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Ceramics artist teaching the importance of smiling during lockdown with fundraising campaign

Ceramics artist teaching the importance of smiling during lockdown with fundraising campaign

Ceramics artist teaching the importance of smiling during lockdown with fundraising campaign

06 April 2021

Heather Richards has been selling ceramics with a 'smiling eyes' design on them to stress the importance of smiling during the pandemic.


Painter has works selected for virtual art exhibition

Painter has works selected for virtual art exhibition

Painter has works selected for virtual art exhibition

30 March 2021

John Atkinson’s oil-based portraits have been selected for Creative Coverage’s Virtual Exhibition, with one expected to fetch almost £1,000.


Station back on the airwaves after radio mast difficulties

Station back on the airwaves after radio mast difficulties

Station back on the airwaves after radio mast difficulties

28 February 2021

A Diss radio station is back up and running after being taken off the airwaves for almost a week following complications with its radio mast.


TV presenter rescues three vehicles, including an ambulance, during heavy snowfall

TV presenter rescues three vehicles, including an ambulance, during heavy snowfall

TV presenter rescues three vehicles, including an ambulance, during heavy snowfall

15 February 2021

BBC presenter and Harleston resident Mark Thompson found his work cut out for him as he embarked on a rescue mission last week.


Stephen Fry offers message of support to Diss school students

Stephen Fry offers message of support to Diss school students

Stephen Fry offers message of support to Diss school students

07 February 2021

The Norfolk-based actor shared some personal advice for the current lockdown


Park Radio given 'stay of execution' with Covid grant

Park Radio given 'stay of execution' with Covid grant

Park Radio given 'stay of execution' with Covid grant

31 January 2021

The community radio station has been rescued from the brink after securing a £2,000 grant from South Norfolk Council.


Corn Hall fundraiser softens blow of rescheduling

Corn Hall fundraiser softens blow of rescheduling

Corn Hall fundraiser softens blow of rescheduling

11 January 2021

Cornhall finds reason to stay positive despite third lockdown leading to rescheduling.


The lockdown poet whose inkwell refuses to run dry

The lockdown poet whose inkwell refuses to run dry

The lockdown poet whose inkwell refuses to run dry

05 January 2021

One man's mission to lift lockdown spirits while on the move.


WATCH: Harleston residents urged to shop local in new Christmas song

WATCH: Harleston residents urged to shop local in new Christmas song

WATCH: Harleston residents urged to shop local in new Christmas song

11 December 2020

Click to watch the latest song from Humbert's Chums, encouraging people in Harleston to shop local this Christmas.


Shielding Diss pensioner pens his own memoir during lockdown

Shielding Diss pensioner pens his own memoir during lockdown

Shielding Diss pensioner pens his own memoir during lockdown

09 December 2020

Neville Pearson, 82, has penned his own memoir after being shielded away from day-to-day life by the pandemic.


Park Radio celebrates third birthday

Park Radio celebrates third birthday

Park Radio celebrates third birthday

08 December 2020

Park Radio has thanked listeners and local authorities for their support as the broadcaster approaches its third anniversary this month.


Pandemic sees sales in handwashing book by Norfolk children's author rocket

Pandemic sees sales in handwashing book by Norfolk children's author rocket

Pandemic sees sales in handwashing book by Norfolk children's author rocket

24 November 2020

Heather Maisner's "Dinosaur Douglas and the Yucky Mucky Fingers", published in 2018, teaches children the importance of hand-washing.


Art and generosity help man to heal

Art and generosity help man to heal

Art and generosity help man to heal

22 November 2020

A man is giving away his oil paintings for free to anyone who enjoys them.


Scouts and care home residents pull off un-bee-lievable art collaboration

Scouts and care home residents pull off un-bee-lievable art collaboration

Scouts and care home residents pull off un-bee-lievable art collaboration

17 November 2020

A Suffolk care home has joined forces with a local scouts group to take part in a international drawing festival


High school students have lockdown art exhibited at local arts centre

High school students have lockdown art exhibited at local arts centre

High school students have lockdown art exhibited at local arts centre

25 October 2020

Students at Hartismere School used lockdown to create their own artwork reflecting their experiences during the turbulent time.


Staff at Corn Hall ‘over the moon’ vital Culture Recovery Fund cash secured

Staff at Corn Hall ‘over the moon’ vital Culture Recovery Fund cash secured

Staff at Corn Hall ‘over the moon’ vital Culture Recovery Fund cash secured

18 October 2020

The Corn Hall has been handed an essential lifeline after securing government funding that promises to see the venue through until spring next year.


Bressingham singer details artists’ struggles during lockdown

Bressingham singer details artists’ struggles during lockdown

Bressingham singer details artists’ struggles during lockdown

08 October 2020

Robin Shaw talks opportunities came to an abrupt halt due to the coronavirus outbreak.


A tale of love, death ... and a few ducks

A tale of love, death ... and a few ducks

A tale of love, death ... and a few ducks

27 September 2020

Theatre group brings together crowds of people and ducks for a special production of Romeo and Juliet.


Artist canvasses support for change with eye catching exhibit

Artist canvasses support for change with eye catching exhibit

Artist canvasses support for change with eye catching exhibit

25 September 2020

Mr Burns has put on his first exhibit which blends to his two hobbies of art and magic to raise money for charity.


Living history performance in Harleston

Living history performance in Harleston

Living history performance in Harleston

18 September 2020

Actors will occupy locations around the town and deliver speeches about life in the 1600s and the Mayflower voyage.


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