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Art showing children in gas masks has been deemed "inappropriate" to be shown at a Norfolk nature park.

There's a whole sleigh-load of events being planned to mark the start of the Christmas season around north Norfolk.

As we gallop towards the festive season a special prize has been prepared for a Christmas lights switch-on.

It is full scream ahead on the Bure Valley Railway this half-term as the Spooky Express creeps into the county.

Leading naval historians are set to star in a literary extravaganza focusing on the life and times of Lord Nelson.

Stepping out entertainingly into the limelight once again at Sheringham on Tuesday night was Cromer and Sheringham Operatic and Dramatic Society (CSODS) with this hugely enjoyable musical production, directed by Jackie Overton.

A 'wildcard' artist has been picked to battle it out against others in a new television series.

Despite only being open for three years, the Wells Crab House has been making waves across Norfolk and has now been named the best restaurant in the entire eastern region.

A gigantic drawing of a house was laid out in the grounds of one of Norfolk's grandest homes in a 'barn-raising' art project.

From clowns to the dark, small spaces to spiders, there is something to spook everyone at PrimEVIL and it is no surprise that is attracts tens of thousands of thrill seekers young and old every Halloween.

A comedy show penned by a writing double act whose TV credits include The Two Ronnies and My Family promises to have audiences rolling in the aisles, when it is performed by a 16-strong cast to raise funds for Sheringham Little Theatre.

Ghostland, by Edward Parnell, explores the haunts of ghouls in literature and film, the natural and unnatural world, and the horror of his own family history.

Tickets for next summer's concert series at Cromer Hall are now on sale.

A struggling community centre has been given a major revamp, thanks to the efforts of a band of volunteers working on a shoestring budget to turn it into a thriving arts venue.

Ahead of their show in Cromer, Martin Hutchinson speaks with Paul Jones - the vocalist from The Manfreds.

The finishing touches are being made to a film looking at a mother's grief after her son took his own life.

An Agatha Christie-style whodunnit will be on the menu at north Norfolk military museum the Muckleburgh Collection, when the founders of a children's charity host a 1940s-themed fundraising supper to support youngsters with cerebral palsy.

It's a world-famous mix of festive dancing, singing, music and fun, and it adds an estimated £10 million a year to Norfolk's economy.

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