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Addenbrooke's Hospital
Norfolk Constabulary police vehicle. Picture: James Bass.

A male in his late teens has suffered life-threatening head injuries after a crash near Westwick.

Tony and Chris Callaghan, one year on from the Tunisian terror attack in Sousse on 26th June 2015.

 Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Tony and Chris Callaghan will mark tomorrow’s first anniversary of the Tunisian terror attack at a poignant private ceremony with other survivors.

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
Clyde the dog with Happisburgh Coastwatch volunteers, back left to right, Roy Speed, Gareth Pritchard, Brian Thorogood, George Marsden, Jacqueline Middleton, Fred Rendell, Paul Hayter, Jacqui Robertson, John Golby, Stuart Yeomans. Front, Clyde's owners John and Louise Brooks.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

They act as lookouts scanning the waves for those in peril at sea. Now a coastal safety charity has issued an SOS for new volunteers to assist with its lifesaving work. Happisburgh Coastwatch is appealing for new recruits to help man its station at Cart Gap. The group, which mans the lookout 365 days a year, receives no government funding. The recruitment campaign has been launched by Louise Brooks who joined the group after it helped save her dog Clyde from drowning two years ago.

Holt Farmers' Club's sixth form student day at Hall Farm, Wickmere. Pictured: Ben Burgess director Ben Turner explains the role of farm machinery.

The farmyard’s potential as an inspiring rural classroom was put to the test as more than 200 students undertook an educational agricultural field trip.

Walsham
Sheringham Primary School Eco Club members celebrate after winning a £250 Total Green School award for their energy-saving efforts. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Environmentally-aware youngsters at Sheringham Primary School have bagged a £250 award, after coming up with a scheme to save cash and energy by switching from conventional to LED lighting.

Sheringham Primary School
Morrisons butcher Mark Pearce with Cromer Junior School pupils, who visited the store as part of a topic on healthy eating. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Europe-themed treats were on the menu for Cromer Junior School pupils, when they visited their local Morrisons supermarket as part of a topic on healthy eating.

NHS
Cromes Place, Badersfield, under water. Picture: DOREEN LARKMAN

Residents living at former Norfolk airbase feared their homes would be flooded in the deluge.

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North Norfolk Sport

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John Ross

A larger than life north Norfolk farmer, rugby player and England supporter, John Ross, has died aged 80.

Downham are gaining some momentum in the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division.

Downham Town appear to be finding their feet after making a wretched start to their Premier Division campaign.

Barton Wanderers
North Elmham opener James White demonstrates his ability with the bat. Picture: MIKE WYATT

A somewhat wetter weekend than last saw some games succumb to the bad weather in the Norfolk League, writes Mike Ridout.

Barton Wanderers
Anglian Schools Athletics Championships at the UEA Sportspark. Aaron Loombe.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

There were a number of fine individual performances from Norfolk competitors in the annual Anglian Schools Championships at UEA Sportspark in Norwich.

Norwich
Cricket action from the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division match between Cromer in Bat vs Swardeston A fielding. David Turner batting for Cromer with Alex Bilham in wicket.

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Damon Egan maintained his rich vein of form to help Sprowston win the Premier Division’s match of the day – and claim top spot as a result.

David Turner

North Norfolk Events

The Jubilee Players production of thriller Night Must Fall has been re-scheduled after the Tithe Barn in Horstead was needed as a polling station for the EU Referendum. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

It is a political drama with a cast of colourful characters that has gripped the nation. And now the EU referendum has even upstaged the latest production by an amateur theatre group.

European Union
Music and dancing at last year's Woodfields School W-Festival. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Festival fever hits Sheringham Woodfields School next Friday, when staff and students will be staging an annual event promising music, dancing and fun for all the family.

The Lammas Gno-Gno-Gnome trail is one of the attractions of a fundraising weekend.

The little visitors are one of the attractions at a church fundraiser this weekend.

St Andrew's Church
Norfolk and Norwich Medieval Association who will set up camp in North Walsham's Memorial Park this weekend

Music, carnival, dance, drama and a battle royal are all on offer in North Walsham as the town’s week-long festival reaches its climax.

Norwich

Norfolk Entertainment

The Secret Life of Pets.

Creatures great and small wreak havoc on the streets of New York City in Chris Renaud and Yarrow Cheney’s colourful computer-animated romp.

Film of the Week
The Jubilee Players production of thriller Night Must Fall has been re-scheduled after the Tithe Barn in Horstead was needed as a polling station for the EU Referendum. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

It is a political drama with a cast of colourful characters that has gripped the nation. And now the EU referendum has even upstaged the latest production by an amateur theatre group.

European Union
Music and dancing at last year's Woodfields School W-Festival. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Festival fever hits Sheringham Woodfields School next Friday, when staff and students will be staging an annual event promising music, dancing and fun for all the family.

17-18 June 2016. Stadia, Norwich. Photo: Chris Harvey

Did you go out in Norwich last weekend? We’ve gone inside some of the city’s hottest clubs and bars to see who’s been out and about, see if you can spot yourself in our gallery below.

Norwich

Norfolk Sport

England's Will Evans in action against Scotland.

Two of Norfolk’s brightest prospects will look to power England to world glory this evening.

Ireland
Norwich's Olympian and Women's Tour rider Emma Pooley.
PHOTO BY SIMON FINLAY

Norwich time-trial star Emma Pooley has been handed the chance to make up for her London 2012 upset and take gold in Rio de Janeiro.

United Kingdom
Jamie Vardy probably wont get the space he wants and needs when England try to unpick Iceland on Monday.

Euro 2016 caught light as a tournament on Wednesday night, just in time for the knockout stages. And it was glorious.

Ireland
Will Chris Baker be able to add outdoor glory to his British indoor crown? Picture: BRITISH ATHLETICS/GETTY IMAGES

Chris Baker knows he’s within touching distance of securing automatic qualification for Rio 2016 this summer.

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