When Cromer-based scientist-turned-author Rosie Hendry first put pen to paper a few years ago and sent her efforts to short story magazine People’s Friend, she was delighted when the popular weekly title wrote back to say it planned to publish her work.
When Holt-based photographer Howard Denner was given his first camera at the age of ten, it kick-started a lifelong passion that led to him snapping rock stars ranging from Diana Ross and Debbie Harry, to James Brown and Madonna.
Hundreds turned out to pay their respects at Sheringham, where the town’s Salvation Army Band led a parade to the war memorial for a service led by the vicar of Sheringham, former Royal Navy chaplain, Rev Christian Heycocks.
Take a trip down memory lane with our wonderful photographic celebration of East Anglian life through the decades. Today we take a nostalgic look back at the seaside town of Sheringham, situated in North Norfolk.
Audiences are invited to follow the adventures Dorothy and her faithful dog Toto as they travel over the rainbow to a magical land, in this year’s Sheringham Little Theatre pantomime, The Wizard of Oz.