The beautiful and varied Norfolk Trails network consists of 1,600 miles of linear trails and their associated circular walks, covering coast, woodland, broads and wetlands.
People in the East of England are waking up to a frost-bitten and misty Christmas morning.
It's the season to be chilly with festive swims taking place across the region to help cure those Christmas Day hangovers.
Those hoping to see snow on Christmas Day are set to be disappointed as forecasters predict the big day will be dry and cloudy.
While we're enjoying our Christmas, there's an army of people making sure Norfolk still runs smoothly.
It's A Wonderful Life has been voted as Britain's favourite Christmas film in a new poll by Radio Times.
Children from a Cromer school celebrated the festive season at a Christmas service featuring pupils from academies across Norfolk and Suffolk.
On cold winter nights, most people are wrapped up in a blanket and sipping a hot drink. But while we sleep, a team of up to 56 gritters are out in the early hours keeping Norfolk's roads safe.
From wrapping paper and potato peelings, to turkey trimmings and tinsel, the festive season is usually a messy time of year.
Galton Blackiston, of Morston Hall, shares some of his best festive memories and tips.
Are you obsessed with Christmas and everything it has to offer? Or are you more 'Bah, Humbug' when it comes to the festive season? Take this quiz to find out which famous Christmas character is your spirit animal.
Is this a case of elf and safety gone mad?
Not in the Christmas spirit? I don't understand, writes Jo Malone
A Norfolk takeaway has combined two of the nation's favourite dishes to make the ultimate festive treat.
We know Father Christmas is super busy at this time of year, but thanks to the magic of Christmas he's still managing to be in several places at once in Norfolk.
That Christmas Day stroll, Boxing Day amble or New Year's Day wander quickly becomes a festive tradition once you've started.
Christmas is coming and there is no better way to get into the festive mood than visiting a market, with mulled wine in hand of course.
Norfolk's Christmas 'season' is officially in swing after Holt hosted the county's first festive lights switch on of 2018.