A ‘Scandinavian-design’ wooden holiday home in a magical forest glade and generating up to £1,500 a week in peak seasons is for sale for £450,000.
Two Norfolk friends are among the lucky few who will be spending Easter at home after managing to get rebooked onto one of the last flights out of India.
With Brexit on the horizon, farming diversification has become an agricultural buzzword. Jessica Frank-Keyes met the Marsham farmer who transformed a rural Norfolk farm into a secluded glamping enclave...
Plans to create an outdoor maize maze and picnic area at a north Norfolk leisure centre could secure up to five new jobs, if the scheme is backed by councillors.
One of north Norfolk’s best-known stores - Bakers and Larners of Holt - has picked up two top honours at the national Farm Shop and Deli Awards.
A new kind of florists offering some home-grown flowers and the latest trend of hand-tied lush botannicals is about to blossom in Holt.
A building firm which customers slammed for the quality of its work has folded with huge debts.
A Norfolk brewery is set to launch a new beer to celebrate a milestone for one of the UK’s
Cromer has more than its fair share of independent cafes - so if you’re after an afternoon tea experience the only question is which one to choose?
A popular north Norfolk hotel which has previously been named in the top 10 country hotels in the UK is being sold for more than £8.65 million.
What’s involved in running a family business which has been going since 1908? CAROLINE CULOT spoke to Julian and Lincoln Barnwell, managing directors of Barnwell Print Ltd.
Twelve out of 20 of the world’s top eventers including Oliver Townend, Norfolk’s Piggy French and Tim Price will be thrilling spectators at one of the biggest dates in the equestrian calendar.
There are few barriers to making a simple ISA investment, says Peter Sharkey.
Norfolk drivers have suffered the highest hike in diesel prices in the past month compared with any other place in the country.
The owner of Norwich steakhouse, Prime at the Edith Cavell, is opening a new venue in a north Norfolk pub.
Two long-standing businesses are leaving Holt town centre for different reasons.
A farm south of Burnham Market has diversified to grow nine varieties of grapes - with wines to try from July onwards, says Charlotte-Smith Jarvis
A Norfolk bakery business has impressed a prolific food writer who has named it one of the best in the country.
Auctioneers hope a buyer can be found for this 18 bedroom seaside hotel going under the hammer for £550,000 after it failed to sell on the open market for £900,000 last summer.
A new eatery selling the biggest sandwich in Norfolk has opened in Hamilton Road, Cromer.
How does Norwich or Thetford rank for ‘retail therapy’ compared with the rest of the UK? A new league table has some surprising results.
Two Norfolk businesswomen have launched the first career discovery business of its kind in the UK.
People buying a house in Norfolk can expect to pay on average, eight times their annual salary, in line with the rest of the UK. But which area of our county is the least affordable?
With the constant back-and-forth at Westminster it’s become easy to forget Brexit should have happened this week.
Lidl has launched its Too Good To Waste boxes nationwide with 5kg of fruit and vegetables for just £1.50.
What happened to ‘Digby’ of ‘Digby’s Fine Chocolates’? This newspaper tracked down the retailer with the sweet tooth, Digby Eddison, to find what he’s doing now.
A flagship business in a north Norfolk town could be getting an extension.
East Anglian company launches boxes filled with everything you need for the ultimate breakfast at home...or on holiday.
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.
A new opportunity to open a shop in the centre of Holt has arisen – leased from members of the UK’s oldest family-run printing firm.
From lions to princes, bears and even a gorilla with a face like Boris Johnson, the crocheted works of artist Shauna Richardson are a marvel. STUART ANDERSON got an insight into her works.
Youngsters are celebrating taking a seaside stage by storm after a successful production of the classic animal adventure The Wind in the Willows.
Hundreds of Good Friday worshippers swapped church pews for spectacular views, when they marched to the top of highest natural point in Norfolk as part of Sheringham’s annual Easter Walk of Witness.
Fears over environmental damage at a north Norfolk beauty spot have been raised after a vehicle was left stranded by the high tide.
About 100 people gathered to watch a well-staged passion play in the grounds of Cromer parish church.
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