The governing body overseeing a multi-million pound arts centre in Wells has appointed a new chair at a crucial time for the project.
A community project to restore the Barnham Broom church bells has put the historic items on display for schoolchildren.
A topping out ceremony in Wells has heralded an important milestone in the multi-million pound renovation of its arts and heritage centre.
The multi-million pound Wells Maltings development, to create a new arts and cultural centre in the seaside town, has reached a project milestone.
A project to transform a derelict building into an arts and heritage project has been given a valuable £100,000 boost.
A wildlife charity will be offering people the chance to get closer to nature for free, thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A thousand-year-old church with a mysterious past on the North Norfolk coast is to receive almost two hundred thousand pounds from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Norfolk YMCA has been a vital part of the region’s charitable efforts since the 1850s.
Love them or hate them bats have an important role to play in our ecosystems and they are protected by law.
Halloween came early this year, when Wighton families were treated to a bat-tastic night at All Saints Church.
The fascinating history of mental health treatment in Norfolk has been unveiled as the stories of those admitted to the Norfolk County Asylum - later known as St Andrew’s Hospital - have been revealed.
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.
The region’s historic churches have been put at risk after a decision to scrap a vital Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) programme for places of worship.
The future of a crumbling church looks more secure after the National Lottery answered its prayers.
East Anglia is home to a wide variety of theatres and playhouses, and performers from across the region, the UK and indeed the world, have graced their stages.
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