Cllr Andrew Proctor warns that county cannot afford to become complacent
Bosses say the move is necessary for safety reasons and they are looking at ways in which supporters can help remotely.
The overall infection rate here is significantly lower than in the worst affected areas, according to latest data.
Three parks ask West Norfolk Council for permission to extend operating season
Organisers say the event will move online amid growing concern over infection rates.
The number of patients being treated for the infection has more than doubled in the past 10 days, officials say.
Almost 30 pupils and three staff have been told to self-isolate following confirmation of the new case.
Helping to sustain both organisations ahead of the difficult winter months.
It has bounced back strongly from the adversity of closure due to Covid-19 and flooding.
The previous restrictions on social distancing and pub opening times has not been tightened here.
Bosses will sit down next week to discuss spending the grant.