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Boat users have been warned to check their fuel before going out to sea.

St George's Day parade through Cromer by the Scouts, Beavers and Guides of North NorfolK the patron Saint of the Scouting movement.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Proud youngsters paraded through a coastal town to celebrate the patron saint of England.

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North Walsham Live Aid organiser Barry Holden with an Ed Sheeran hoodie and T-Shirt which were some of the items auctioned off for this year's fundraiser.  Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A bass guitar signed by a Motorhead rock star was the biggest earner at a music memorabilia charity auction.

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Cromer community open day at the Parish hall with community organisations having stalls advertising their groups. Cromer Town Crier Jason Bell

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Community groups joined forces for one day only to raise public awareness of what they do to help a seaside town.

The Hustings Meeting in Fakenham. Pictured are (from left) Stuart Agnew, Keith Simpson, Steve Riley, Lee Muston, Chris Jones and Andrew Boswell. Picture: Ian Burt

It’s your chance to grill the people who want to represent the Broadland consistency.

Keith Simpson
Aylsham Round Table annual beer festival at the Old Cinema which raises money for various local charities. Pictured from left Poppy Hall, Alexandra Wilson, Natasha Brown and Wendy Walker.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Real ale lovers young and old will be able to sample some of Norfolk’s finest brews at a special anniversary charity beer festival today.

Norfolk Constabulary police vehicle. Picture: James Bass.

A man was arrested and two people were taken to hospital after a town centre assault early this morning.

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Change is afoot on the Norfolk cricket landscape, as two of the county’s leagues begin finalising plans for a merger.

The Crucian Crew get down to recording fish.

The week just gone, Carl Sayer and his colleagues from University College London were up in north Norfolk busying themselves with their fabulous Crucian Project.

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North Walsham 21 Eton Manor 29

Callum Taylor on England U19 duty in Australia. Picture: ECB

Norfolk ace Callum Taylor played a starring role as England Under-19s secured the first victory of their tour of Australia.

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Back in action - Michael Walsh.

Michael Walsh returns to the boxing ring for the first time in a little over two years tonight – determined to swap the sun on his back for a belt around his waist.

North Norfolk Events

Holt Primary School pupils Mackenzie, 10, and Daisy, 9, unveil a ready-to-paint Go Go Dragon, watched by teacher Samantha Cole and fellow pupils Alfie, 5, and Amy, 4. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

It was a case of magnifying glasses at the ready for Holt Primary School pupils, when they returned from their Easter break to find a trail of three-toed footprints leading to a mysterious creature that had been captured by their teachers.

Holt
Some of the items up for auction in North Walsham Live Aid at Cafe Kitale ahead of the main event on 17/18th April, Jacquie Askew looking at the some of the lots for sale. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Rock fans will be able to enjoy live entertainment and bid for music memorabilia at a popular charity fundraiser this weekend.

The performers from We'll Meet Again who are coming to Cromer Pier. Picture: SUBMITTED

Songs, comedy and variety will be performed at an end-of-the-pier theatre to mark 70 years after the end of the Second World War in Europe.

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The cast of the Elixir of Love during rehearsal. Picture: SUBMITTED

A community opera group is marking its 25th year with an historic production.

Dansmall who are playing at Sheringham Little Theatre. Picture: SUBMITTED

An eclectic music duo will 
be playing at a coastal theatre this weekend.

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Norfolk Entertainment

Karl Minns

For more than a decade Karl Minns has kept Norfolk entertained as part of the Nimmo Twins, but his new solo show is a very different beast.

The old and the new as the latest GoGoDragon 'Luda',  painted around the tale of the Ludham Dragon by 12-year-old Kieron Williamson, stands next to the vintage Snap Dragon at Norwich Castle. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

One of Norwich’s newest GoGoDragons! met one of the city’s most famous fire-breathing beasts at an event at Norwich Castle.

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Holt Primary School pupils Mackenzie, 10, and Daisy, 9, unveil a ready-to-paint Go Go Dragon, watched by teacher Samantha Cole and fellow pupils Alfie, 5, and Amy, 4. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

It was a case of magnifying glasses at the ready for Holt Primary School pupils, when they returned from their Easter break to find a trail of three-toed footprints leading to a mysterious creature that had been captured by their teachers.

Holt
Richard Gauntlett and Ben Langley get set for this years Theatre Royal panto Snow White.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The region may be enjoying blue skies and blazing sunshine, but preparations for the festive season are well under way at Norwich Theatre Royal – oh yes they are!

Norwich
Some of the items up for auction in North Walsham Live Aid at Cafe Kitale ahead of the main event on 17/18th April, Jacquie Askew looking at the some of the lots for sale. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Rock fans will be able to enjoy live entertainment and bid for music memorabilia at a popular charity fundraiser this weekend.

Norfolk Sport

Niels-Kristian Iversen. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Fans were left fuming after the first round of the 2015 Grand Prix series was cut short with just 12 heats completed.

Norfolk bowler Harry Bush collides with a Suffolk batsman during a home victory in the Unicorns Knockout Trophy last season. Photo :Steve Adams

Competitive action begins for Norfolk in the Unicorns Knockout Trophy at Manor Park tomorrow.

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Action from Swaffham Town's 1-1 draw with Stowmarket (red) at Shoemakers Lane, Jack Redhead just short of connecting to steal a Swaffham goal. Picture: Eddie Deane

With the Premier Division title already wrapped up for Norwich United, attentions turn to the battle for the First Division crown.

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Ady Gallagher. Picture: TOM SMITH/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town joint boss Ady Gallagher admitted the Blues are already starting to plan for next season ahead of their trip to Colwyn Bay this afternoon.

Action from the Norfolk Cricket League last season, Sprowston B bowler Alex Potter and wicket-keeper Ian Doy in action against Kirkley & Lowestoft Railway in Division Two. Picture: Lizzy Hampson

Change is afoot on the Norfolk cricket landscape, as two of the county’s leagues begin finalising plans for a merger.

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