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An accident between three vehicles, which has caused fuel spillage, is causing a traffic build up.

The National Trust's Blickling Hall.   Photo by Mark Bullimore

A heated meeting at Blickling Hall has left some dog walkers feeling unable to speak up about keeping their pets on leads.

National Trust
Davenport's Magic Kingdom half term fun with magic and tricks in North Walsham - Tyrese Hlongwane.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

An indoor attraction put on a magical extravaganza for both young and old to celebrate its second year in business.

Roy Davenport
Sarah Harmer at Wembley

A mother-of-two who has terminal cancer has expressed her joy at seeing Norwich City play at Wembley.

Mundesley Road carpark, North Walsham.
PHOTO: ANTONY KELLY

A free town centre car park will be closed for six weeks during resurfacing.

North Norfolk District Council
Roy Davenport.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Town leaders want to find out more about potential car boot sales at a North Walsham tourist attraction.

Roy Davenport
The Broads. Picture: James Bass

There was no mention of direct elections to the authorities which run England’s national parks in the Queen’s Speech – despite the idea being mooted a year ago.

Broads Authority

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Sunday, May 24, 2015
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Sophie McKinna equalled her own county record on a day of outstanding performances at the Norfolk Athletics Championship at Lynnsport, in King’s Lynn.

Abellio Greater Anglia train. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Rail unions have called off a train strike planned for Bank Holiday Monday - the day of Norwich’s Wembley play-off final.

Norwich
Cricket.

Despite the best efforts of Norwich City only six games were conceded this week – but several matches were shortened to accommodate the lunctime play-off so generally cricket was the winner, writes Mike Ridout.

First Division
Charles Sanders. Photo: Karen Bethell

Organising the club coaches has been a huge task for Charles Sanders, managing director of Sanders Coaches.

Norwich
Action from Wroxham's win over Dereham in the Norfolk Senior Cup final at Carrow Road. Jamie Forshaw shoots for Wroxham.

Wroxham avoided a third successive Senior Cup final defeat in dramatic style – after a late penalty from striker Jamie Forshaw settled a remarkable battle at Carrow Road.

Elliot Pride

North Norfolk Events

Pat Chapman receives her Noda award from the organisation's representative Sue DuPont

She is the voice no-one wants to hear at am dram shows.

Copacabana, Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society. Picture: ERIC BRICKLES

Copacabana

Cromer
Wartime style action from last year's Last Night of the Blickling Proms. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A veterans charity is stepping up its work across Norfolk thanks to community support from events such as the summer proms concert at Blickling Hall.

National Trust
Holt Festival 2015 acts - Puppini Sisters

Risqué cabaret, a new theatre production, top London comedians, poetry, and flamenco are among the acts appearing in this summer’s Holt Festival.

Holt
Jane Sanders and her twin brothers Michael and Jonathan. The trio are exhibiting together for the first time as part of Norfolk Open Studios. Picture: Supplied

A trio of artist siblings will be exhibiting together for the first time as part of the annual Norfolk Open

United Kingdom

Norfolk Entertainment

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2015 Ns at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY.

An enthusiastic audience welcomed Peter Phillips’ Tallis Scholars back once more to sing sacred pieces from the sixteenth century and by Arvo Part. Tintinnabuli, the title of their recital, referred to similarities that the Estonian musician recognises between his techniques and those used by composers more than four hundred years ago.

Aurora Orchestra. Photo: Nick Rutter.

Known for its adventurous programming, where classical music rubs shoulders with jazz and almost anything else, a concert by the Aurora is an exciting and invariably stimulating event.

Mary Poppins by Disney and Cameron Mackintosh. Photographer: Deen van Meer.

Mary Poppins is set to fly into the city next year as the practically perfect nanny takes to the Norwich Theatre Royal stage.

United Kingdom
Pat Chapman receives her Noda award from the organisation's representative Sue DuPont

She is the voice no-one wants to hear at am dram shows.

Radio 1 Big Weekend at Earlham Park, Norwich. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Radio 1’s Big Weekend could be “blueprint” for other events in Norwich, after 50,000 music fans of all ages flocked to Earlham Park for the two-day festival.

BBC

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Rory Schlein.

King’s Lynn Stars skipper Rory Schlein was reported to have undergone major surgery last night after a crash during a meeting in Poland.

Sophie McKinna equalled her own county record on a day of outstanding performances at the Norfolk Athletics Championship at Lynnsport, in King’s Lynn.

United Kingdom
Michael Frew celebrates one of his seven goals for King's Lynn Town. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Striker Michael Frew has become the sixth player to leave King’s Lynn Town this summer.

Cricket. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Hockwold and Snettisham both maintained their perfect starts to the season in Division One, writes Kevin Fisher.

Action from Wroxham's win over Dereham in the Norfolk Senior Cup final at Carrow Road. Wroxham manager Stewart Larter.

Wroxham manager Stewart Larter is hoping to see long-term benefits from victory over Dereham in the Norfolk Senior Cup final.

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