A cycling club set up two years ago in north Norfolk by friends who wanted to lose weight and get fitter now has some 120 members.
The Church of England wants to close a little-used Victorian church in rural Norfolk and sell it to the Girlguides.
A grandmother facing eviction from her clifftop Norfolk home has been given an extra three days’ grace.
A convalescent man who saved the lives of several people off the north Norfolk coast nearly 50 years ago is anxious to know what happened to one boy in particular.
Mamma Mia! Thousands flocking to Cromer and this summer are set to get All Shook Up at two orchestral concerts devoted to Abba and Elvis.
The international Clandestine Cake Club (CCC) is coming to north Norfolk.
Church Approach looks set to become the new name of a transformed area of North Walsham.
A Cromer-based manufacturer has become the first in Norfolk to earn an international benchmark of excellence in its field.
The fear of scaring away Wetherspoon’s means a town council will not be pursuing an access claim.
Public feedback is sought by North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) on proposed restrictions affecting such things as dogs, and drinking alcohol in a public place.
It takes more than acting and creative talent to keep a community theatre in the spotlight – it also requires funding.
Three Aylsham High School students are organising a dodgeball tournament for about 80 younger pupils from six cluster schools.
A sell-out concert has helped North Walsham Play realise its dream of providing the town with the first of many new play parks.
Emergency services were called to a sudden death in North Walsham at breakfast time.
A £178,000 project to upgrade Cromer’s street lights is almost finished.
The massive online popularity of a town’s archive group has prompted chiefs to share the enthusiasm it generates with those who do not have access to a computer.
A thief has broken into a parked vehicle and stolen items including a coat and wallet.
Homes, schools and businesses throughout Aylsham are struggling to cope this morning after major disruption to the town’s water supplies.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has completed its inquiry into the circumstances in which a teenager lost his life.
When former Battle of Britain station RAF Coltishall closed in 2006, Dennis Morris joined the ranks of those passionate about preserving its heritage.
A bearded tit slakes its thirst on ... frost - needs must when the only water available is frozen.
A call for a “bit of common sense” has been made to help elderly and disabled people barred from using a long-established cut-through.
A record nine Paston College students have been offered university places at Oxford and Cambridge from September.
Police are appealing for help to trace a wanted man.
A thief smashed glass and stole a safe and an iPod Touch in a burglary in Cromer over the weekend.
Anyone worried about speeding in Sheringham is urged to meet the police and air their concerns at three street briefings next month.
A seaside business claims it has lost thousands of pounds and is having to cut back its opening hours because of a “complete fiasco” involving telecoms giant BT.
North Walsham’s newest town councillor is Andrew Richard Harris, who beat fellow candidate Paul Oakes in a by-election for a vacancy on the council’s North ward.
Norfolk and Suffolk seaside communities to benefit from government grant which could unlock treasure trove
A former rectory, built by a well-known north Norfolk architect, will be demolished and replaced with a controversial modern home - designed by his great nephew.
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