A 17-strong group of doctors, health care assistants, fitness instructors and supermarket workers made a splash for charity this week, by swimming the equivalent length of the English Channel in aid of Diabetes UK.
An author whose recollections of the time she spent living at north Norfolk stately home Felbrigg Hall formed the basis of a series of books gave a reading at a Cromer retirement complex, as part of National Storytelling Week.
Environmentally-minded Sheringham WI members marked Valentine’s Day by handing out hand stitched hearts asking town centre shoppers to think about the things they would hate to lose as a result of climate change.
A group of budding young violinists had a chance to hone their skills with musicians from one of the country’s top chamber orchestras, as part of an arts scheme hosted by North Norfolk District Council and a string of local organisations.
A four-strong team of countryside rangers at Kelling Heath Holiday Park have been hard at work over the winter, maintaining and improving heathland at the popular tourist destination ready for it to reopen for the 2017 season.
Youngsters at Sheringham Primary School celebrated the joy of maths, and raised cash for a national children’s charity, at a learning cafe aimed at incorporating numeracy skills into everyday activities.
A teenage horde of Norse warriors from Sheringham Woodfields School went on the rampage at the town’s Tesco store, ‘kidnapping’ a staff member and pillaging food ahead of the upcoming annual Scira Viking Festival.
A taste of al fresco style learning, a plate of wildlife-themed cake and a bowl of freshly dug mud were on the menu for north Norfolk MP Norman Lamb, when he arrived at a village school to open a new outdoor pre-school centre.
The family of a youngster with a rare neurological disorder have set their sights on raising cash for the specialist charity that has supported her, after drumming up nearly £12,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital, where she had brain surgery as a toddler.
Residents at a north Norfolk care home were treated to a taste of the UK’s biggest festive show, when a 30-strong team of performers from the Thursford Christmas Spectacular stopped off to sing carols and show tunes.
Kind-hearted youngsters at Sheringham Primary School have collected more than 20 boxes of storecupboard staples and Christmas treats for needy local families as part of foodbank charity the Trussell Trust’s reverse advent scheme.