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Not many people were swimming at a beach the day after a woman died after getting into difficulties in the sea.

A woman in her 30s has died despite a major rescue operation after getting into difficulty in the water off the Norfolk coast.

There are likely to be delays on the roads of one town as pavement resurfacing work begins at the end of the month.

Buses will continue to follow a diversion around a town centre despite the road reopening last Monday.

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North Norfolk Sport

Thursday, August 6, 2020

Getting people into the water and swimming safely is the goal of a new programme being launched by the North Norfolk Vikings Swimming Club.

A hockey club’s junior members have been embracing out-of-season training as an excuse to finally get back on the pitch after months of lockdown.

It seems a long time ago, but 2019-20 was an outstanding season for North Walsham with the Vikings winning London One North by a massive 29 points – and 20 weeks on from the game that sealed that triumph they were finally presented with the championship winners’ plaque.

The news that some fans may be able to return to Carrow Road for live football within three months has largely been greeted with positivity – but also with warning that the right safety procedures have to be in place.

The owner of a north Norfolk leisure centre said he was heartbroken he had to close its indoor bowls club permanently.

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The owner of a street food van that has built up a following across Norfolk is spicing up a seaside town by opening a shop selling Asian-inspired tacos and rice boxes.

Another two Norfolk restaurants have got the seal of approval from renowned food critic Giles Coren, including Norfolk’s restaurant of the year in 2019.

The Norfolk co-creator of Spitting Image has described his time in lockdown as “productive but a lot of work” ahead of a brand new series hitting television screens this autumn.

The traditional Christmas lights switch-ons in at least two north Norfolk towns have been cancelled for this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

Queues formed outside restaurants, cafés and pubs as diners flocked to grab a discounted dinner under the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which launched on Monday in a bid to boost the industry. Our reporters enjoyed a taste of the bargains on offer.

While Friday and Saturday nights might have been our go-to for a special meal out, coronavirus has started to tweak our habits.

It was the kind of Sunday that a slow and relaxing day was called for, which is why I decided to venture out into the sticks for some much-needed chill time and good food.

Summer normally sees thousands of British holidaymakers flocking to Ibiza to sunbathe by day and dance the nights away.

A new map shows every independent restaurant, café and pub taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out money-off scheme.

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