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A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service has said a woman in her 80s has been taken to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital after an accident on Holt’s high street.

The box of the defibrillator in St Nicholas Court, North Walsham. The defibrillator equipment from within was stolen on Saturday morning.  Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

A north Norfolk community has quickly raised £800 to replace a defibrillator after one was stolen from a town centre.

Megan Jarvis, Ellie Balding, Arianne McCormack and Claudia Green at the Sheringham High School leavers' prom. Picture: SUBMITTED

Armoured jeeps, horses and carts and even mobility scooters were some of the more unusual vehicles used by students at a “magical” Sheringham High School year 11 leavers’ prom.

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The cordoned off allotment and house in Holt where Police were called too on Sunday afternoon.


A woman remains in a critical condition after suffering a cardiac arrest at a town allotment in an incident linked to the death of a man.

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Handout artist's impression issued by the University of Warwick of a water-rich asteroid. PR photo.

Researchers have warned that the Norfolk is at a slight risk from an asteroid crashing into the North Sea and creating a huge tsunami.

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The cordoned off allotment and house in Holt where Police were called too on Sunday afternoon.


Two separate locations in Holt are at the centre of a police investigation after a man’s body was discovered at one and a critically-ill woman was found at the other.

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Police Officers. Picture: Ian Burt

Investigations are under way after the body of a man was discovered in Holt.

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North Norfolk Sport

Friday, June 26, 2015

Royal Cromer youngster Amelia Williamson followed up winning a national title by recording a string of impressive wins for Norfolk at County Week.

Danny Beaumont after signing for Wisbech last summer.

Attacking talent Danny Beaumont will be plying his trade at Step Four again next season.

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Tony Richards of Sheringham Golf club who did a 100 holes in 15 hours on 22nd June to raise money for Battle Back the golfing part of the Help for Heroes charity.


Two tireless golfers have played a hundred holes in a day in a charity fundraising drive.


Norfolk League Division One leaders Happisburgh chased down 200 to overcome bottom side East Harling, writes Tim Porter.

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Winner of the of the Norfolk County Amateur Championship at Sheringham Golf Club Simon Clark on the 18th green with his trophy.


A new course record was a welcome bonus as Simon Clark won the Norfolk Amateur title for the third time at Sheringham Golf Club.

North Norfolk Events

Crowds and dancers at a previous Potty Festival. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Folk music and morris dancing fans will flock to a seaside town next weekend for a popular free festival.

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Julie Christie  in The Go-Between

Actress Julie Christie is returning to Norfolk, location of one of her most famous films, to take part in this month’s Holt Festival.

The launch of the GoGoDragons! Sticker book at Norwich Castle. New dragons, Dragonfly, and Horatio with Alan Jennings, from field sales for the EDP and Norwich Evening News. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

An annual art trail raising funds for North Norfolk-based charity Break has added a bonus feature this year - a sticker album.

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Art House Cafe, Cromer - Liz James with an example of her own art. Picture: RICHARD BATSON

A new gallery at Cromer is brewing up displays of East Anglian artists - as well as coffee.

Joseph Ballard and Krissi Jae Kitson performing in a previous Atrium variety show in North Walsham. Picture: SUBMITTED

Budding performers are getting the chance to tread the boards at a town talent show this weekend.

Norfolk Entertainment

Lord Mayor's Celebration fireworks 2014.
Photo by Simon Finlay.

With the Lord Mayor’s celebrations just days away, reporter Kieran Lynch gives you 15 things which you should not miss this weekend.

Luisa Omielan: Am I Right Ladies?!

Acclaimed Luisa Omielan ponders sex, love and body issues in her latest show, theatre at Southwold Arts Festival, classical steel guitar, jazz, a family show and where to spot art stars of the future, SIMON PARKIN picks six cultural highlights not to miss this week.

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Norwich Sound and Vision 2015. Palace.

Music and media festival Norwich Sound and Vision is set to return to the city for a sixth year with a packed programme of entertainment and debate.

91-year-old Mary Jenkins is collecting the GoGoDragons! stickers.

Norwich’s colourful clan of GoGoDragons! has captivated people of all ages, but at 91 years of age could Mary Jenkins be the oldest person collecting our GoGoDragons! stickers?

The Koons Collaborative put on a Jeff Koons-inspired 'Koons Couture' presentation at Norwich Castle for the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

From fashion and games to theatre and dance - young people have been entertaining audiences with a vibrant mix of shows and events at this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival.


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Norfolk Sport

Sam Gaughran, left, has left Lowestoft Town. Picture: RICHARD LAND/FOCUS IMAGES

Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher insists he’s working overtime to bring defensive reinforcements into Crown Meadow.

Cringleford's Joe Skipper (right) takes bronze at the 2015 World Long Distance Triathlon Championship in Sweden.

He’s the Norwich triathlete who became number three in the world – but Joe Skipper’s sights are already set on yet more success before the summer is done.

Norfolk Alliance Division One - Acle v Lowestoft. Acle celebrate the wicket of Nathan Garrod.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

An eighth wicket stand of 94 between Jason Reynolds and Michael Eccles proved to be the key to a narrow victory that took Swardeston 25 points clear at the top of the Gibbs Denley East Anglian Premier League.

Norfolk Alliance Division One - Acle v Lowestoft. Sam Clabburn batting for Lowestoft.
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

Sprowston cruised to a 101-run victory over defending champions Downham on Saturday to boost their own Premier Division title challenge.

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Ravine Rip Up hill cycle race on the promenade at Gorleston.

Picture: James Bass

Cyclists put their pedal power to the max when they took part in a speedy uphill dash in Gorleston - marking the first of what is hoped to become an annual event.

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