Racism and migration in Norfolk will come under the microscope in a new young people’s project.
Trains to Norwich have been disrupted as a tree is blocking the line.
The touching story of a theatre romance that led to a lifelong love has been uncovered as a theatre delves into its past.
A busy coast road could remain closed for a few days after weekend downpours saw flood water get under it and lift the surface.
Sheringham Little Theatre director DEBBIE THOMPSON writes about the venue’s post-lockdown future – and how you can help make sure it survives.
The story of Sheringham during the Second World War has been told in a new book to be released for the anniversary of war’s end.
Sheringham’s first-ever ‘virtual’ carnival has proven to be a “surprise, runaway success” - with a duck race and Where’s Wally competition among the highlights.
Memorabilia from the early days of a north Norfolk theatre has been given back to the venue as a special anniversary present.
A charity shop which supports the volunteers who keep people safe on the sea is finally reopening its doors.
Norfolk family members of a young man who fought off Covid-19 while in a coma have rallied to help him back to health.
A furloughed chef and his wife have spent their spare lockdown hours cooking up a new venture - a home delivery service for children’s clothes.
Coffee and cake is now centre stage at a north Norfolk theatre.
A man who assaulted a police officer and spat in the face of another in Sheringham has been jailed for six months.
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.
The retiring head of a school’s learning support department has been given an Abba-themed send-off.
North Norfolk theatres have turned red to highlight the plight of the performing arts sector, which is struggling to survive after months of 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 £75,000 plan to put a set of historic church bells back into use for the first time in 90 years has been delayed after the coronavirus pandemic left volunteers unable to lend a hand.
The first pavement markers, known as decals, that remind people to keep social distancing have been placed in Sheringham.
A rendition of Elton John’s I’m Still Standing has proven a hit on a school’s YouTube video channel.
An off-duty policeman had to fight off two dogs after they attacked his pet chihuahua.
Coach parking has been temporaily suspended at two car parks in north Norfolk.
A former greengrocer’s in Sheringham could become a pizza restaurant and “bring new energy to the high street”.
A Norfolk town council is keen to rebuild bridges after a row threatened to tear the community apart.
Vandals have spray painted the words ‘Crab Bucket’ onto a seafront wall in Sheringham.
A town councillor resigned after being left in a position where he had “nowhere left to go”.
And the tide rushes in .....and washes my sculptures away.
A Sheringham artist whose latest work depicts a train that runs on the North Norfolk Railway (NNR) plans to paint a mural a week in the town.