A Norfolk MP has called for a u-turn on the decision not to extend free school meals into the half-term holiday - and said the government needs to admit it “misjudged the mood”.
They are designed to scare - but all they’ve produced is smiles.
Almost 35,000 Norfolk workers were still on furlough after lockdown eased and the tourism sector battled to make up for lost ground, new figures reveal.
A town clerk has been suspended after the council received a number of allegations warranting “detailed investigation”.
An inquest into the deaths of two men who died at a chicken factory has been adjourned for the sixth time.
Power tools worth up to £3,000 were stolen as sheds were broken into overnight.
The latest figures show the number of coronavirus cases more than tripled in some Norfolk neighbourhoods in the last week, but large parts of the county continue to escape unscathed.
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A runner from Norfolk was crowned British women’s champion at this year’s London Marathon.
Santa Claus is coming to towns and villages across Norfolk this Christmas and will be making home visits so children don’t miss out with grottos unable to open.
A popular street food fair that has been touring outdoor spaces across Norfolk this summer is set to move indoors for the autumn and winter months.
There is even more reason to go to the pub this October as venues across Norfolk are giving away free drinks to customers.
From ‘Afternoon Tequila’ to Mexican tapas, the owner of a Norwich bar has launched a food menu so the venue can survive while social distancing and the 10pm curfew are in place.
A venue in Beccles is gearing up to welcome audiences for its first full family theatre show since March.
The Monster Club has opened its doors to boys and girls of all ages with a show perfect for the family to enjoy safely this half term.
Just what does persuade performers to put ‘professional scarer’ on their CV? Stacia Briggs spoke to three actors at Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach’s Fairground Frights which begins on Wednesday
This year you’ll be able to snuggle up on the sofa for the Norwich Film Festival which is going online for the first time, with cameos from plenty of famous faces.
With the spectre of Covid-19 looming large there are still plenty of ways to enjoy Halloween in Great Yarmouth.
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