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19 April 2017
Investment by North Norfolk District Council in North Lodge Park, Cromer, has seen the yacht pond extensively refurbished and refilled in readiness for the main visitor season. North Norfolk District Council contracted Thrower & Rutland Ltd to undertake the works, which cost £8,556.50. The pond, which had been leaking, was drained and then lined with glass-reinforced plastic, giving a 25-year guarantee. The outside of the pond was given a
19 April 2017
The owners of a spectacular bluebell wood which, until last year, had lain hidden from public gaze for centuries will be holding five open days this year in aid of an Aylsham-based charity. Having ...
10 April 2017
Hootz House, Pensthorpe Natural Park’s iconic adventure play centre has won a national building award. The popular north Norfolk play barn beat off competition from around Great Britain to be ...
10 April 2017
Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA) is marking the start of Deaf Awareness Week 2017 with a Tandem Parachute Jump on Sunday, May 14 at Ellough Airfield, Beccles to raise funds for its vital services ...
06 April 2017
A flurry of new stalls have opened their shutters for the first time on Norwich Market this week. Since the beginning of April, four new businesses have joined the 150 plus community of stall ...
01 April 2017
Holt is unlike any other Norfolk town. If you are strolling through its busy streets on any weekend in the year, the first thing you will notice is that outside the big banks, it is hard to find a ...
31 March 2017
A herd of eight Bagot goats have been moved back into their spring and summer residence on Cromer’s cliff. The goats have been clearing land in recent months at Happy Valley. Their move back ...
30 March 2017
You can always tell when Spring has started in Burnham Deepdale, from the sound of artisans and producers selling their wares from the beach hut pop up shops at Dalegate Market. Today is the start ...
29 March 2017
Norfolk and Suffolk Tourist Attractions (NSTA) launched their 2017 Great Days Out in Norfolk & Suffolk booklet at Castle Acre Priory (English Heritage) on Tuesday, March 28, to mark English Tourism ...
27 March 2017
A new floating breeding platform for common terns was secured on Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden’s broad today (March 27) at South Walsham. It was attached to posts that survive from an old ...
24 March 2017
The Norfolk Festival of Nature at Gresham’s, a celebration of the county’s unique countryside, returns to Holt on 16 – 18 June 2017 with a fantastic new family friendly line-up. ...
24 March 2017
Volunteers who have helped improve their communities were thanked publicly as they were named winners in the Big Society Awards during a ceremony at Sheringham Little Theatre. North Norfolk District ...
22 March 2017
Simon Hunter Marsh has taken over as Head Chef at the Grove in Cromer and hopes to build on their reputation as one of the best eateries on the Norfolk coast. Simon started his career at Green ...
20 March 2017
This weekend sees Burnham Deepdale really waking up for Spring.  The second annual Deepdale Spring Market opens its doors for three days of ‘not on the high street’ shopping on Friday, ...
20 March 2017
Nelson’s Gold, a brand new spirit drink from Norfolk’s Wild Knight English Vodka, was launched today (March 20) at the Maids Head Hotel in Tombland, Norwich.   The new spirit drink ...
20 March 2017
Historic King’s Lynn has been chosen as one of the first 10 Heritage Action Zones by Historic England, the driving force behind this nationwide project to breathe new life into neglected ...
17 March 2017
Shiitake mushroom growing, car sharing and food recycling were just some of the winning projects at last night’s Norwich and Norfolk Eco Award ceremony, which celebrates outstanding commitment ...
04 March 2017
Wymondham, with its attractive town centre, has had many famous people living within the area.  The most notable from an historian’s point of view is Robert Kett who led a rebellion in 1549 of ...
03 March 2017
Old Catton and Hellesdon, sharing the same postcode, have been named as the second most desirable place to live in England! A study commissioned by the Royal Mail looked at a range of factors ...
03 March 2017
Time is set to stand still as final preparations are put in place for essential repairs to City Hall’s clock tower which will see the timepiece’s hands set to 12 o’clock while the ...
28 February 2017
For the third year, Nelson’s Journey fundraising week, the Purple Picnic will once again take place in June. Between 12th - 18th June individuals, schools and businesses are able to hold their ...
28 February 2017
Students from Istituto Tecnico per il Turismo G.Mazzotti, Treviso in northern Italy, took part in a pancake challenge at the Maids Head Hotel, in Norwich, to mark  Shrove Tuesday.    The Italian ...
28 February 2017
Following the retirement in September of Revd Canon Christopher Davies, Wymondham Abbey has announced that Catherine Relf-Pennington is to be the next vicar of Wymondham. She will be the 60th Vicar ...
27 February 2017
The £53,500 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), made possible by National Lottery players, will help the Pensthorpe Conservation Trust open a window on the wonders of the Wensum – and a ...
25 February 2017
A look at Aylsham this month – an attractive market town with the streets still arranged on the original medieval layout.  It has plenty of character and offers almost everything you can think ...