Lynn animator and film producer Ian Harding is making a new episode of his Zey The Mouse creation.
The award-winning Norfolk Open Studios, now in its 26th year, will run from Saturday, May 23 to Sunday, June 7.
Brave winter’s icy chill and enjoy a heart-warming encounter with the natural winter wonderland of Pensthorpe Natural Park.
The Norfolk Symphony Orchestra welcomes you to its first concert of the season as it transforms the Corn Exchange.
Do you want to start your Christmas by getting all lit up? Then Greenyard Frozen UK is offering your child the chance to pull that switch.
Since its formation the Hunstanton Community Choir has gone from strength to strength.
West Norfolk is on the map - the Monopoly map, after a bespoke edition of the game was released this week featuring places and companies here.
Sedgeford Village Hall continues to be the only village hall in West Norfolk promoting professional live drama.
The King’s Lynn Players are delighted to announce readings and audition dates for their next play.
It is a footballing autobiography with a twist that traces a journey from triumphs to tragedy.
This year the legendary Joe Brown has been celebrating 60 years in the business with a staggering 43 live dates.
A gory protest against West Norfolk Council's refusal to declare a climate emergency will take to the streets.
Together for 60 years, Liz and Jack are reflecting on their working class lives in a West Yorkshire coal-pit village in this new play.
Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company are performing their pre-season Pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk.
An extensive consultation is to be held and there is the chance of shopping vouchers on offer for those taking part.
The PE affix comes ninth in the list of lucky postcodes nationwide.
In one evocative evening The Poetry People will tell you the true story of Britain’s most easterly community, right next to the North Sea.
Residents and visitors to East Winch will be greeted by a beautiful floral display next spring thanks to efforts of a local group.
He has filmed animals all around the world, but unlike most wildlife cameramen, he lives up close and personal with them in their natural habitat.
A pub in the heart of town has been commended by inspectors on the high quality of its toilets.