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As a new exhibition focuses on the life and legacy of Nelson, we discover the places with a particular connection to Norfolk’s hero

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August 2017

From having both feet on the ground to seeing the world from 13,500ft – a group of Norfolk youngsters are set to embark on the biggest challenge of their lives this month

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July 2017

Norfolk in summer is the time to hear the sound of leather on willow – and one local bat-maker is making a bit of noise himself

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July 2017

The Nurture Project aims to improve health and well-being through gardening – and it is not hard to see how this beautiful, magical place could transform lives

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July 2017

The family of Maisie Colquhoun from Wymondham who lost the battle with Ewings Sarcoma are taking on a heroic climb and swim for the Teenage Cancer Trust

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Fifty years on from the 1967 ‘Summer of Love’ when an estimated 100,000 people converged on San Francisco in search of nirvana, Victoria Manthorpe looks back at how an Anglo-American youth counter-culture arrived in Norwich and thrived in Norfolk for nearly a decade

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June 2017

His portfolio ranges from the Jerusalem olive grove where Jesus was arrested to the grounds of Boris’ Johnson’s official retreat. Rowan Mantell talks to world-renowned Norfolk garden designer George Carter

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June 2017

When global airline British Airways was looking for a first class magazine cover, they chose a young Norfolk artist

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June 2017

Greg Adjemian and Daniel Smith, best mates since Daniel was 12 and Greg eight, are the driving force behind one of Norfolk’s most successful pub business, G&D Ventures

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June 2017

We caught up with Sophie Ellis and Jess Lapping, co-organisers of Norfolk Superhero

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June 2017

Norfolk sailor and environmental journalist Laura Hampton swapped a cosy job with the BBC for a life on the sometimes deadly ocean waves; here, she tells us why

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June 2017

June is the month to celebrate Father’s Day and Norfolk is home to some great family businesses, so Judith Palmer spoke to four father and son teams to find out what working so closely with your family is really like

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June 2017

Norwich Theatre Royal chief executive Stephen Crocker has been in charge for six months. So how is it going? From Nativity Play mishaps to Mamma Mia he has some great answers

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June 2017

Helping out and fundraising are better than holidays for village stalwart Glenda Tooke. This month she will be making money for charities with an exhibition of archive pictures and a flower festival

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May 2017

A chance encounter reveals tiny Burnham Overy Staithe is surprisingly popular in the Land of the Rising Sun, writes Rowan Mantell

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May 2017

Even hair loss and hospitals can be humorous in the hands of new author Jane Hoggar and her artist daughter

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May 2017

Jo Reynolds was the first female fire fighter in Norfolk. She talks to Rowan Mantell about her extraordinary story of burning passion and dogged determination, saving lives and heart-wrenching loss

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May 2017

An orchestra made up of some of Norfolk’s best young musicians was joined by past members for a celebratory concert this month

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April 2017

A 10,000 mile bicycle ride home to Norfolk was the start of a journey into fiction for lawyer-turned-novelist Theodore Brun, writes Rowan Mantell

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April 2017

There is a green hill not so far away, where dramatic scenes are planned for Good Friday

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April 2017

Local residents seeking funding for rural community projects could be eligible to receive a grant of up to £5,000 with the launch of the Rural Community Fund from Calor

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It is not just people who help make the atmosphere of a pub – it is also the resident pets which make the bar their home

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From pleasing her friends with playground stories to creating best-selling crime thrillers, author Elizabeth Haynes tells Rachel Buller why everyone should have a go at writing a novel

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March 2017

From Sheringham to Thetford and Downham Market to Hembsy, the Community First Responder volunteers are poised to help

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March 2017

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