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A pair of siblings have their sights set on scaling Africa’s highest mountain, as a tribute to their much-loved grandfather who died from cancer last year.

After a chilly few weeks Norfolk is set to experience the joys of spring over the coming days.

A couple have salvaged a run-down cow shed and turned it into a luxury abode where it now costs more than £1,200 for a three-night stay.

North Norfolk craft enthusiasts have created a clutch of more than 250 knitted chicks, which will be sold over Easter to raise money for children and young people living with cancer.

Loads of visitors enjoyed a ride on a carriage pulled by a tractor to see and appreciate a mile-long country lane, framed by thousands of daffodils, which return each year at Honing.

A Norfolk MP has described Brexit as the “Death Star of politics” as he admitted: “I’m an elected representative of 76,000 people and I don’t know what’s going on.”

George Freeman

Theresa May is battling to stay in power as MPs seek to seize control of parliamentary business in a bid to secure a softer Brexit.

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North Norfolk Sport

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Jake Duffield

North Walsham ran in 11 tries for a 75-5 win in a match that ended early due injuries picked up by a courageous but limited Amersham & Chiltern side.

Sheringham have a chance to go top of the Anglian Combination Premier Division on Saturday afternoon after extending their impressive winning sequence to 12 matches in midweek.

Wymondham Town

A weekend off should have done wonders for North Walsham who struggled to get a toe-hold in their previous game at Old Haberdashers, with players carrying injuries and in one case a chest infection.

James Knight

Liam Walsh apologises: we’ve been chatting for a while and he has an appointment in Cromer.

Liam Walsh

Liam Walsh has put Norwich at the top of his wish list as he plots his return to boxing.

Liam Walsh

North Norfolk Events

Artworks inspired by the ocean will go on show in a new exhibition.

With less than a week to go until Cromer’s eagerly anticipated 1960s Festival, preparations are in full swing.

Shanty songs and choral music are in store at upcoming church concerts in Cromer and Sheringham.

Paintings and images depicting scenes ranging from Cromer crab fishermen to Great Yarmouth circus performers will be on show at Studio 20, Norwich.

Cromer will be stepping back in time to a decade of Mods, miniskirts and moon landings next weekend, in a festival celebrating the music and fashions of the swinging sixties.

One of Mozart’s most celebrated piano concertos will be among the playlist at a classical concert planned for St Michael and All Angels in Aylsham.

London musician Paul Wellings is getting ready for an Easter gig in Cromer after a ‘near-death’ experience.

North Norfolk welcomed a ‘topical and incisive reinvention’ of H.G.Wells’ dystopian classic ‘The Time Machine’ on Monday night.

The music of Nat King Cole will ring through the theatre at Cromer Pier in the year that marks a centenary since his birth.

What is reputedly Norfolk’s most romantic garden will be part of what has become known as one of the county’s biggest garden parties.

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