A South Norfolk vet swapped the stethoscope for running shoes to completes 10 marathons in 10 days.
Banham is set to start summer with a bang as the Appleyard Fayre makes its return for the 12th year running and heighten the £49,000 it has raised so far.
It is not just humans who can enjoy a five-star hotel experience, with children at Wortham Primary School building a bug hotel.
Volunteer social enterprise groups have joined forces to offer ultra-fast fibre optic broadband to East Anglia – including South Norfolk and North Suffolk.
Gissing will be celebrating the completion if its new community building at lunchtime tomorrow with a range of special guests in attendance.
Norfolk County Council’s road safety team and Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service are to host free child car seat checks across the region in the school holidays.
More than 300 four and five year olds were treated to activities at Diss High School’s key stage 1 picnic sports day on Tuesday. Children from Dickleburgh, Garboldisham, Scole, Diss Infants, Diss Junior and Roydon enjoyed a picnic on the school field followed by activities focusing on agility, balance and coordination skills.
Harleston is preparing for 1,000 paper cranes as a new art installation approaches its final stages. The cranes will be on display from the rafters of St John’s Church.
Over £1,000 has been raised at Palgrave’s family fun day in aid of the Play in Palgrave project – which also saw the grand opening of new play equipment in the village.
It was a special occasion for Sir Robert Hitcham CEVAP School in Debenham as the school welcomed the Bishop of Dunwich to officially open a new outside area.
Two cars have been involved in a road traffic collision on Redenhall Road in Harleston this morning.
Debenham High School said farewell to its Year 11 musicians at its Summer Music Concert last Friday and Saturday.
Diss’ longest running independent shop plans to celebrate raising more than £5,000 in a kickstarter to turn the shop into a worker’s co-operative.
Police and a fire crew have responded to a suspected arson at an unoccupied property in Willbye Ave, Diss, last Sunday.
A man has suffered potentially life changing injuries after two lorries collided in Billingford yesterday.
For most, pyjamas and onesies are just for relaxing at home and sleeping in bed, but for Catherine Anderson-Mills they are about to help raise money for charity.
Kids Camps set for South Norfolk promise to add fun and games for children in the school holiday period.
A mother has criticised a school for excluding her daughter – just three weeks before her GCSE exams.
A Suffolk village has been left without a parish council after all six councillors resigned in a show of protest.
At least 10 people from Framlingham will take part in the Off The Rails skydive on August 6 to raise money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.