North Walsham, England Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. Land Rover Premiership Rugby Club winning North Walsham youngsters off to TwickenhamRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    The Aviva Premiership final may be six months away but North Walsham Under-12s will be counting down the days after booking their spot at Twickenham with victory in the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup. North Walsham were one of 32 teams in the competition at Oakham Rugby Club on Sunday, which was hosted by Leicester Tigers.

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  2. New solar farm bid for site on edge of North WalshamRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    If approved, the development would cover about 30 acres of land belonging to Wayside Farm, off Skeyton Road and behind the water towers on Norwich Road. It would generate about 4,500 MWh in its 25-year life span, which applicants Yingli Green Energy claim would be enough to power 1,364 UK homes.

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  3. Six cats and three dogs die in house fire at Felmingham, near North WalshamRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    The fire in North Walsham Road, Felmingham, was attended by fire crews from North Walsham, Aylsham, Cromer and Mundesley as well as police on Thursday morning . Station manager David Brett, of Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service, who was at the scene on Thursday said an investigation was now being carried out and officers were searching through the fire debris to determine the cause of the fire, which as yet was unknown.

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  4. Pets die in house fire at Felmingham, near North WalshamRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    A fire service spokesman said all people in the house had been accounted for but domestic pets had unfortunately died in the fire. She did not know how many or what kinds of animal were involved.

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  5. Wetherspoon hopes for North Walsham 'in jeopardy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    The Northfield Road building in North Walsham which North Norfolk District Council wants to buy from the NHS. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE The NHS has rejected a cash offer from North Norfolk District Council for a building which would have unlocked a final deal with the pub giant.

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  6. New community choir makes its official debut at packed North Walsham Christmas craft fairRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    Some of the members of the new North Walsham Community Choir, with director Joseph Ballard, at their first official public performance. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE North Walsham Community Choir members trilled their way through an Abba medley and Christmas favourites in the town's Atrium at a packed festive craft fair.

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  7. Community rallies to help Badersfield theft victim with incurable diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    Pictured at Hughes in North Walsham are, from left: store manager Jamie Crook, Wroxham and Hoveton Lions Mike Barker and Annie Cox, Tina Fallon and John Howat. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE North Norfolk has rallied to help a former soldier with an incurable disease after he was targeted by a thief.

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  8. Family left 'distressed' after vandals damage Cromer graveRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    The incident happened at Cromer's Holt Road cemetery over the weekend, where there has been damage to a wooden cross and an ornament. PC Claire Eltherington said the incident had caused distress to the family and urged anyone with information to come forward.

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  9. Army officer and landowner to take on the role of high sheriff of NorfolkRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2015 | Evening News

    Major General William Cubitt CBE on parade at Buckingham Palace last year as the Major General commanding the Household Division. Major General Sir William George Cubitt KCVO CBE, of Honing, near North Walsham mingled with 50 other prospective high sheriffs from all over England and Wales at London's High Court on Thursday.

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  10. 'Handful' of police stations could be shutRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    A number of police stations in Norfolk are facing closure, with the county's police chief saying he needs to shut them to protect front-line officer posts. Norfolk police's chief constable Simon Bailey says a "handful" of police stations are likely to close over the next three or four years as he tries to find ways to plug a A 9.3m funding gap in the A 26.4m it will need to save between now and 2020.

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  11. Landowner selected for High Sheriff roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    In Saxon times, sheriffs, or Shire Reeves as they were originally known, went to the Kings or Queens Court, known in Latin as the Curia Regis, to give account for the money they collected on behalf of the monarch. High Sheriffs no longer collect money for the monarch.

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  12. North Norfolk postman admits stealing 11,235 items of mail over 22 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    A postman has admitted stealing thousands of letters containing bank letters, greeting cards and junk mail on his rounds over the last 22 years. John Hardingham, 61, failed to deliver 11,235 items and instead stashed them in his car and an outbuilding at his home on Union Road in Smallburgh, north Norfolk.

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  13. North Norfolk tourism figures show jobs and cash boomRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    More than a quarter of all jobs in north Norfolk are now reliant on tourism, with recent growth in the sector providing a significant boost to the local economy. Tourism brought A 470m into the area last year, up 8pc on 2013's figure of A 435m, and there are indications that this trend is continuing, with one leading attraction reporting an 8pc year-on-year rise in visitors over the past 12 months.

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  14. Record high temperatures for November - but bad news for wildlife and farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    The unseasonably warm weather is something to savour for most of us - but, as DAVID BALE reports, it has unexpected consequences for some of our businesses and wildlife. It means we don't have to spend money heating our homes or buying winter overcoats or wearing thick jumpers.

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  15. North Norfolk hit by spate of charity box theftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    North Norfolk has been hit by a spate of charity-box thefts, with money stolen from towns across the district. It was reported last week that a Royal British Legion poppy appeal box was taken from St Peter's Church, Sheringham, but police are now looking into further thefts in Cromer and Wells.

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  16. Norfolk fraudster ordered to pay back hundreds of charities A 1mRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    Peter Jones was sentanced to four years eight months in prison for charged with the theft of almost A 800,000 following an investigation into his employment with a wills, probate and inheritance services company in Norwich. Picture: NORFOLK CONSTABULARY A former director of a Norwich-based will, probate and inheritance services company has been ordered to pay more than 1m in compensation to hundreds of Norfolk charities or face a further seven years in jail.

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  17. Find out which B&B on the Norfolk coast has been rated highest by a renowned hotel websiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2015 | Evening News

    Owners of a bed and breakfast on the Norfolk coast are celebrating after it emerged their business has been named top of the industry in the east of England. Three-star sleeping establishment the White Lodge, on Marine Crescent, Great Yarmouth, has been recognised by hotel website trivago.co.uk as the top-rated lodging in the region.

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  18. North Norfolk minibus lifeline savedRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    The future of a dial-a-ride service used as a lifeline by isolated people across north Norfolk looks secure thanks to a surge in passenger numbers. North Norfolk Community Transport has seen a rise of 10pc in users over the past three months, and the team behind the service says those figures allay fears that falling demand could see the facility axed.

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  19. North Walsham FC anger over fireworks damageRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    Football club officials have had to mount a clear-up operation after one of their pitches was left damaged and covered in debris following an unofficial fireworks display. The event at Greens Road - home of North Walsham FC - on Saturday resulted in scorch marks and debris being left strewn across the pitch.

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  20. Tributes paid across north Norfolk on Remembrance SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2015 | Eastern Daily Press

    Remembrance day parade in Holt to mark the end of the First World War with a open air service by the Holt War Memorial. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE Cromer Remembrance Day.

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