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A team of Royal Navy divers have detonated a 500lb Second World War bomb dropped 60m from a major North Sea gas pipe.

Tap-dancers from the Broadland School of Dance have attempted to beat a world record, as they took part in a ‘tapathon’.

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Fire crews were called to reports of a car being driven into a house in Felmingham on Sunday.

They are small, can reach six seconds a lap and run on electricity.

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The lives of people at a Norfolk asylum in the 19th century are on show this week at a thought-provoking exhibition.

Heritage Lottery Fund

Firefighters were called out to a derelict barn on fire in Marsham, near Aylsham.

Fire crews attended two road traffic collisions in north Norfolk this weekend.

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North Norfolk Sport

Thursday, November 16, 2017
Norwich

North Walsham Raiders came out on top, and maintained their second place in Greene King IPA EC1 North, with hard fought 23-17 win at Beccles.

Cromer’s excellent run of form continued when they entertained Broadland II and recorded a comfortable 17-5 victory.

Trimingham Pilgrims visited Sprowston Wanderers in a Norfolk Sunday Senior Cup tie and although losing they put together a far better performance than their last two matches.

North Norfolk Harriers continued their impressive showing on the national scene in the British Athletics Cross Challenge series at Tear Drop Lakes in Milton Keynes.

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High-flying Sheringham have a big game under lights to look forward to next week.

Wymondham Town

North Norfolk Events

Confetti canons, a snow machine and a parade of youngsters riding decorated bikes and scooters helped fill Sheringham folk with festive spirit, at the town’s annual Christmas lights switch-on.

Salvation Army

Take a cast of singers and dancers in sparking costumes, add magic, comedy and throw in a dose of audience participation.

North Norfolk District Council

Inject some real festive spirit into your Christmas shopping with a whirl around the region’s wonderful seasonal markets. To get those special gifts, stock up on local seasonal produce and visit Father Christmas, here is out guide to the best places for festive cheer.

St Margaret's Church

Two north Norfolk music groups will be joining forces next week, for a concert at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham, featuring music ranging from Mozart to Medelsshon.

St Peter's Church

Aylsham is counting down to its grand Christmas lights switch-in event, which kicks off on Friday, November 24 at 5.40pm, when Father Christmas will be leading a lantern procession through the town.

Aylsham Parish Church

Norfolk Entertainment

Confetti canons, a snow machine and a parade of youngsters riding decorated bikes and scooters helped fill Sheringham folk with festive spirit, at the town’s annual Christmas lights switch-on.

Salvation Army

Take a cast of singers and dancers in sparking costumes, add magic, comedy and throw in a dose of audience participation.

North Norfolk District Council

Inject some real festive spirit into your Christmas shopping with a whirl around the region’s wonderful seasonal markets. To get those special gifts, stock up on local seasonal produce and visit Father Christmas, here is out guide to the best places for festive cheer.

St Margaret's Church

Two north Norfolk music groups will be joining forces next week, for a concert at St Peter’s Church, Sheringham, featuring music ranging from Mozart to Medelsshon.

St Peter's Church

Aylsham is counting down to its grand Christmas lights switch-in event, which kicks off on Friday, November 24 at 5.40pm, when Father Christmas will be leading a lantern procession through the town.

Aylsham Parish Church

Norfolk Sport

Norfolk’s British number one Alfie Hewett showed he is in impressive form heading towards the season climax at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters later this month when winning the Bath Indoor men’s singles title.

Netherlands

Wisbech Town extended their unbeaten run to 15 games, including six league wins on the bounce.

A Michael Murray hat-trick condemned Norwich United to a second consecutive defeat.

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Little went right for Lowestoft Town as they dropped valuable home points and finished the game with just nine men.

Jake Reed

A Michael Clunan penalty and a scrambled Sam Gaughran effort in either half was enough to secure an important win for King’s Lynn Town at a damp Camrose Stadium.

Lynn Town

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