Fans of the music of Jimi Hendrix will be spoilt for choice as two gigs have been organised in Dereham on the same night to mark exactly 50 years since he played in the market town.
The beer barrels are in situ, the marquees are going up and even the weather forecast is looking perfect for Hardingham’s first beer festival.
The heart and soul of the community was lost with the closure of a historic pub, said village residents who gathered to mark a year since the last pint was pulled.
A Dereham woman is appealing for help to trace a coat that belonged to her late grandmother and was given to a charity shop by mistake.
Live music fans are expected to flock to the north Norfolk coast this weekend for the first Deepdale Festival.
Over 70 students in Year 11 Dereham’s Neatherd High School were rewarded for excellent reports they received for the work experience they completed with a variety of employers.
An outstanding childcare provider has opened a new nursery near Dereham to help meet increased demand from parents.
A Norfolk charity is urging people who depend on heating oil for their homes to buy early and save money ahead of the colder weather and longer nights approaching.
With its perfect coastal micro-climate the Holkham estate has a long tradition of growing some of the finest crops.
Estate agent signs on an empty shop in Dereham are raising hopes that a major retailer will soon confirm its intention to open a store in the town.
The family of a little boy born with a congenital heart defect have released a heartwarming video of his difficult start in life to raise awareness of the condition.
If you felt in a bit of a rut, that life was getting too comfortable and routine, what would you do?
A ground-breaking programme, funded by a £185,000 lottery grant, is being launched across the Breckland district next week to engage isolated older people in the arts.
They were rather sorrowful, almost ghostly, faces peering out of dark canvas with centuries of dust, grime and over-painting concealing any recognisable artistic talent.
The village of Hardingham, near Dereham, is set to host its first beer festival over three days from September 22 to 24.
Hundreds of plant lovers were in their element at Pensthorpe Natural Park as it held its annual Specialist Plant Day with experts from some of Norfolk’s top nurseries on hand to give advice.
Police are appealing for witnesses after thieves tried to get into a property in Mattishall.
The final line-up of acts has been revealed for Dereham’s first Fringe Festival on Saturday, including the evening’s Comedy Club performers.
Two youngsters, who were injured in separate accidents while enjoying the Dereham Carnival, counted down to the first teddy bear on the zip wire at Dereham Windmill on Sunday.
A father who set up a crowd-funding page to replace his son’s life-saving nebuliser has reached his target in just eight hours but will carry on fundraising for a charity which supported them.
New or relocating businesses in Breckland’s five market towns are being given the opportunity to claim up to 80 percent rate relief in their first year.
The annual Heritage Open Days are a great way of exploring the many historic gems in our county and finding out about its varied past. These are some of the venues open in our area between Thursday and Sunday.
It is almost time to get your glitter on, sew in the sequins and take the ride of your life for the Norfolk premiere of one of Broadway’s most popular and acclaimed musicals.
A mouth-watering programme of local talents and skills will be taking to the stage at Dereham’s Memorial Hall in just over two weeks’ time as the town prepares for its first Fringe Festival.
A developer has seen an application for 25 homes in a rural village refused for the second time after it came back to Breckland Council on a technicality.
A new development of 127 houses has been given approval for land behind the redundant maltings in Dereham but the maltings building itself will not be brought back into commercial use.
Heritage railway staff have been left distraught after vandals caused several thousands of pounds worth of damage to vintage carriages.
The owners of a mid Norfolk pub have resubmitted a planning application to develop part of the site and improve facilities after support from the community.
Young visitors to Messy Church at St Nicholas in Dereham had a fantastic morning looking at how to protect and save our planet.
The new Mattishall Play Area has opened, just in time for the school holidays.
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