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The Globe Inn head chef Adam Clayton. Picture: Ian Burt

World class in Wells

The Globe at Wells is a great workplace for head chef Adam Clayton, who fell in love with cooking as he travelled the globe.

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Creamy chicken and leek pie. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Creamy chicken and leek pie

A simple but delicious recipe for Sunday lunch, from our food writer Mary Kemp of East Harling.

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Ear Grey Tea Loaf,  Richard Hughes: The Lavender House, Brundall. Picture: James Bass

Earl Grey Tea Loaf

Richard Hughes of The Lavender House in Brundall shows us how to make Earl Grey Tea Loaf.

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Trollbeads, Aurum

Stylesheet

Norfolk’s best boutiques and loveliest labels, by Rachel Buller

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Young smiling couple holding and looking at an ultrasound scan of their expecting baby at home

Love is in the air

Our health columnist Dr Matt Piccaver, a GP based in East Anglia, discusses best ways of increasing the chances of becoming pregnant.

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Statement pieces from Berry & Grey in Norwich

Ask the experts

Creating calm from chaos and a working study from a gloomy room – we find out how with top tips from Norfolk’s interiors and homes goods businesses.

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Members from the Sheringham-Muzillac Twinning Association for the Norfolk Magazine People with a Passion page. 

Photo by Mark Bullimore

Expecting twins

Members of the Sheringham/Muzillac Twinning Association are building friendships, boosting business and bringing together different cultures.

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Anna Mudeka withe her daughters, Carly and Evie

Thanks Mum!

Celebrating some inspirational Norfolk mums, writes Rowan Mantell.

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Hindringham Hall

Magical manor

A fabulous garden comes to life and opens for the National Gardens Scheme

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Moving to Attleborough

Making a move to . . . Attleborough.

The perfect mix of town and country – and thanks to the dualling of the A11 – Attlebrough is a great location for those needing to commute.

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Ear Grey Tea Loaf,  Richard Hughes: The Lavender House, Brundall. Picture: James Bass

Earl Grey Tea Loaf

Richard Hughes of The Lavender House in Brundall shows us how to make Earl Grey Tea Loaf.

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Brooke VC CE Primary School who won first prize in their section of the 2014 Food and Farming challenge at last year's Royal Norfolk Show

Showtime for schools

The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA) aims to help educate young people through a range of inspiring events to promote a better understanding of food, farming and the countryside.

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The Business Partnership Initiative

Work wise

The importance of forging closer links between businesses and education is at the heart of Great Yarmouth College’s vision for the future. It has just launched the Business Partnership Initiative which will use the expertise of local employers to develop its curriculum and offer continued training.

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Norwich Castle

Doing different

Everyone wants their wedding day to be special. But if you want it to be a statement about your personality too, here are some great ideas to add a unique twist.

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Property auctions

Auction house

Rebecca Matthew, manager of Durrants Auction Rooms in Beccles, offers her guide to selling your property by auction.

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Not all children are driven to succeed in exams

From the headmaster’s office

Let’s remember the importance of developing skills over exam results, says Robin Gainher, headmaster at Beeston Hall School at West Runton.

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Artichoke, Hackford

Stylesheet

Norfolk’s best boutiques and loveliest labels, by Rachel Buller.

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Martin James working at the Panther Brewery at Reepham.; Photo: Bill Smith

Bitesized

Judith Taylor, our voice of farming from Ludham, talks us through her visit to an award-winning Reepham brewery.

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