Yesterday, 08:23

The politician dubbed 'Baroness Thrift' is preparing to downsize from her Norfolk home of 30 years. Caroline Culot spoke exclusively to Baroness Patricia Rawlings about politics, Hollywood stars and the Queen Mother

Up and down the country, pubs are closing, as costs rise and numbers of punters dwindle. In some corners, though, optimism remains. Lauren Cope reports.

Norfolk businesswoman and winner of Channel 4's Come Dine with Me, Polly Guy, will be showing off her culinary skills at Norfolk's Aylsham Show.

East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) opened its 40th shop and 17th in Norfolk - with a little help from a mermaid.


A Norfolk business coach has called for bosses to talk to their staff more to combat the rising numbers of workdays taken off for stress, anxiety or depression.

The British summer tradition of owning a beach hut will cost you as much as £60,000 in Norfolk - but it's not 'financial lunacy' say agents.

A Norfolk B&B has been named one of the best guest houses to stay at in the country.

A businessman who submitted false invoices and cheques totalling more than £1.3 million to obtain credit has been disqualified as a company director for nine years.

He bosses a business with an 18th century hall and 25,000 acre estate at its core. But it needs to make money and it's his job to find new ways to do it. Caroline Culot spoke to Peter Mitchell, MD at the Holkham estate in north Norfolk.

A North Walsham barbers is opening a second shop in Cromer later this month.

There is perhaps nothing more British than fish and chips. Now one Norfolk town appears to be staking a claim to be the region's capital for the popular dish. ABIGAIL NICHOLSON reports...

Two Norfolk eateries have been shortlisted in the fight to be named the best fish and chip shop in the country.

East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) has acquired its 40th shop.


A husband and wife team are closing a North Norfolk gallery selling 'fun, colourful, coastal art,' to expand the business online.

Businesses in Cromer remain hopeful over a new scheme which sees businesses open later on Fridays during the summertime.

If you buy this beautiful Georgian house in Burnham Market, you'll never run out of something to wear. That's because it comes with a clothing store.

Sheringham Town Council has hit back at criticism, after being accused of failing to listen to residents and traders' concerns over a long-running pedestrianisation debate.

A football club chairman has sold an iconic north Norfolk hotel to a mystery buyer.

A north Norfolk hotel has upped its food hygiene rating after being told urgent improvement was necessary.

A care home in Cawston which stood empty for a decade after a catalogue of setbacks is now finally up and running with eight residents.

Expansion plans for a historic pub which has been empty for three years have been revealed.

One of the most impressive buildings on the Holkham estate has been given a makeover by owner Lady Leicester to look more romantic as weddings there are on the rise.

Do you want to live in a magnificent Edwardian country house set in 50 acres with a lake and private gym? Caroline Culot spoke to owner Lady Denise Butler.

It has stood at the heart of its village community for almost 400 years, and now a shop has been shortlisted in two categories at the 2019/20 Rural Business Awards.

A Sheringham gift shop owner has re-ignited the town's long-running pedestrianisation debate, by launching a petition to make the tables and chairs placed in the high street after its closure due to the sinkhole a more permanent fixture.

At one time they ran four ladies' clothing shops in Norfolk, but a final sale is starting at the last one remaining, ahead of closure next month.

Wroxham and the Broads

Norfolk Trading Standards has issued a scam warning after reports of fake emails claiming to be from the TV Licensing.

The plug has been pulled on a plan for a new business park in north Norfolk, with the local council branding it a "vanity project".

A Sheringham couple with a shared passion for knitting and stitching have opened a new homewares shop selling all things Norfolk, from handmade soaps and candles, to cushions inspired by the ganseys worn by the county's fishermen.

Shoppers hoping to cool down in the heatwave may struggle - hot weather essentials are selling out across Norfolk.

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