickets home for a total of £16,000 after being stranded in India have found a way out - but it will cost them £5,500.

A Norfolk family has been told to pay £16,000 to fly home after being left stranded in India because Jet Airways has suspended all flights.

For newlyweds George and Kathryn Mellor it was the perfect place to declare love and loyalty to each other - and the town they adore.

It is not a creature often associated with romance.

Preparations are being finalised for a day of Easter sporting fun in Fakenham this weekend, with more people than ever before set to take part in the activities.

Can you believe it? This week Joyland celebrates its 70th birthday.

A popular Norfolk seafront festival is facing a £6,000 shortfall after a day of 
rain last summer kept visitors away.

Tipplers take note - this year's Great Yarmouth Beer and Cider festival is moving to a new home.

Where to see lambing, cuddle lambs, and help with the bottlefeeding

A rise in domestic tourism is reviving campsites as Brexit boosts staycations and glamping, or glam camping. A Norfolk businesswoman is adding four new glamping sites to her portfolio this spring to meet demand.

Gorleston's Cliff Top Festival will kick off this year on Norfolk Day.

Scores of thrill-seekers descended on Pleasurewood Hills for the unveiling of an egg-citing new roller coaster.

Thousands of rainbow-clad revellers are expected to gather in Great Yarmouth for the resort's first ever Pride festival this summer.

Great Yarmouth is benefiting from the uncertainty which surrounds Brexit according to a report which shows the town ranks in the top 20 destinations for Brits going on holiday during Easter.

For plenty of Brits, the uncertainty around Brexit is enough to make a holiday at home particularly appealing.

From Windmills to Iron Age round houses, there are some weird and wonderful Airbnb properties to stay at in Norfolk. Here are seven of the most unique.

Visitors to Great Yarmouth's Waterways will see a return of one of its most iconic features when it reopens later on this year.

A ride that would have thrilled visitors to Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach will not operate there after problems with paperwork.

With less than a week to go until Cromer's eagerly anticipated 1960s Festival, preparations are in full swing.

A council has decided it will not be spending a penny to help a village refurbish a set of seasonal toilets.

It has been a long cold winter - but Great Yarmouth's famous snails are waking up and returning to their place on the seafront.

The First Light Festival has announced its line-up, as plans take shape for the 24-hour music, arts and science festival.

The number of kids born as part of a council's Bagot goat-breeding programme has hit a final tally of 12.

A half-million pound upgrade will put a family attraction in the Norfolk Broads "back on the map", its new owner hopes.

If you're not sold on the no frills camping experience then these are the glamping spots for you.

Ancient megaliths looming on the landscape reminded our ancestors of past events.

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