It was half a century ago when a monster was brought back to life to bring terror, torture and death across Norfolk and Suffolk...but those who met him said he was a jolly nice chap. Derek James reports.
The lack of ‘joined up’ thinking at the county council is again illustrated by the proposal to drop the role of the community librarian. It is even more ironic that they should choose the eve of National Libraries Week to make the announcement.
After a last minute venue change due to safety concerns caused by a typical English summer, the Norfolk Basketball Festival – in partnership with the Solar Shed and the Norfolk Awards – got started as scheduled at the UEA Sportspark in Norwich, writes Diccon Lloyd-Smeath.
For many years the humble perch (perca fluviatilis) has been regarded as bent pin prey for little boys and even some adults who have amused themselves catching this belligerent species on rudimentary tackle, writes Roy Webster.
Three aspiring rugby players from Langley School will be among the first to be awarded places in the newly-restructured Leicester Tigers Academy programme that sees the establishment of an exciting new partnership between the Premiership club and the Norfolk school.