North Norfolk, England Newswire

North Norfolk, England Newswire

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  1. Crash at notorious North Walsham railway bridge sparks calls for new relief roadRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Eastern Daily Press

    Further calls have been made for a relief road to be built in North Walsham to relieve pressure on the town centre after train services were disrupted when a bus hit a railway bridge. It was the latest crash to happen at the Cromer Road bridge, which is regularly clipped by large vehicles.

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  2. Did you see historic British Railways locomotive steam engine No. 76084 pass through Norfolk?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Eastern Daily Press

    Onlookers marvelled as they got a got a rare glimpse of one of the country's most historic steam engines passing through the county. British Railways locomotive No.

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  3. Ouch, that hurts! Future of parkrun in doubt after free event...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Eastern Daily Press

    Runners have reacted angrily to the announcement that they are now expected to pay to park on the National Trust estate. Uncertainty surrounds the future of free weekly running sessions in North Norfolk after visitors were warned they would now be expected to pay to park.

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  4. Singing group in King's Lynn helped woman overcome mental health strugglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Eastern Daily Press

    It is a chance for people to get out of the house and socialise in a no pressure environment, while also enjoying the past time of singing. And for one King's Lynn woman attending the Sing Your Heart Out group helped her tackle her severe depression.

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  5. Did you see the British Railways steam engine passing through Suffolk and Norfolk?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Ipswich Evening Star

    British Railways class 4MT 2-6-0 No. 76084 is normally based on the heritage railway in Sheringham but has been visiting other lines in Yorkshire and Lancashire over the winter.

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  6. Our heroes! North Norfolk District Council unveils winners at Big Society AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Eastern Daily Press

    North Norfolk District Council chairman John Lee with the winners of the local authority's Big Society Awards. Picture: Ally McGilvray Three teenagers who risked their lives to save others while on holiday in north Norfolk have been given an award for heroism.

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  7. North Norfolk arts charity set to closeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Eastern Daily Press

    It was set up three years ago and operated from the former Dragonfly women's fashion shop in the Market Place, North Walsham. And, following an extraordinary general meeting last month, it has announced the "only viable and appropriate course of action" now is to close.

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  8. 2nd in Faculty - MathematicsNorfolk2nd in Faculty - Mathematics (Main ...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 23 | Times Educational Supplement

    The successful candidate will assist the Head of Faculty in leading, managing and developing the curriculum area. In addition to their normal teachers' salary the successful candidate will receive a TLR 2 for taking on this responsibility.

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  9. North Norfolk District Council to challenge wind turbine decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 23 | Eastern Daily Press

    A long-running wind farm debate in north Norfolk is set to be dragged out further after a council announced plans to appeal against a decision made by the Planning Inspectorate. North Norfolk District Council leaders will apply to the High Court in a bid to quash a decision to allow two wind turbines to be built.

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  10. Build it and they will come: New discovery trail to put Deep History Coast on mapRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Eastern Daily Press

    They form one of the fastest receding coastlines in Europe; but the soft sand and clay cliffs of north Norfolk also hold the secrets to the country's past. North Norfolk District Council leader Tom FitzPatrick and Dr David Waterhouse, from Norwich Museum, unveil their plans for the Deep History Coast.

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  11. Visit Norfolk: Getaway from it all at Kelling Heath holiday parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | This Is Leicestershire

    In fact, the three days I spent at this picturesque little hideaway, tucked away by the North Norfolk coast, were just what the doctor ordered. I can't imagine anywhere else within a two-hour drive from Leicester where you can feel more remote from the stresses and strains of city life.

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  12. Region's politicians unite in horror at Westminster terror attackRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Newmarket Today

    Paramedics on the scene outside the Houses of Parliament where an incident is unfolding, March 22 2107. See National News story NNCOMMONS; Police have reportedly shot a knifeman who stabbed an officer.

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  13. Olive Edis galleries find a new home in CromerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    The interactive display at the gallery allows visitors to comment on Olive Edis work. Picture: Norfolk Museums Service A new display celebrating the life and artistic legacy of Olive Edis is to open at Cromer Museum on March 29. Cromer Museum will be the new home for the exhibition after being on display at Norwich Castle, attracting more that 50,000 visitors.

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  14. Public to get chance to question Norfolk's chief constable at meeting in CromerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Evening News

    People will have a chance to question Norfolk's chief constable when the police accountability forum is held in Cromer next week. Simon Bailey and Lorne Green, Norfolk's police and crime commissioner, will both be appearing at the meeting which will take place in the council chamber, North Norfolk District Council offices, Holt Road, Cromer from 5pm on Tuesday, March 28. The meeting will then be followed by an opportunity for people to put their crime and policing questions to Mr Bailey and Mr Green in a question and answer session.

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  15. Council to press ahead with Sheringham eyesore redevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 22 | Eastern Daily Press

    Council bosses intend to press ahead with plans to redevelop a derelict hotel on Sheringham seafront via a compulsory purchase order , if necessary. A computer generated image of the development proposed on the site of the former Shannocks Hotel in Sheringham.

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  16. Olive Edis galliers find a new home in CromerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    North Norfolk photographer, Olive Edis, was the first official female war photographer in World War One. Picture: Norfolk Musaums Service A new display celebrating the life and artistic legacy of Olive Edis is to open at Cromer Museum on March 29. Cromer Museum will be the new home for the exhibition after being on display at Norwich Castle, attracting more that 50,000 vistitors.

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  17. It is one of the cruellest diseases: North Norfolk district...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    North Norfolk district councillor and Richard Shepherd, with family photographs, including one of his father Ron, who had dementia. Picture: Karen Bethell A north Norfolk district councillor who served in the Royal Navy for more than 20 years is reaching out to ex-servicemen suffering from dementia, in the hope that chatting about the past will make the condition easier to live with.

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  18. North Norfolk district councillor's appeal to ex-servicemen with dementiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    North Norfolk district councillor and Richard Shepherd, with family photographs, including one of his father Ron, who had dementia. Picture: Karen Bethell A north Norfolk district councillor who served in the Royal Navy for more than 20 years is reaching out to ex-servicemen suffering from dementia, in the hope that chatting about the past will make the condition easier to live with.

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  19. Keeping watch at North Norfolk Photographic SocietyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    North Norfolk Photographic Society held a competition for printed pictures on 15th March. The judge on this occasion - a new visitor to the club - was Dianne Gibson, who came from the other side of Norwich to do the honours.

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  20. Going head to head: North Norfolk brewery wins silver national competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 21 | Eastern Daily Press

    The Norfolk Brewhouse, based in Hindringham, won the awards at the Society of Independent Brewers national awards, held in Sheffield, for their larger StubbleStag and DewHopper. The brewery had to beat lagers from seven eastern counties to make it to the final, where they went head to head with winners from other regions across the country.

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