It is the biggest event of the year in Cromer.
Pirates and mermaids can bring the fun from the beach to the Cromer Promenade, thanks to a newly finished mural decorating the pirate play area.
A range of different sports will be on offer to disabled athletes at a free event in Cromer.
A new hotel and swimming pool development in Sheringham has moved a step closer, with a leisure contractor being sought for the site from 2019.
With a raft of new projects in the pipeline, Holt is set to cement its reputation as the “jewel in the crown” of north Norfolk, according to town mayor Duncan Baker.
An underwater mural is to be painted on the seafront in Cromer as a million-pound make-over of the town’s west promenade takes shape.
Sheringham Mayor David Gooch has welcomed plans for a new hotel and swimming pool development in the town - and then warned that if the community doesn’t back the proposals the area could be left with nothing.
The Paralympics showed that disability is no impediment to success and athletes in north Norfolk are invited to take part in a special sports day.
North Norfolk’s biggest sports and swimming centre could be knocked down and rebuilt as part of an ambitious project to improve leisure provision in the District.
Whether you were a fan of the Beatles, Thunderbirds, vintage scooters, or just liked cheap beer, the Cromer ‘60s festival had it all.
A new deputy mayor has been elected in Holt following the resignation of three town councillors.
Children are set to have a ball in north Norfolk next month.
From The Beatles through to Thunderbirds, mini-skirts to mopeds – it was the decade that defined a generation.
The relocation of a mobile phone mast is continuing to hold up plans to open a new supermarket in Holt, it has emerged.
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