Proceeds from an art exhibition will be turned into books for a school library.
School children in Toftwood have been learning how to stay safe and happy and to speak out if they have any worries.
Computer whizz kid George LeBon is exhibiting a new game at this year’s Norwich Gaming Festival.
An ambitious £90,000 choral and creative writing project, inspired by one of Norfolk’s best loved museums, comes to fruition next month giving a voice to people from the workhouse past.
Two Norfolk nurseries are celebrating gold medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Over 2,500 cyclists are set to descend on Holkham Hall over the Bank Holiday weekend as the estate once again hosts the cycling festival Pedal Norfolk.
A tribute to one of jazz music’s most endearing singers, Ella Fitzgerald, comes to Dereham on Friday.
The Mid Norfolk Singers are holding a ‘Come and Sing’ concert on Saturday, June 3, in aid of the charity Keeping Abreast.
Four gardens in Norfolk will be among 400 across the UK to open over the Bank Holiday weekend to celebrate 90 years of the National Gardens Scheme.
Breckland councillor Gordon Bambridge is known for being articulate in the council chamber but he will now be honoured for his achievement in the field of communication.
As a thank you to Great Ormond Street Hospital for saving his baby daughter’s life Lee Rudd vowed to raise £5,000.
A mischievous moggy with a taste for adventure is back to his old tricks.
A trading standards investigation has been launched after three dead calves were found in a ditch.
It’s a massive achievement in every sense of the word.
It’s so pretty it looks good enough to eat.
The Queen of the Desert will be coming to the heart of Norfolk this year thanks to Dereham Theatre Company.
They only started playing the sport six weeks ago but a team of year 8 girls from Northgate High School have reached a national final in handball.
George Freeman, who was elected Mid Norfolk MP in 2010, has been unanimously readopted as the Mid Norfolk Conservative candidate for this general election.
A fun dog show in aid of Litcham Community Fete will be held on Saturday in the village.
Organisers of this year’s Dereham Blues Festival have announced the full line-up for the four-day summer music event.
A man in his 60s died in the fatal collision on the A47 at Scarning on Friday, police have said.
It is one of the most heart-warming scenes in the countryside – ewes with lambs at foot grazing peacefully in a lush green meadow.
A charity champion who has raised over £100,000 for the Norfolk Heart Trust has been invited to a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
Nifty knitters who are busily crafting for the Dereham Carnival are being asked to drop off their woolly creations at the town council offices.
Two mid Norfolk community car schemes are in urgent need of more volunteer drivers to help maintain their good work.
After 20 months in the making the village of Yaxham will now have its say on its Neighbourhood Plan.
They came in all shapes and sizes and from pedigree to crossbreed to vie for coveted rosettes at the second Dereham Carnival Dog Show.
From dancing round the maypole to circus skills there was plenty to keep families entertained as Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse celebrated May Day with a Spring Fair.
An ambitious project to replace the village hall in Lyng has moved a step closer after Breckland Council awarded £20,000 towards the new build.
Discover the ancient origins of the May Day celebration at a Spring Fair at Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse on Bank Holiday Monday.
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