A 3D scale model copy of the West Runton Mammoth - one of the most spectacular archaeological discoveries ever made in Norfolk - could be heading home to where the remarkable skeleton was found.
North Norfolk residents are no strangers to the weird and wonderful historical artefacts that are found washed up along the shoreline.
Detective work, pirate activities and dolls’ houses are just some of the family-friendly attractions on offer this summer across the county’s museums.
An ambitious £90,000 choral and creative writing project, inspired by one of Norfolk’s best loved museums, comes to fruition next month giving a voice to people from the workhouse past.
A funding bid to the Coastal Communities Fund for an ambitious ‘Deep History Coast’ project to showcase North Norfolk’s unique coastal archaeological and historical features and boost the local economy has not been successful.
A good long-range weather forecast looks set to boost visitor numbers to key Norfolk and Suffolk attractions this year as a week-long celebration of tourism gets underway.
Fears have been voiced that some of the county’s most important archaeological finds could be lost forever if amateur fossil hunters fail to record them.
An archaeological dig in Norfolk which involved some 200 members of the community has won a national award.
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