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Group start fundraising to cover legal costs in bid to stop chicken and pig farms coming to villages

Group start fundraising to cover legal costs in bid to stop chicken and pig farms coming to villages

Group start fundraising to cover legal costs in bid to stop chicken and pig farms coming to villages

Campaigners fighting against plans to create two mega-farms in neighbouring Norfolk villages are raising funds in preparation for future legal costs.


Four-feet high nettles around village set to be cut next week

Four-feet high nettles around village set to be cut next week

Four-feet high nettles around village set to be cut next week

Work to cut down high weeds around a West Norfolk village will start next week amid worries that poor visibility could result in a serious crash.


‘It’s incredibly rewarding’: Photography group celebrating fifth anniversary

‘It’s incredibly rewarding’: Photography group celebrating fifth anniversary

‘It’s incredibly rewarding’: Photography group celebrating fifth anniversary

The 'Norfolk Photography Walks' venture will be celebrating its fifth anniversary in June.


‘Does someone have to be killed?’: Serious concerns about overgrown weeds along roads

‘Does someone have to be killed?’: Serious concerns about overgrown weeds along roads

‘Does someone have to be killed?’: Serious concerns about overgrown weeds along roads

A worried driver has been left fearing for the worst after overgrown weeds contributed to her being involved in a car crash.

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Why gardening columnist changed what he’s growing in allotment this year

Why gardening columnist changed what he’s growing in allotment this year

Why gardening columnist changed what he’s growing in allotment this year

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh discusses planting his first allotment bed of the season...

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Children and staff ‘uplifted’ after generous donation to boost green spaces

Children and staff ‘uplifted’ after generous donation to boost green spaces

Children and staff ‘uplifted’ after generous donation to boost green spaces

A garden centre has made a generous donation to a school to help improve its outdoor area.


20 tonnes more food waste collected in the area following action week

20 tonnes more food waste collected in the area following action week

20 tonnes more food waste collected in the area following action week

More than 20 tonnes more food waste was collected around West Norfolk after an action week saw free bins handed out.


Sun shines on sustainable travel event at town development

Sun shines on sustainable travel event at town development

Sun shines on sustainable travel event at town development

Residents enjoyed a sunshine-filled event to help them make more active and sustainable travel choices.


Concerns over noise, smell and environmental impact of proposed waste facility

Concerns over noise, smell and environmental impact of proposed waste facility

Concerns over noise, smell and environmental impact of proposed waste facility

Proposals to create a new facility that will turn waste into energy have been met with objections from West Norfolk Council.

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Safety awareness day at country park which has seen four deaths in the past decade

Safety awareness day at country park which has seen four deaths in the past decade

Safety awareness day at country park which has seen four deaths in the past decade

A country park will play host to a safety day to make people aware of the dangers of water.


Thousands of birds returning to our coast as part of one of world’s busiest migration routes

Thousands of birds returning to our coast as part of one of world’s busiest migration routes

Thousands of birds returning to our coast as part of one of world’s busiest migration routes

Thousands of birds are returning to our coast this month as part of one of the world’s busiest migration routes.


Gardening tips for spring bulbs and why you should take part in No Mow May

Gardening tips for spring bulbs and why you should take part in No Mow May

Gardening tips for spring bulbs and why you should take part in No Mow May

In his weekly Jamie’s Little Allotment column, gardener Jamie Marsh discusses spring bulbs and No Mow May...


Plans for huge energy plant in village approved in spite of impact on landscape

Plans for huge energy plant in village approved in spite of impact on landscape

Plans for huge energy plant in village approved in spite of impact on landscape

A village will soon be home to a huge energy plant despite admissions that the development will have a significant impact on the landscape.


Special occasion as new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk opens at nature haven

Special occasion as new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk opens at nature haven

Special occasion as new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk opens at nature haven

A new wheelchair-friendly boardwalk has been installed to help to make a wildlife haven “accessible for everyone”.


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