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Yesterday, 18:26
Sheringham Town Council

The future of Sheringham Community Centre could be decided by residents, after the town council called a special meeting aimed at addressing a £45,000 a year deficit.

Researchers at a marine science institute believe they have found “strong evidence” that incidents of sickness and death in dogs after eating fish on the north Norfolk coastline were caused by a neurotoxin found in shellfish.

European Union

A nursing leader has painted a bleak picture of the conditions nurses in East Anglia are working under, as it was revealed one in 10 leave the profession every year.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Why did someone remove 40 dinner plates from a community centre at Christmas-time without asking?

A play set in north Norfolk that wowed audiences at the Holt Festival has been optioned by the TV production company behind Father Ted and Outnumbered.

Edinburgh

Birdwatchers from across the country have been heading to a north Norfolk seaside resort to see a rare bird normally found during the winter in southern Europe.

Sheringham

History does not record whose original idea it was - but 25 years ago a group of budding thespians decided there was enough talent in a north Norfolk village to support an annual pantomime.

Cromer

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North Norfolk Sport

Mon, 22:25
James Brooks

It’s a big day locally for girls’ rugby this Sunday with North Walsham hosting an RFU “Warrior Camps” at Scottow from 10am to 12 noon.

Cromer Cricket Club will begin preparations for a new season by hosting their annual meeting on Friday, February 2.

This was an outstanding victory for North Walsham - winning away is hard enough but doing so by 59 points after a long January journey is a huge achievement.

James Knight

Holt were handed their second walk-over of the season on Saturday - but on this occasion a match did take place at Bridge Road.

London

Trimingham Pilgrims began the new year with a home league match against Bungay played at Woodhill, East Runton.

North Norfolk Events

Cromer’s popular folk rock festival will be returning to the Pier for it’s 20th birthday this May.

Young dancers from across north Norfolk have been encouraged to audition for a Cinderella in Hollywood production to take place at Norwich’s Theatre Royal.

Norwich

Norwich tattoo parlour owner Reuben Youngblood has created an incredible chill-out area for his family in an underground water tank that was once part of a sewage works in Sea Palling - George Clarke will feature the build on Channel 4 this week

Norwich

Pancake Day is right around the corner, so make sure you head to the shops and stock up on lemon, sugar and chocolate spread before it’s too late.

Norwich

Poetic folk songwriter Jade Cuttle is to perform at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes in a show “inspired by the humble-hearted wisdom and resilience of nature”.

BBC

Norfolk Entertainment

Cromer’s popular folk rock festival will be returning to the Pier for it’s 20th birthday this May.

Young dancers from across north Norfolk have been encouraged to audition for a Cinderella in Hollywood production to take place at Norwich’s Theatre Royal.

Norwich

Norwich tattoo parlour owner Reuben Youngblood has created an incredible chill-out area for his family in an underground water tank that was once part of a sewage works in Sea Palling - George Clarke will feature the build on Channel 4 this week

Norwich

Pancake Day is right around the corner, so make sure you head to the shops and stock up on lemon, sugar and chocolate spread before it’s too late.

Norwich

Poetic folk songwriter Jade Cuttle is to perform at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes in a show “inspired by the humble-hearted wisdom and resilience of nature”.

BBC

Norfolk Sport

The World Indoor Bowls Championships, which are being staged for the 40th time, have seen some triumphs and disasters in their time, but Wednesday afternoon produced one of the biggest surprises since the event was first staged in Coatbridge, near Glasgow, in 1979.

Lowestoft Town slipped to a disappointing defeat at home to promotion chasing Folkestone Invicta last night.

Gorleston continued their perfect start to 2018 as they ran out 2-0 winners at home to Fakenham Town in the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division on Tuesday night.

If it hadn’t been the World Indoor Championships, the first singles game on the portable rink at Potters Resort yesterday would have had the makings of a Monty Python sketch.

David Gourlay, who, as Bowls Scotland’s head coach, is in the process of masterminding the country’s bid for medals at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Australia’s Gold Coast, won the World Indoor Singles title in Preston’s Guild Hall in 1996, when he was a 100/1 outsider.

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