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A stock car racer is planning to leave Norfolk to pursue his NASCAR dream in the US.

The first wedding to be held at Norwich St John’s Cathedral since lockdown began was “beautiful and well worth the stress” according to the lucky couple - even if it wasn’t quite so grand as they had imagined.

As life steadily returns to normal, many people will be considering days out with family and friends.

A hard-hitting animation showing how a young person is groomed and exploited has been created in a bid to warn youngsters across Norfolk about the dangers of taking the wrong path in life.

A game to build young people’s confidence and a revolutionary plan for a city have earned kudos for three Alderman Peel High School students in national competitions.

Following three of the strangest and scariest months most of us will ever experience, life is gradually beginning to return to normal.

A shopkeeper has launched a petition after he said town centre road closures had cut his trade by a third.

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North Norfolk Sport

Mon, 13:15

A town’s two football clubs have merged in an effort to provide opportunities across the community.

Staff and players at a seaside putting green were bowled over with surprise at the weekend, when a former England cricket captain stopped by to take a turn on the green with his family.

A merger between two of a town’s football clubs will see them form one of the biggest clubs in the county according to its chairman.

A seaside golf course is enjoying a membership boom in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

Each season’s kit launch is an exciting moment for any football fan, but for one Norwich City fan it is a chance to add another piece of history to his phenomenal collection.

North Norfolk Events

Fri, 13:04

Garden parties, a live-streamed duck race and a ‘where’s Wally?’ contest are all planned for this year’s ‘virtual’ Sheringham Carnival.

A new station master, Anne Hadley, has been welcomed to the North Norfolk Railway station at Sheringham, to complement its ‘new image’ as it reopens after the lockdown.

North Norfolk theatres have turned red to highlight the plight of the performing arts sector, which is struggling to survive after months of lockdown.

The gardens around Mannington Hall, a moated medieval country house in north Norfolk, have reopened for visitors as the coronavirus lockdown eases.

It’s not been an easy few months for those working in the food industry. But the challenges have been met with resilience and innovation. Here, we’ve picked eight reasons to celebrate the work of everyone in the world of Norfolk food and drink during lockdown.

One of the steam locomotives on the North Norfolk Railway has been given a very 2020 touch ahead of the line’s reopening.

A new business is bringing a pizza the action to villages across Norfolk where residents can miss out on takeaways due to their rural location.

A popular Norfolk jazz band is considering a name change amid concerns over its links to America’s southern former slave states.

Norfolk’s heritage railways are steaming towards reopening, albeit at a gentle pace.

Enjoying a cuppa while scouting for a bargain at a car boot sale has been a Great British tradition for decades.

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