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G is for generous: Diss Waveney Rotary Club gives dictionaries to local schools

13 October 2017
G is for generous: Diss Waveney Rotary Club gives dictionaries to local schools

G is for generous: Diss Waveney Rotary Club gives dictionaries to local schools

13 October 2017

Year 5 pupils from Diss Junior School gave their spelling a boost after 39 Dictionaries4Life were presented to them by Diss Waveney Rotary Club president Janet Turner and club member Linda Hewlett Parker.


Diss woman and family creating a rock-solid tribute for Remembrance Day

13 October 2017
Diss woman and family creating a rock-solid tribute for Remembrance Day

Diss woman and family creating a rock-solid tribute for Remembrance Day

13 October 2017

Alongside the iconic red poppy will be a display of decorated rocks as one woman from Diss has encouraged school children to be creative in aid of Remembrance Day.


The Banham Barrel on a roll as new venue to open promising big bands

13 October 2017
The Banham Barrel on a roll as new venue to open promising big bands

The Banham Barrel on a roll as new venue to open promising big bands

13 October 2017

For years, the Banham Barrel has been a regular village pub, but now the owner, Brian McAllister, wants to take the establishment to the next level.


BBC regular Bob Flowerdew calls for better machines and signage at Diss railway station’s car park

13 October 2017
BBC regular Bob Flowerdew calls for better machines and signage at Diss railway station’s car park

BBC regular Bob Flowerdew calls for better machines and signage at Diss railway station’s car park

13 October 2017

A BBC Gardener’s Question Time regular found himself in a prickly situation after using a pay and display machine at Diss railway station.


Fressingfield scouts on a mission to build new headquaters

13 October 2017
Fressingfield scouts on a mission to build new headquaters

Fressingfield scouts on a mission to build new headquaters

13 October 2017

A Fressingfield scouting group is on a mission to build a new headquarters – with an estimated target goal of £300,000.


More wardens set for Diss after rise in illegal on-street parking

12 October 2017
More wardens set for Diss after rise in illegal on-street parking

More wardens set for Diss after rise in illegal on-street parking

12 October 2017

Diss Town Council has announced there will be more parking wardens on patrol following a rise in illegal parking in the market town.


O2 announces Diss, East Harling and Newton Flotman among places in Norfolk to get 4G coverage

11 October 2017
O2 announces Diss, East Harling and Newton Flotman among places in Norfolk to get 4G coverage

O2 announces Diss, East Harling and Newton Flotman among places in Norfolk to get 4G coverage

11 October 2017

Those wanting to browse the web on the move are in luck as O2 have announced plans to provide the service to more places in the Diss Express area .


The winner of South Norfolk’s Pub of the Year competition for 2017 announced

11 October 2017
The winner of South Norfolk’s Pub of the Year competition for 2017 announced

The winner of South Norfolk’s Pub of the Year competition for 2017 announced

11 October 2017

It was commiserations for last year’s winners The Burston Crown as The Green Dragon in Wymondham was crowned champions of South Norfolk Council’s Pub of the Year competition.


Sixteen cyclists brave 200 miles from Snetterton and back to raise a staggering £23,000 for Each’s nook appeal

10 October 2017
Sixteen cyclists brave 200 miles from Snetterton and back to raise a staggering £23,000 for Each’s nook appeal

Sixteen cyclists brave 200 miles from Snetterton and back to raise a staggering £23,000 for Each’s nook appeal

10 October 2017

Eager cyclists put their feet to the pedals to raise money for the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (Each) – totalling more than £23,000.


Have you seen Mila? Burston couple call for help in search for missing English Pointer-Setter dog

10 October 2017
Have you seen Mila? Burston couple call for help in search for missing English Pointer-Setter dog

Have you seen Mila? Burston couple call for help in search for missing English Pointer-Setter dog

10 October 2017

A Burston couple are calling for any help to find their missing English Pointer-Setter dog, Mila.


Eye care home makes an enterprising move as residents enjoy nostalgic village shop

10 October 2017
Eye care home makes an enterprising move as residents enjoy nostalgic village shop

Eye care home makes an enterprising move as residents enjoy nostalgic village shop

10 October 2017

It was a trip down memory lane for the residents of Hartismere Place care home in Eye, after the opening of an old-fashioned village shop.


Keep an eye on the time as Breckland Council agrees to car park trial time-limits in Attleborough

09 October 2017
Keep an eye on the time as Breckland Council agrees to car park trial time-limits in Attleborough

Keep an eye on the time as Breckland Council agrees to car park trial time-limits in Attleborough

09 October 2017

It’s time to keep an eye on your watch as Breckland Council is to trial enforced time-limits at a car park in Attleborough.


Burston couple offer cats the purr-fect retreat as Lime Tree Cattery opens

09 October 2017
Burston couple offer cats the purr-fect retreat as Lime Tree Cattery opens

Burston couple offer cats the purr-fect retreat as Lime Tree Cattery opens

09 October 2017

When a Burston couple found they had land to spare, they decided to indulge their love for all things feline and open a cattery.


A refreshing change for the A11 southbound? Starbucks may find a new home near Attleborough

06 October 2017
A refreshing change for the A11 southbound? Starbucks may find a new home near Attleborough

A refreshing change for the A11 southbound? Starbucks may find a new home near Attleborough

06 October 2017

Commuters with a thirst for a Pumpkin Spice Latte can rejoice... a drive-through Starbucks looks destined for the A11 near Attleborough.


Funding chests open in quest for faster broadband for rural Norfolk

06 October 2017
Funding chests open in quest for faster broadband for rural Norfolk

Funding chests open in quest for faster broadband for rural Norfolk

06 October 2017

An independent and community-run broadband network has taken another step in its plan to get East Anglia up to speed for the digital world.


Harleston sends messages of peace as origami cranes complete New York trip

05 October 2017
Harleston sends messages of peace as origami cranes complete New York trip

Harleston sends messages of peace as origami cranes complete New York trip

05 October 2017

It was off to the Big Apple, as symbols of peace made their way from a church in Harleston to the Peace Bell and Ground Zero in New York.


Suffolk father-and-son duo take restored Ferrari on the road to success

05 October 2017
Suffolk father-and-son duo take restored Ferrari on the road to success

Suffolk father-and-son duo take restored Ferrari on the road to success

05 October 2017

GTB Restorations, the Suffolk-based Ferrari car restoration business, has raced to success in the Warren Classic and Supercar Show 2017.


Making history as Attleborough Archives opened to store town’s past and present

04 October 2017
Making history as Attleborough Archives opened to store town’s past and present

Making history as Attleborough Archives opened to store town’s past and present

04 October 2017

It was a day for the history books as the new site of Attleborough Archives was officially opened last month.


Redgrave to host fundraising events this month as Cross Keys pub steering group raises more than £160k

04 October 2017
Redgrave to host fundraising events this month as Cross Keys pub steering group raises more than £160k

Redgrave to host fundraising events this month as Cross Keys pub steering group raises more than £160k

04 October 2017

A campaign to save an historic village pub in Redgrave is steadily gaining momentum – raising more than £160,000 so far.


Ofsted ranks Diss Infant and Nursery School with Children’s Centre as ‘good’

04 October 2017
Ofsted ranks Diss Infant and Nursery School with Children’s Centre as ‘good’

Ofsted ranks Diss Infant and Nursery School with Children’s Centre as ‘good’

04 October 2017

The deputy head of a Diss school is “extremely proud” after being ranked as ‘good’ in a recent Ofsted report.


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