For the umpteenth time this season the lads once again showed the character, determination and that never-say-die attitude to come back, not just once, but twice to win the game Saturday against a very good well organised Bristol City side.
It may be a 500-plus miles round trip when trainer Christian Williams brings his horses from Glamorgan in Wales to Fakenham, but the young handler doesn’t let that stand in his way of searching for winners.
The streets of Sheringham will echo with the battle cries of an army of torch-carrying Norse warriors on February 23, when the sixth annual Scira Viking Festival kicks off with axe-throwing and combat demonstrations by two Norfolk re-enactment groups.
The 22st son of a woman who died from kidney disease was inspired by her illness to turn his life around by losing almost seven stone in aid of a charity struggling to fundraise for research into the condition.
A century on from the First World War it is almost impossible to imagine the sheer scale of the sacrifice. More than 15,000 Norfolk men died. Many more were left permanently disabled. Here are just a few stories of individuals, families and communities changed for ever by war.
It’s the Norfolk Control Tower that played its part in Hitler’s downfall and whose owners are seeking to raise the funds to erect a stunning memorial to those who flew from RAF North Creake. A charity auction on Remembrance Day will take Nigel Morter and Claire Nugent one step closer to their goal.
I have to be honest and say that when Norwich’s unbeaten run of eight games in league and cup came to an end three weeks ago I thought the bubble had burst and the club would start slipping towards mid-table again.
After a week when England looked like world beaters with that magnificent win in Seville, inflicting only Spain’s second defeat in their last 27 games, it’s back to the bread and butter of league football this weekend – much to many supporters’ delight.
It was back in 1965 when the speedway stadium at King’s Lynn came into being, with a 400-yard shale track constructed as the Stars took on the mantle of Norfolk’s only speedway team from the defunct Norwich Stars.
Nearly 60 wartime trucks, cars and motorcycles motored through Sheringham town centre on Saturday evening, marking the end of a successful first day of the North Norfolk Railway’s “bigger and better” 1940s weekend.