The award is part of the In Good Company campaign, which recognises organisations which help tackle loneliness in the county.
The book is the result of Shaun Jeffery's mission to fill in"gaping holes" in the strike's story.
More than 20 cyclists will take on a trip around nine Norfolk pubs tomorrow.
Eastern Fencing and Timber Supplies has opened a shop in Vinces Road, Diss.
Colourful costumes and a play about war, intrigue and treachery made for a stellar performance.
More than 30 photogenic pets and a professional photographer is what it took to raise a grand for charity.
Team Waveney hope project with raise money and awareness of poverty
The headteacher of Forncett Primary School believes the partnership will be a perfect match.
Music icon will be taking to the stage at the Corn Hall later this year.
Opening in 1993, Sarah's Hair Design in Eye was set up by Miss Waddell when she was 21-years-old.
Two Diss Junior Academy pupils used their knowledge attained from a Crucial Crew event to stay calm and help a friend in need.
The stellar success of her previous children's book has spurred Mandy Hartley on to write a sequel.
Amy is one of eight local students which Splice Creative has offered work experience to at their Diss offices.
A nurse’s battle with cancer has spurred her family and friends to raise funds in her memory
Wortham Primary School recognised for quality of French teaching
The new building comes as the prep school needs to find space for an increasing number of pupils.
The concert features a choir of 2,000 children, dressed to resemble two giant remembrance poppies.
The leaders of South Norfolk and Broadland District councils have called the move a "historical decision".
A Brush with the Past opened last week, with the exhibition celebrating the town's industrial brush-making past.
The headstones are dated between the 1700s and 1800s, including the headstone of an infant girl.