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Much-loved TV and storybook character Thomas the Tank Engine peep-peeped his way along the tracks at the North Norfolk Railway this weekend, as part of one of the attraction’s most popular annual events for youngsters.

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A North Walsham student will lead a summer of festivities in Cromer after being unveiled as this year’s Carnival Queen.

A Norwich painter’s portrait of a Norfolk MP has led to him being selected for a prestigious national exhibition for a second time.

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From a hip hop festival to a bicycle-powered production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, there is lots to look forward to in the new season at Norwich Arts Centre.

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Count Arthur Strong, The Sound of Mucus, at Ipswich Corn Exchange, Saturday, April 29

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From seeing in the May Day dawn to taking a ride on Thomas the Tank Engine, going to the circus, or taking to the water, there is no shortage of family things to do this holiday weekend.

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Eating Out or Eating In

Fancy something a bit spicy? Why not check out one of East Anglia’s best Thai and Asian restaurants?

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Fancy something a little spicy? Why not check out some of the great Asian restaurants Norfolk has to offer...

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A family run cafe in Great Yarmouth is set to bring the magic of Hogwarts to the town with their Harry Potter afternoon tea.

Film & Cinema

The sequel to the Marvel film for people who don’t like Marvel films is sharper and funnier than the original, but somewhere in the second half it loses its way.

Logan marks Hugh Jackman’s final outing as Wolverine, revisiting a role he has played eight times before, which started with X-men in 2000.

Oscar Isaac is good but Christian Bale falls back on being very intense in Terry George’s period romance that’s David Lean style epic without the budget.

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