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Park Alive to bring choirs, ukuleles and country music to Diss

31 July 2017
Park Alive to bring choirs, ukuleles and country music to Diss

Park Alive to bring choirs, ukuleles and country music to Diss

31 July 2017

Music and sound will be ringing through Diss once again when Park Alive returns on August 12 to Diss Park – with proceeds going to worthy causes.


Attleborough Heritage Group to look after Grade II listed train station

31 July 2017
Attleborough Heritage Group to look after Grade II listed train station

Attleborough Heritage Group to look after Grade II listed train station

31 July 2017

Attleborough Heritage Group have come to the rescue after the town’s railway station bids farewell to its gardener Noel Shearing.


Transport Fayre to return to Diss this weekend

31 July 2017
Transport Fayre to return to Diss this weekend

Transport Fayre to return to Diss this weekend

31 July 2017

The annual Diss Heritage Transport Fayre will be rolling into town once again this Sunday.


Fire engines on display at Bressingham Steam Museum

31 July 2017
Fire engines on display at Bressingham Steam Museum

Fire engines on display at Bressingham Steam Museum

31 July 2017

Fire engines looked their best at a rally at the Bressingham Steam Museum earlier this month.


Flight of a Thousand Cranes opens in Harleston

31 July 2017
Flight of a Thousand Cranes opens in Harleston

Flight of a Thousand Cranes opens in Harleston

31 July 2017

A flight of a thousand origami cranes have landed in the nave of St John’s Church in Harleston.


New outdoor fitness equipment installed for the Lophams

31 July 2017
New outdoor fitness equipment installed for the Lophams

New outdoor fitness equipment installed for the Lophams

31 July 2017

New outdoor fitness equipment in the Lophams has been described as “wonderful”.


Diss removals company wins service award

28 July 2017
Diss removals company wins service award

Diss removals company wins service award

28 July 2017

It has been a Diss-based, family-run removals and storage company since 1979, and now Colemans Removals has been recognised with a British and European Service Standard Award.


Pre-school’s joy at outstanding Oftsed rating

28 July 2017
Pre-school’s joy at outstanding Oftsed rating

Pre-school’s joy at outstanding Oftsed rating

28 July 2017

For years, Occold Pre-School has been ranked as ‘good’, but now a new inspection by Ofsted has seen the school boosted to ‘outstanding’.


Driver with no insurance and revoked licence has vehicle seized by police in Diss

27 July 2017
Driver with no insurance and revoked licence has vehicle seized by police in Diss

Driver with no insurance and revoked licence has vehicle seized by police in Diss

27 July 2017

A driver has had their vehicle seized by police in Diss after they were found to have no insurance and a revoked licence.


Clare’s Game: friends and family to unite for charity football match in memory of Wortham woman

27 July 2017
Clare’s Game: friends and family to unite for charity football match in memory of Wortham woman

Clare’s Game: friends and family to unite for charity football match in memory of Wortham woman

27 July 2017

A charity football match will take place at Scole United FC in memory of a Wortham woman who died earlier this year.


Three-year-old boy stuck in play equipment rescued by fire crew in Long Stratton

27 July 2017
Three-year-old boy stuck in play equipment rescued by fire crew in Long Stratton

Three-year-old boy stuck in play equipment rescued by fire crew in Long Stratton

27 July 2017

A three-year-old boy has been rescued after becoming stuck in play equipment in Manor Road, Long Stratton this morning.


Fire crew extinguishes chimney blaze in Garboldisham

26 July 2017
Fire crew extinguishes chimney blaze in Garboldisham

Fire crew extinguishes chimney blaze in Garboldisham

26 July 2017

A crew from Thetford have extinguished a chimney fire in Church Road, Garboldisham at about 4pm today.


Feline Care’s summer open day in East Harling raises £4,485

26 July 2017
Feline Care’s summer open day in East Harling raises £4,485

Feline Care’s summer open day in East Harling raises £4,485

26 July 2017

Sunday saw Feline Care in East Harling celebrate its Summer Open Day with a mix of ukuleles and magic – raising £4,485 in the process.


Responders give demonstrations after Wortwell pub successfully raises funds for defibrillator

26 July 2017
Responders give demonstrations after Wortwell pub successfully raises funds for defibrillator

Responders give demonstrations after Wortwell pub successfully raises funds for defibrillator

26 July 2017

It was all about saving lives on Tuesday night at the Wortwell Bell pub in Wortwell as the Waveney First Responders demonstrated how to use a defibrillators – after the pub’s owners fundraised for one to be installed.


Diss Specsavers holds a dot-themed day to raise money for RNIB

26 July 2017
Diss Specsavers holds a dot-themed day to raise money for RNIB

Diss Specsavers holds a dot-themed day to raise money for RNIB

26 July 2017

Cakes, games and prizes were all on offer as Specsavers in Mere Street, Diss, hosted a dot-themed day to raise funds for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB). The theme of dots highlighted the importance of Braille on behalf of the RNIB, which support those with sight loss.The day raised £288 for theRNIB.


Fire crew tackles car fire in Attleborough

26 July 2017
Fire crew tackles car fire in Attleborough

Fire crew tackles car fire in Attleborough

26 July 2017

A fire crew from Attleborough have extinguished a car fire on enclosed ground in Dunnett Close this morning.


Old Buckenham Airshow returns this weekend

25 July 2017
Old Buckenham Airshow returns this weekend

Old Buckenham Airshow returns this weekend

25 July 2017

The award-winning Old Buckenham Airshow will be landing at the village’s airfield this weekend.


South Norfolk Council invites local groups to celebrate Silver Sunday

25 July 2017
South Norfolk Council invites local groups to celebrate Silver Sunday

South Norfolk Council invites local groups to celebrate Silver Sunday

25 July 2017

South Norfolk Council is offering local groups the chance to host their own Silver Sunday events to help older people get out and about.


PICTURES: More than £1,000 raised so far by Alzheimer’s Midnight Walk in Diss

25 July 2017
PICTURES: More than £1,000 raised so far by Alzheimer’s Midnight Walk in Diss

PICTURES: More than £1,000 raised so far by Alzheimer’s Midnight Walk in Diss

25 July 2017

It’s been a long journey for Catherine Anderson-Mills since her father died from Alzheimer’s disease three years ago – but now, she feels “proud” after her Midnight Walk raised more than £1,000 for charity.


CAT OF THE WEEK – O’Neil

25 July 2017
CAT OF THE WEEK – O’Neil

CAT OF THE WEEK – O’Neil

25 July 2017

The Diss Express may have reunited Fifi with her owner last week – but, this week’s cat is still looking for an owner of his own.


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