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There is growing concern for the welfare of a missing Norfolk man.

Sheringham's eighth annual Scira Viking Festival got off to a successful start, with hundreds of youngsters and their families turning out to create Norse-themed helmets, shields, t-shirts and longboats at a series of craft workshops organised by the town's carnival committee.

Electric vehicle charging points (EVCPs) are being installed in six public car parks across north Norfolk.

Television presenter and comedian Stephen Fry praised a Holt-based playwright's new work after enjoying the show on the London stage.

A new play area at a country park includes a modern zip line, bug see-saw, and three different swings.

Concerns over bullying from ambulance bosses have again been highlighted - just a month after the deaths of three staff members prompted a major investigation into the trust's culture.

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North Norfolk Sport

Friday, February 14, 2020

Some of the country's top wrestling talent will be heading for the north Norfolk coast next month to battle it out in the ring in aid of an East Runton youngster with a rare form of brain cancer.

A football club which took swift action after one on its supporters racially abused an opposition player at a match in Norfolk has said it takes a zero tolerance approach to discrimination.

Norfolk's Iain Martell has been granted his wish and handed a Southern Area cruiserweight title fight - and fight fans are being promised a hurricane landing.

Former Norwich City Ladies' starlet Lauren Hemp is thriving at Manchester City as she gears up for her own slice of East Anglian derby action on Sunday when the Citizens host Ipswich Town's women in the FA Cup fifth round.

A Norfolk football club has criticised the "disappointing" punishment given to a parent who racially abused one of its players during a football match.

North Norfolk Events

From a Viking Festival to the winner of Ru Paul's Drag Race The Vivienne live in Norwich, there is plenty to keep you entertained this weekend in Norfolk.

From Britain's version of the Orient Express to a steam train along the coast, go back in time and enjoy a dose of nostalgia on these vintage railways in Norfolk.

A 28ft wooden longship has sailed into Sheringham, ready to be set ablaze at the finale of the town's annual Scira Viking Festival on Saturday.

From pizza making to a Viking Festival, there are plenty of exciting events which the whole family can enjoy in Norfolk this February half term.

Hordes of marauding Norse warriors from all over the county are gearing up for Sheringham's annual Scira Viking Festival, which kicks off this week with a series of family-friendly activities, talks and workshops.

Premier north Norfolk am-dram outfit Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (CSODS) opened at Sheringham Little Theatre last night with Alan Ayckbourn's literally multilayered farce, Taking Steps.

It was a Victorian cutting-edge technology, allowing people to cast their eyes into a three- dimensional world which, at the time, must have seemed magical.

He has played at some of the world's most famous clubs, and now he's joining Norfolk's biggest outdoor dance party.

From West End smash-hit Kinky Boots to snowdrops in full bloom, get your dancing and walking shoes ready for a weekend of exciting events in Norfolk.

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