02 March 2019
The number of kids born as part of North Norfolk District Council’s Bagot goat-breeding programme has hit a final tally of 12. The dozen baby animals are all doing well and are enjoying life with their new friends as the herd prepares for another busy summer of habitat management. The goats have also become a tourist attraction, and the 12 baby Bagots are sure to prove a hit with the public when they head to Cromer later this year. The latest additions to the popular herd were a bit wobbly on their feet to start with but the
19 March 2019
Great Yarmouth has been named as one of just five ‘Future Places’ in England to participate in a new national programme recognising and supporting local councils with ambitious and innovative visions ...
20 February 2019
Community participation and environmental responsibility are the themes for this year's Britain in Bloom competition which was launched in Hunstanton  Volunteers, and representatives from ...
20 February 2019
Partners in the multi-million pound Bacton to Walcott Coastal Management (Sandscaping) Scheme gathered in Cromer yesterday, February 19th, for the signing of the construction contract. The ...
18 February 2019
Some of the famous North Norfolk Bagot goats have headed south to continue their valuable conservation and habitat-management work.  The 15 billies have been sent on a long-term loan to heathland ...
26 November 2018
TOP businesses stepped into the spotlight at the glittering trophy presentation ceremony for the Spirit of Enterprise Awards, the most prestigious annual celebration of business excellence in the ...
29 October 2018
Supporters of Norfolk Black History Month gathered at Norwich War Memorial on Sunday, October 28 to commemorate the service of 1.5 million people from Africa, the Indian sub continent and the ...
29 October 2018
Norfolk Bluebell Wood Burial Park’s floral oasis has attracted admiring families from across the country since it opened almost three years ago. Now that number is set to soar further following a ...
15 October 2018
A new Edith Cavell interpretation board was unveiled in Tombland, Norwich next to the Edith Cavell monument on Saturday, October 13. Explaining the significance of Edith Cavell and the sacrifice ...
14 October 2017
A new 10 year management contract to run Cromer Pier, one of the nation’s most iconic seaside structures, has been awarded by Pier owners, North Norfolk District Council, to Openwide. The ...
27 June 2017
Keen swimmer, Noah Harris was in a spin to find out that he had won South Norfolk Council’s competition to name the Swim School Turtle.Four year old Noah, from Cringleford, thought the turtle should ...
06 May 2017
Gresham’s School’s Senior and Prep School children, together with its quartet-in-residence, the Albion Quartet, delighted the first audience to attend a concert at the Britten Building, the school’s ...
24 February 2015
A programme to refurbish Cromer Pier’s box office, gift shop and the restaurant following the significant damaged caused by December’s tidal surge is nearing completion. Work has been completed ...
24 September 2014
On Saturday 4 October the United States Air Force’s 67 Special Operations Squadron (S0S) will be granted Freedom of Hunstanton in recognition of the lives they helped to save during the tidal flood ...
03 September 2014
Winners of the King’s Lynn in Bloom Allotment Challenge and Front Garden competition were announced at an awards ceremony at King’s Lynn Town Hall on Tuesday 2 September. The awards were presented ...
14 August 2018
Great Yarmouth Borough Council has agreed grants totalling £52,000 to improve town centre frontages over the last 18 months – and businesses and social enterprises are urged to apply soon if they ...
14 September 2018
The latest set of figures detailing how important the tourism sector is to North Norfolk has painted a clear picture of many more overnight stays and a £10m boost to the economy year on year. The ...
27 February 2018
Joyce Irvine proved you are never too old to keep fit as she celebrated her 90th birthday with friends at a seated exercise class held in Sheringham Library.  Joyce was surprised by her friends ...
04 July 2018
Colby Primary School are active participants in the Eco-Schools project, a global programme which is part of Keep Britain Tidy. The school has an Eco Council made up of ten pupils of different ages ...
07 September 2018
The Maids Head Hotel in Norwich is hosting the visit to Norfolk of the 392nd Bomb Group Association from the USA, from 6 to 10 September. Thirty members of the association have made the trip to ...
27 September 2018
At a special awards ceremony last night (25 September), local architectural excellence and craftsmanship was celebrated with the announcement of the winners of the annual Mayor's Design Awards.  ...
21 August 2018
Bradfield Cricket Club had a special guest last Saturday (August 18 2018) before their league match against Horsford; North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) Leader, Councillor John Lee, was on hand to ...
05 July 2018
Three indoor tennis courts will be at the centre of a key sports development proposed by North Norfolk District Council, bringing sport and leisure benefits to all ages, all year round. Plans for ...
17 May 2018
The annual awards ceremony which sees Keep Britain Tidy hand out Blue Flags and Seaside Awards to local authorities was held in Cromer today, May 17th. Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy is ...
22 April 2018
The number of #2minutebeachclean boards along the North Norfolk coast has more than doubled. Five new boards, which encourage people to spend 2 (or more) minutes picking up marine litter and ...