It looks as though the Norfolk Wildlife Trust will be able to acquire an extra 143 acres of land between Salthouse and Cley comprised of grazing marshes, ponds and reedbeds.
After an absence of 47 years it is hoped that motorcycle speedway will be returning to Norwich in the not too distant future.
The English Whisky Company based at Roudham in Norfolk has been awarded recognition for the excellence of its products.
The seafood processing factory on Holt Road at Cromer is to finally close in August with the loss of 230 jobs.
Young’s Seafoods raised hopes about the future of the Cromer Crab factory at one stage but their intention all along was obviously to close down the plant and move the production elsewhere.
A new creative arts centre is to be built on the Ipswich road site of Norwich City College. The three-storey building will have facilities for rehearsals, state-of-the-art media suites and a TV studio.
Two women on WI outing arrested in London.
In 2000 a dog walker in Happisburgh spotted and picked up an interesting piece of flint. The experts at Norwich Museum were consulted and they declared it to be a Palaeolithic handaxe that was dated to 700,000BC.
Trevor Woods’ one-man exhibition titled ‘Boats’, is at Gallery Plus at Warham Road in Wells, commencing Saturday 11th August.
Lightning fighter aircraft to return to Norfolk’s skies