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A north Norfolk village will lose its only shop if planners agree to a change-of-use application today.

North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group is appealing for fall focus group volunteers. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

A health organisation is looking to boost its care for fall patients.

The new Lidl supermarket in North Walsham.

North Norfolk District Council’s development committee will discuss separate proposals tomorrow for the North Walsham Lidl store, currently under construction, and the Holt Aldi supermarket which has not been built.

The cushion cover that was stolen from Hautbois Hall.

Soft furnishings taken from an historic retreat during a community Christmas craft fair have been returned after the hall owners threatened to reveal the culprits on Facebook.

Mary Northway and stepsons (from left) Mark, Peter and James in front of the

The family of a well-known north Norfolk publican and hotelier marked the first anniversary of his death by taking more than 400 passengers on a steam train ride to raise funds for state-of-the-art equipment for cancer patients.

Bacton gas terminal from the air. Picture; MIKE PAGE

High-level talks are under way to protect one of Britain’s main gas terminals on the Norfolk coast from cliff erosion.

Carmel Lucas (4) has leukaemia but she still goes to ballet classes.

Picture: James Bass

Like many little girls, four-year-old Carmel Lucas dreamt of starring in Swan Lake and becoming a ballerina.

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North Norfolk Sport

Tue, 21:19

Getting back to the Premier League at the earliest opportunity - that is the priority for bosses at Norwich City.

Remy Gordon was on the scoresheet, again, for Wroxham on Saturday. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Wroxham tightened their grip on the Ryman North play-off positions with a convincing away win, writes Thomas Crabb.

Wroxham have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes since manager Stewart Larter joined them from Gorleston this summer. Picture: James Bass

Wroxham may be the highest scorers in the top tiers of non-league football, but manager Stewart Larter says his side must start taking more points off the sides around them if they are to be serious play-off contenders.

North Norfolk Events

Review: Sayer, Sheringham Little Theatre

Sunday, November 23, 2014
North Walsham musicians Ron and Charlotte Sayer


Irko Tchakut will be selling fresh olives from Greece at the European Food and Craft Fair

From Belgian chocolates to Transylvanian glass, the flavour and feel of the continent comes to four Norfolk market towns over the next few weeks as they are transformed into bustling European market places.

Cromer Pier Christmas Show 2014. 

Cromer Pier’s Christmas Show has sprinkled on extra glitter to mark its 10th anniversary.

Festive family fun at Blickling Hall

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Beautiful decorations, twinkling lights, music, storytelling, Christmas crafts, mulled wine and Father Christmas will be some of the attractions at Blickling Hall this festive season.

The Norwich Citadel Band of the Salvation Army which is playing in North Walsham.

A band which has performed in prestigious London venues will be playing Christmas music in aid of two North Walsham churches.

Norfolk Entertainment

The Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich, is preparing for it Christmas show, The Borrowers.
Pictured left to right Fionna Monk (Arrietty), Oskar Schmidt-Hansen (the Boy) and Liam Arnolds (Spiller) using the rehearsal room.
Photo : Steve Adams

Classic children’s tale The Borrowers will be taking to the stage in Norwich this Christmas.

Richard Balls with his book about Stiff Records. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

It was the record label that dared to be different. Norfolk writer RICHARD BALLS talks about his new book about the label that brought us everyone from Elvis Costello to Madness, Ian Dury to Lene Lovich... Stiff Records

Festive attractions include Roald Dahl's Esio Trot, with Dustin Hoffman and Judi Dench. Picture: BBC.

Auntie Beeb has announced her Christmas line-up and it’s packed with comedy, drama and plenty of festive specials you probably haven’t been waiting for. EDP TV reviewer Stacia Briggs flicks through the festive listings.

The Garage shows for spring 2015: I Need A Doctor: The Whosical.

New writing, theatre, dance and more is in store for audiences in the New Year at Norwich arts venue The Garage.

Review: Sayer, Sheringham Little Theatre

Sunday, November 23, 2014
North Walsham musicians Ron and Charlotte Sayer


Norfolk Sport

Shaun Stocker, right, looks set to play for Lynn in the Norfolk Senior Cup tonight. Picture: TIM SMITH

The home of quarter-finalists Gorleston will host this evening’s last scheduled Norfolk Senior Cup fourth round tie between Caister and King’s Lynn Town.

The WNSP, like Michael Vaughan, is able to celebrate 50 not out. Picture: BARRY BATCHELOR

The West Norfolk Sports Podcast has completed a perhaps not so memorable half century!

Great Yarmouth Town boss Ricci Butler will be plotting the downfall of Dereham Town on Tuesday evening.

Great Yarmouth Town will look to upset the odds once again this evening when they travel to Dereham Town in the fourth round of the Norfolk Senior Cup, kick-off 7.45pm.

A season of beauty for Mercedes should get a fitting climax in Abu Dhabi this weekend.

When things come to a head in F1, there is nothing quite like it – and no, this isn’t about all those financial issues and forthcoming discussions. Those can wait, at least in terms of column inches.

Ricci Butler will take his Great Yarmouth Town side to Hullbridge Sports in the third round of the FA Vase.

Both of the region’s FA Vase representatives have been given tough away ties in the competition after the third round draw was made on Monday afternoon.

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