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Yesterday, 16:47
A youngster inside a giant bubble at the Mini Professors Activity Day. Picture: CHURCH OF ENGLAND

Science, engineering and technology were the theme of the day as a church was transformed into a laboratory, rocket launching station, dark room and construction site.

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Andrew Beane
Yesterday, 15:30
Morston based sailing school Norfolketc is looking forward to a record season. Picture: TIM PLATT

A sailing school is looking forward to a record season with many courses nearly full for the summer.

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Yesterday, 13:15
CT Baker Group director Duncan Baker (far left) at a presentation ceremony for the company's charties of the year which saw a record £20,000 donated to good causes. Picture: CT BAKER.

A record sum has been donated to good causes by a north Norfolk retailer thanks to the generosity of shoppers and staff.

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Michael Baker
Yesterday, 12:02
North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb pictured at the unveiling of a new defribrillator at Mundesley Coastwatch Station. Picture: MARIE GREER

They already serve as eyes along the coast and now a team of watchkeepers is providing a vital piece of lifesaving equipment.

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Norman Lamb
Mon, 15:40
Kieran Sandwell with Cromer deputy mayor John Frosdick and members of the Walkers are Welcome group. Picture: DAVE ROBERTS

A heart transplant patient received a warm welcome when he arrived in Cromer on the latest leg of a 5,000 mile trek around the coast of Britain.

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John Frosdick
Mon, 13:41
Paston College student Matilda Bailes has secured her first major role in the musical Les Miserbles. Picture: PASTON COLLEGE

Talented young performer Matilda Bailes has landed her dream role in a production of the musical Les Misérables.

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Sixth Form College
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Cromer Mayor Tim Adams

. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A town mayor has joined the Liberal Democrats just weeks after quitting the Labour Party.

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Tim Adams
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Claude Scott delivering the keys to the new house built with money from the Glaven Africa Mission. Picture: CLAUDE SCOTT

Helping build a house in a Rwandan village was not something retired teacher Claude Scott expected to do be doing aged almost 80.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017
New Holt deputy mayor Maggie Prior. Picture: NNDC

A new deputy mayor has been elected in Holt following the resignation of three town councillors.

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Duncan Baker
Monday, February 6, 2017
Pupils at Worstead Primary School learn how to skateboard. From left, Evan Pease, Caleb Jones, Dillon Quantrill-Cox, Lexi Fotis, Evie Nichols and Sofia Fotis. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Children at a north Norfolk primary school were given a lesson in skateboarding this week.

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United Kingdom
Monday, February 6, 2017
Amazonia Zoo annual stocktake. Coro the male jaguar. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

They may be thousands of miles from their natural habitat but, for 200 animals native to South America, Amazona Zoo in Cromer is where they call home.

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US Federal Reserve
Sunday, February 5, 2017
Bryony Nierop-Reading has had to demolish her clifftop home in Happisburgh to comply with a council eviction order. Picture: ARCHANT

A grandmother is tearing down her clifftop home after accepting defeat in a long running eviction battle.

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Stephen Burke
Saturday, February 4, 2017
North Norfolk Beach Runners presenting a cheque for £4078 to Cromer RNLI from money raised at the Boxing Day Dip in memory of Tony West

With his sense of fun and infectious enthusiasm Tony West embodied the spirit of Cromer’s Boxing Day dip.

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Saturday, February 4, 2017
Norfolk Community Health and Care Adult Epilepsy Specialist Nurse for North Norfolk Juliet Ashton

A specialist nursing service is being launched to help patients with epilepsy manage the condition.

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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Brenda Hare (right) as a young woman with her friend Valerie in Church Street Cromer. Picture: DIANA HARE

A lynch pin of Cromer, Brenda Hare worked tirelessly for the town which she loved.

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Cromer
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Cromer lifeboat open day

Cromer Lifeboat was called out early on Saturday to help a wind farm support vessel.

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Richard Leeds
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Chris Wall is running the London Marathon to raise money for the Movember Foundation.

He is well known for sporting a striking moustache, but now Chris Wall is set to take on an even hairier test.

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Michael
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Map showing proposed North Norfolk District Council wards. Picture: LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARY COMMISSION

Changes to council ward boundaries could cement the Conservatives’ grip on power in north Norfolk according to the Labour Party.

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Stephen Burke
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Penny Long with husband Graham and family members at her 100 birthday party. PIcture: CAROLYN COGGS

When it comes to enjoying a long marriage it helps to have the patron saint of romance on your side.

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Wales
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
More doctor's appointments are being made available for patients in north Norfok. Picture:  Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

More appointments are being provided by north Norfolk GP surgeries in a bid to reduce pressure on health services this winter.

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NHS
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
A 200-year-old tree in Southrepps will have to be felled after it was found to be unsafe. Picture: MILES JERMY

Time has run out for a 200-year-old tree which will have to be chopped down after it was found to be unsafe.

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Sue Arnold
Monday, January 30, 2017
Sheringham's crier Andrew Cunningham Brown with his old bell. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

It is a role that is all about grabbing attention - so when the tinkle of town crier Andrew Cunningham-Brown’s bell proved a touch on the subdued side he decided it was time to ring the changes.

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Tony Nelson
Sunday, January 29, 2017
Map showing NNDC wards that are being reviewed by the Local Government Boundary Commission.

Time is running out for voters to share their views on proposals for new council ward boundaries across north Norfolk.

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North Norfolk District Council
Friday, January 27, 2017
Christine Walton, NN CCG prescribing adviser (left) and head of primary care Sally Ross-Benham with the Patient Safety: Optimal INR Control award. Picture: NN CCG

A health body has won a patient safety award for administering a drug used to control blood clotting. North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (NN CCG) was amongst the winners at the CCG Prescriber awards for its use of warfarin - one of the highest risk medications if incorrectly dosed.

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NHS
Friday, January 27, 2017
Sheringham Chamber of Trade Sheringham Society and Mo Museum representatives join town mayor David Gooch for the launch of the towns heritage trail.

Traders are hoping a seaside resort’s rich history will help get the tills ringing.

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David Gooch
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Staff and volunteers washing apples before being pressed

They provide the skills, time and passion that makes a remarkable place even more special.

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National Trust
Thursday, January 26, 2017
About with Friends member Kim James with Ross McMillan and Nigel Tompkins from Sheringham Shoal windfarm at the switch on of new lights at the charity's Cromer HQ.

With turbines generating enough energy to power a city the size of Norwich it provided the obvious solution when a charity needed some new lights.

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Tim Adams
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Police are investigating are series of vehicle crimes in Coltishall Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Witnesses are being sought to a police pursuit in north Norfolk on Monday night.

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BMW
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Yvonne and Terry Nolan celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at their home in Cromer, and Terry is still smiling despite injuring his face after a fall. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

They may have been in perfect step since meeting at a dance, but life has been far from routine for Terry and Yvonne Nolan.

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North Norfolk District Council
Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Volunteers working to create a cliff path at Mundesley. Picture: BEV REYNOLDS

To faint hearts it may have seemed an insurmountable aim restoring a cliff path washed away by the surging tide. But a committed team were determined to regain their cherished access to an idyllic beach.

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Norman Lamb

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