Bar Queen Victoria to boost morale has been discovered in a Boer War helmet case at Oxburgh Hall.
A gentleman's grooming company has launched a new 'Look Well, Feel Swell' campaign to support a Lynn homeless charity with personal hygiene products.
A Stanhoe pub is flying the flag for Norfolk fare as the county's only entrant for tonight's Top 50 Gastropubs awards celebrating the best UK pub food
The new head of Norfolk Libraries believes the county's libraries "will play a key role in Norfolk’s recovery from the pandemic".
Families can join a virtual Easter egg hunt on Monday with the chance to win a toy bundle worth £100 from a North Lynn educational toys company.
Project leaders for the Sedgeford Hall solar farm have called for community suggestions for how they can make the greatest impact on the area.
A West Lynn family are halfway to a £10,000 fundraising target for a 14-year-old boy diagnosed with two types of leukaemia.
A Hunstanton theatre will welcome the Sultans of Swing back to the stage this July when the UK's finest Dire Straits tribute act come to town.
Bidding is open for West Norfolk organisations to win a share of the £220 million government fund set to be invested in projects to boost the economy.
A former Gaywood gymnast made it to the semi-finals of Australia's Ultimate Tag TV show after challenging himself ahead of his 40th birthday.
The decision to keep training in-house at CITB Bircham Newton was welcomed by West Norfolk leaders after previous plans to axe over 100 jobs.
Norfolk Police's chief constable said he was "extremely proud" to have led the force for eight years as he announced plans to retire this June.
Volunteers who maintain a popular South Lynn green space are calling for people to 'name and shame' dog owners who leave dog mess littering the site.
Discover King's Lynn are taking their annual Beauty Week online this year with the help of the town's hairdressers, beauty salons, MUA's and barbers.
A Lynn armed forces charity has received a generous funding pledge to support their respite breaks for the families of those who have died in service.
Youngsters at 20 primary schools across West Norfolk have received 121 laptops to aid home learning during the pandemic.
Construction union, Unite, has welcomed the U-turn on plans to sell the CITB construction college at Bircham Newton to a new education provider.
Youngsters at two West Norfolk schools received a donation of laptops after Lady Howard of Castle Rising helped a security firm's charitable fund.
CITB have confirmed training is to remain in-house after Bircham Newton's construction college was forced to suspend training due to the pandemic.
A new Help Us, Help You campaign has been launched by the NHS to encourage those with persistent tummy troubles to see their GP and get checked.