People from across the county came together to run more than 1,000 miles for Norfolk Day.
Sir Norman Lamb challenged people to get together with friends, colleagues or family to collectively walk 500 miles to raise funds for his Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund.
Images capturing the important work of a children’s centre, a drop-in service for veterans and a charity that keeps young people safe are winners of a photo competition celebrating Norfolk charities.
From a virtual comedy night to a dinosaur’s picnic, there’s plenty of things to do this Norfolk Day weekend.
Our third Norfolk Day, on Monday, July 27, is fast approaching. But we’re calling on the county to turn the celebrations into a long weekend. To help, four of our chefs have contributed their favourite Norfolk-inspired recipes.
Although we cannot celebrate with the usual scale of Norfolk Day events that bring people together, here is your ultimate guide to what to do over the next few days.
Over the last few weeks the Eastern Daily Press and Norwich Research Park have been busy pulling together our inaugural list of 50 Norfolk Day Heroes.
For people looking for something different than a standard face mask, we might have something just for you.
There’s still time to nominate your Norfolk Day Heroes.
A town’s community centre, which acted as a lifeline for residents through the pandemic, has won a FREE bar to help them celebrate Norfolk Day.
From crab sandwiches and gratin of courgettes, to trifle in a jam jar and an eight inch Norfolk scone, here are some Norfolk inspired dishes to impress the neighbours this Norfolk Day.
While the return of live comedy is still some way off, a Norfolk club will be marking the third annual Norfolk Day with a virtual festival.
A Norfolk charity has launched a photo competition to celebrate other local charities and groups going above and beyond.
Now’s your chance to nominate the men, women and children that go above and beyond as we build our inaugural list of 50 Norfolk Day Heroes.
As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of people and organisations are planning a variety of events to celebrate.
Bringing cheer to our streets is more important than ever before, and Norfolk Day is the perfect reason to celebrate.
We’ve teamed-up with Moon Gazer from the Norfolk Brewhouse to offer you and your street the chance to get its very own Norfolk Day Bar.
The county’s MPs have praised the heritage, wildlife and people of Nelson’s County ahead of the return of Norfolk Day.
With one month left until this years Norfolk Day, we’re asking individuals, community groups, attractions and businesses to think about how they might get involved.
As Norfolk starts to return to some sense of normality, it feels like the perfect time to celebrate our wonderful county.