When doctors told her she had just months to live, Norfolk grandmother Liz Johnson and her family were devastated.
People in mid-Norfolk will have the opportunity to learn benefits of bird watching during an upcoming bird therapy walk.
Students from a Norfolk school uncovered historical treasures from their own lives when
they opened time capsules buried three years ago.
Three secondary schools and a further education college have successfully secured a grant aimed at supporting pupils and encouraging them to take up engineering courses.
A play written by a prominent television writer is set to be performed by the Dereham Theatre Company in March.
Poor weather conditions prevented Swaffham residents from holding their annual pancake race in the market place but they still managed to make the most of the day.
A parish council in Norfolk is hoping to pay tribute to those who served in the First World War with a new memorial shelter.
A former soldier and army captain who was based in Swanton Morley has become the first back-to-back winner of the Royal Artillery Gold Cup at Sandown.
The Swaffham Town Council has announced that this summer it will be holding a sheep fair in the centre of town.
A play based on the life of a man who spearheaded change across Norfolk and stood up for ordinary people is set to be performed at the Wells Maltings.
A housing organisation has said properties in one of Norfolk’s most popular seaside towns are “beyond the reach” of local families and affordable homes are being sold as holiday lets.
One of Norfolk’s leading nature parks is marking a landmark anniversary by launching a new programme of events.
With winter coming to an end a line up of events and activities have been revealed by the Dereham Windmill.
A popular Norfolk attraction is set to hold a special event to thank all of its supporters for helping to bring historic stories to life.
A teenager from Norfolk is preparing to take on a national cooking competition in London.
Soldiers based in Norfolk have been training in Cumbria in preparation for a six month deployment in the Baltics.
Reports of a couple taking photographs outside a school in Fakenham are being treated as an “isolated incident”, according to Norfolk Police.
A Norfolk school has been handed a cheque of more than eleven thousand pounds following a campaign to restore their historic school bell.
Repairs to the damaged manhole cover that caused travel chaos last week are expected to be completed before evening rush hour.
A planning application for a new camp site in Gressenhall may struggle to move forward after the parish council refused to give its support.
Valentine’s Day came early to Swaffham when a community group held a retro Valentine dance.
A new comprehensive guide to walking trails in Dereham has been delivered to the town Library.
School children, councillors and onlookers headed to the centre of Dereham to mark a century since the act that paved the way to universal suffrage.
Highways England have confirmed that the final repairs to a damaged manhole cover on the A47 are set to take place sometime next week requiring the closure of the eastbound carriageway.
The filming of a dramatic new BBC television show is coming to an end after six days at the Mid-Norfolk Railway in Dereham.
A proposal to build holiday cottages in a small village has been given widespread support by people across mid-Norfolk ahead of its official hearing.
One of Fakenham’s best known companies has agreed to sponsor a GoGoHare as part of a county-wide sculpture trail.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a serious road collision near Fakenham.
A damaged manhole cover on the A47 at Dereham which caused long delays for drivers throughout today has been temporarily fixed.
The mayor of Dereham is going to experience what life is like for people who are blind by trying to navigate the streets blindfolded.
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