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Septic tanks, heating oil, broadband... rural life may not be easy, but Susie wouldn’t have it any other way

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Vikings vanished centuries ago, but there are people out there dedicated to bringing our history to life

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May 2018

As celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the RAF continue, Norfolk flier shares what the RAF did for him

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May 2018

We meet a Norfolk portrait artist who has persuaded many of the country’s leading actors to sit for him

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April 2018

How a small Norfolk social enterprise is working to boost cycling

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April 2018

From ducks in the kitchen to fuel from old newspaper, there’s a bit of the TV sitcom classic in Susie’s household

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April 2018

Writer and mother of two Kate Blincoe faces a plastic-free week with her family. How hard could it be?

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For most of us, filling the recycling bin is an easy way to do our bit for the environment - but are we all helping as much as we think we are?

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April 2018

Chief curator at Norfolk Museums Service, he is leading the project to return Norwich Castle keep to its medieval heyday

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April 2018

From celebrating women and girls to robustly challenging and debating all that holds them back – the Women of the World festival arrives in Norwich this month

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April 2018

Dazzling patterns of plumage, intricate mazes of trees and bright, bold colours sing from the glorious pictures of artist and ornithologist Robert Gillmor

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April 2018

A story about an Israeli ornithologist, a Norfolk print company and a team of Norfolk friends helping address a conservation crisis might seem unlikely, but it is just such a tale that Nick Acheson has to tell

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March 2018

When Nial Adam’s father died, he found himself obsessively painting again for the first time in years as he struggled with his bereavement

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March 2018

A scattering of silver coins lost for centuries, a grinning stone lion, and a doorknocker to the dreaded workhouse have unleashed crowds of characters from history

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March 2018

When you visit the rolling splendour of Sheringham Park or discover the trees and meadows of edge-of-city Catton Park you are not just seeing the beauty of nature, but also the work of Norfolk landscape genius Humphry Repton. Rowan Mantell finds out more on the 200th anniversary of his death

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March 2018

The talking newspaper Chatterbox – which also records EDP Norfolk magazine for blind and visually impaired listeners each month - is celebrating a special anniversary

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March 2018

One was the first female lord mayor in the country, another was a refugee, another the first in Britain to choose a consort with Down’s Syndrome. The stories of Norwich’s female lord mayors are told in a new book

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March 2018

All his life, Kevin Crossley-Holland has loved the saltmarshes of north Norfolk, where land meets sea, and his work explores the borders between words and music, history and legend

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March 2018

Rural communities throughout the UK could be eligible to receive funding via the Calor Rural Community Fund from energy provider Calor

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Restaurant owner and dessert aficionado Stephanie Garbutt shares her Super Seven picks from podcasts and fashion to food and must-see binge-watch TV

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February 2018

A tube station, a safari park and a shanty town appear alongside Norfolk landmarks in a new book by the Bishop of Norwich

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February 2018

From City to County column: We know we live in a county rich in history, but says James, how many of us really understand the true meaning of the names given to the places we know and love?

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February 2018

Once he was alert for ambushes as he searched out routes to take food to the starving and bring peace to war-zones. Today he finds channels through tidal bays and saltmarshes

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November 2017

From ornate metalwork symbolising industry and agriculture to cartoon-like carvings depicting gruesome folklore – Norfolk’s hundreds of village signs tell fascinating tales and one man, Andrew Tullett, is on a mission to discover them all

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November 2017
 
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