For a family from north Norfolk, January should have been a time for remembrance but instead they have been left heartbroken after being told church policy will not allow the words 'dad or grandad' to be written on their loved one's grave.
Whether it's to make time for tea with a neighbour, or to go to a carol service, will this be the year to do some of the festive things you promise yourself every year? We've 18 ideas for starters.
Christmas is coming and there is no better way to get into the festive mood than visiting a market, with mulled wine in hand of course.
Trustees of a charity which helps the needy in Burnham Market gathered to place a statue in the village to commemorate all those who have died through war.
Remembrance Day is set to be marked across the Dereham, Fakenham and Wells area, with several events and projects taking place on or leading up to November 11.
Artwork created to mark 100 years since Armistice will go on display at St Mary's Church in the village of Whissonett.
Hundreds of visitors hopped along to a popular village fair celebrating creativity and community spirit.
A popular fair honouring a Norfolk family and a four legged creature which has long inspired artists is set to make a welcome return.
Churches in Beachamwell will open to the public for free on Sunday September 23, which includes a rare chance to visit one of the village's ancient churches.
A flypast by the country's last operational Second World War heavy bomber marked the loss of hundreds of American aircrew from a mid Norfolk airfield.
A Norfolk village church is set to host a concert in September to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One.
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