Year 10 students at nine secondary schools across Norfolk and Waveney have started Saturday catch-up classes and will be returning early from their summer holidays, to make up for lessons lost during lockdown.
A removals firm which carried Second World War pilots around the country and survived three recessions has celebrated its 90th birthday. Hadley and Ottaway removals was founded in Norfolk in 1928 by Jack Hadley and Herbert Ottaway, who with their single van began moving families around Norwich.
A pair of entertainer pals are hoping to add a touch of magic to North Walsham’s annual family fun day, by donating part of the proceeds of a circus-themed variety show they are staging at the town’s Atrium community arts centre to the popular summertime event.
People who shop with their local retailers or support a district-based community group by participating in a local community lottery could win £250 to spend in their favourite local independent shops across Breckland.
Children at a village primary school were devastated when the trees they had planted in the back field of their school had been completely destroyed in an act of vandalism – but a Norfolk house builder has now stepped in to give a helping hand.
Whatever the sector, 2017 has been a tough year for high street traders. Consumers have less money to spend, which ultimately means businesses do too – despite growing competition for staff and increasing commodity prices.
Her son’s battle with cancer has been well documented and now Callie Blackwell has been meeting with supporters during an emotional book signing event at Jarrold department in store in Norwich to share her own experiences.
A programme of creative activities designed to give older people and those with dementia opportunities to get active and socialise is set to expand again after receiving grant funding from a district council.
On grounds where a Norman knight who fought alongside William the Conqueror once roamed, school children armed with pencils and clipboards learned about one of the most famous and important battles in English history.
The traditional appeal of the countryside – coupled with some high-energy entertainment – is expected to bring thousands of visitors to Watton this weekend for one of the UK’s longest-running agricultural shows.
A surgery which has been placed under increasing pressure in recent years is hopeful it will be able to offer a better service to patients after being picked to trial a pioneering new system of service delivery.
Pork producer Cranswick said its underlying sales lifted 4pc in the three months to the end of June, compared to a year ago, boosted by lower input prices and higher volume sales to Far Eastern markets.
The family of a three-year-old boy, who died on Sunday after being struck by a car understood to have been driven by his mother outside the family home, have paid tribute to their “darling little man”.