A buskers trail, workshops and a variety of live music events were part of a West Norfolk town’s inaugural festival over the weekend.
One of Lynn's landmarks features in a new trailer for a film based on a novel by Charles Dickens which is set to be released next year.
The decision to officially recognise Shakespeare Guildhall Trust as a charity is hailed a great boost to its fundraising cause by campaigners.
A weekend of activities took place in a West Norfolk village to raise awareness of, and funds for, a vital good cause.
Dancers in Gaywood were in for a surprise yesterday evening, when they found out they were being filmed live for The One Show on BBC One.
Secrets of Who Do You Think You Are? to be aired
Vintage Rolls Royce and Bentley, Morris Minors and Minis among the cars on display in the sunshine
A garden at Pensthorpe has been named one of Britain’s most beautiful in the same weekend the reserve’s conservation work was highlighted on TV.
Julie Clark organised an event in Old Hunstanton to promote local artists and has raised £2,484 for the Hospice charity.
Second World War revisited for Dad's Army Day in Swaffham's marketplace
Officials said they had no choice with conditions expected to worsen