The value of collaboration, the need for more ambition and six simple lessons for getting Norfolk’s voice heard – find out what leaders discussed at the first Norfolk Day business summit hosted by EDP Business.
From food and drink pop-ups from some of the county’s favourite producers to live art installations and talks from Norfolk artists, there is lots to enjoy at Norwich department store Jarrold on Norfolk Day.
Norfolk Day has gripped the county and businesses, big and small, are getting behind the major celebration. Reporter Sophie Wyllie reports on the variety of events being put on across the county and why businesses are backing the big day.
Excitement is building across communities ahead of this year’s Norfolk Day. Reporter SOPHIE WYLLIE explores how the inaugural event has sparked people’s pride for the county and created a strong sense of community spirit.
Food and drink is at the heart of Norfolk life and a major draw for visitors to the area. Reporter Sophie Wyllie finds out how local produce will play a starring role for dozens of Norfolk Day celebrations across the county.
As the first ever Norfolk Day approaches, we will be highlighting different groups and people getting involved in the celebrations. This week focuses on a social enterprise which will recognise small businesses.
As the first ever Norfolk Day approaches, the EDP will be highlighting different groups and people getting involved in the celebrations as well as advertising different events each week. This week focuses on a beer-naming competition.
A music festival taking place as part of this year’s Norfolk Day celebrations is launching a new talent competition for young singers, dancers and performers who might just be the area’s next undiscovered talent.
From photo challenges and special performances to cruises along a historic canal and garden parties, businesses, community groups and individuals have enthusiastically embraced Norfolk Day with a range of events already planned.
The reaction to Norfolk Day was as enthusiastic as it was overwhelming as individuals, businesses, TV personalities and politicians from around the county showed their support for the July 27 initiative.