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Queues formed outside restaurants, cafés and pubs as diners flocked to grab a discounted dinner under the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which launched on Monday in a bid to boost the industry. Our reporters enjoyed a taste of the bargains on offer.

The Mid-Norfolk Railway has bought a locomotive synonymous with its history ahead of launching a restoration project to bring it back to its former glory.

A new map shows every independent restaurant, café and pub taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out money-off scheme.

Food and Drink

Nearly 4000 restaurants across the East of England will cut diners’ bills by as much as 50pc, as the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme officially opens for business today.

Food and Drink

Prime minister Boris Johnson has announced a halt to the easing of lockdown restrictions.

A £2.2m package has been launched to support tourist businesses in Norfolk as they aim to lure back visitors following the coronavirus crisis.

Diners can now find out which restaurants are taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help scheme, which launches next week.

Food and Drink

Traders have urged customers to support their high street as the next stage of long-running roadworks begins.

Attleborough

Family-run Norwich department store Jarrold is reopening some of its restaurants.

Drivers and businesses can expect two weeks of disruption when several town centre roads close as part of long-running roadworks.

Attleborough

Lotus Cars has announced it is creating a facility with 130 engineers away from its Hethel HQ in a new investment.

A Norfolk couple are selling their country house after building their own modern designer equivalent.

Though the food and drink sector is reopening its doors to the public, it’s certainly not back to business as usual. Here’s a handful of ways it might change going forward.

Food and Drink

After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Inaccurate endowment policy forecasts have caused problems for millions, says finance expert Peter Sharkey.

The Week In Numbers with Peter Sharkey

Beauty salons, gyms and leisure centres are to reopen in the government’s latest easing of lockdown rules.

Norfolk Live

With coronavirus making people think twice about going abroad, a staycation could be the perfect getaway.

Fitness clubs, gyms and indoor pools will be allowed to reopen at the end of the month, with outdoor arts performances set to resume from the weekend, the government has announced.

Car maker Lotus is set to open a new factory in Norwich in a boost to the city’s manufacturing industry which will create 125 jobs.

It’s not been an easy few months for those working in the food industry. But the challenges have been met with resilience and innovation. Here, we’ve picked eight reasons to celebrate the work of everyone in the world of Norfolk food and drink during lockdown.

Food and Drink

As many Norfolk eateries welcomed customers indoors for the first time since March, owners have described the experience as positive but strange.

One of Norfolk’s most loved heritage railways has applied for funding to restore regular passenger services between two towns and Norwich.

Motorsport fans will be allowed to visit a popular Norfolk circuit for race meetings under new guidelines.

Split ends, dark roots, or a fade that’s faded - many of us are looking forward to getting our hair back under control as hairdressers and barbers reopen this weekend. EMILY THOMSON spoke with the professionals about what will be changing at the salon.

For the first time in three months, pubs will be able to open their doors to customers on July 4.

Campaigners warn planned tax changes could leave thousands at risk of financial ruin and serious mental health problems as MPs prepare to debate a finance bill in parliament today.

Hot tub sales have surged during lockdown, says Peter Sharkey, as average household spending falls by more than a fifth.

The Week In Numbers with Peter Sharkey

Norfolk’s restaurants and hotels are preparing to bounce back with thousands of diners showing their appetite for post-lockdown eating out.

With lockdown restrictions on the hospitality industry easing next month, campsites across Norfolk and Waveney have been experiencing an upsurge in calls and bookings.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Can we watch live sports matches in pubs? How can we enjoy a bar meal?

Coronavirus in Norfolk

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