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Artist's sculpture uses 3,000 fish to send climate change message

Artist's sculpture uses 3,000 fish to send climate change message

Artist's sculpture uses 3,000 fish to send climate change message

25 October 2021

Mark Reed’s sculpture puts the spotlight on the importance of water through the ages; from the time of dinosaurs right through to the modern day.


‘Time is of the essence' to stop future floods, warns councillor

‘Time is of the essence' to stop future floods, warns councillor

‘Time is of the essence' to stop future floods, warns councillor

23 October 2021

Alison Thomas said measures must be introduced to prevent future disasters in south Norfolk after an official flooding strategy was adopted this week


Villagers launch protest in opposition to biogas plant

Villagers launch protest in opposition to biogas plant

Villagers launch protest in opposition to biogas plant

18 October 2021

Frustrated villagers have stepped up their campaign to resist the development of Deal Farm Biogas


Residents in opposition to development of biogas plant

Residents in opposition to development of biogas plant

Residents in opposition to development of biogas plant

08 October 2021

Residents packed into a village hall this week to oppose the completion of a nearby biogas plant.


Eco-effort sees train station boost cycle spaces by 480 per cent

Eco-effort sees train station boost cycle spaces by 480 per cent

Eco-effort sees train station boost cycle spaces by 480 per cent

03 August 2021

Diss Railway Station has seen 72 new cycle racks installed in an effort to encourage passengers to leave their cars at home.


Members of woodland project toast to 10-year anniversary of Quaker Wood

Members of woodland project toast to 10-year anniversary of Quaker Wood

Members of woodland project toast to 10-year anniversary of Quaker Wood

01 August 2021

More than 100 people came to celebrate the belated 10-year anniversary of Quaker Wood last weekend.


Litter group looks to pick up members

Litter group looks to pick up members

Litter group looks to pick up members

28 June 2021

The new group is looking to tackle litter around town during monthly meet ups.


Bressingham to feature in Channel 5 gardening programme

Bressingham to feature in Channel 5 gardening programme

Bressingham to feature in Channel 5 gardening programme

28 June 2021

The village will hit the small screen next week when a popular visitor attraction is the subject of a full-length television programme.


River ‘almost black’ during oxygen crash

River ‘almost black’ during oxygen crash

River ‘almost black’ during oxygen crash

25 June 2021

The Environment Agency rushed to the River Waveney with equipment to urgently re-oxygenate the water.


Residents given a chance to share thoughts on Neighbourhood Plan in public consultation

Residents given a chance to share thoughts on Neighbourhood Plan in public consultation

Residents given a chance to share thoughts on Neighbourhood Plan in public consultation

25 June 2021

People are being the offered the chance to share their thoughts on a vital document which will shape how Diss is developed over the coming years.


Fly tipper caught dumping unwanted furniture on the doors of Attleborough charity shop

Fly tipper caught dumping unwanted furniture on the doors of Attleborough charity shop

Fly tipper caught dumping unwanted furniture on the doors of Attleborough charity shop

31 May 2021

It follows a recent spike in fly tipping incidents across the region.


Say yellow to campaign targeting water pollution

Say yellow to campaign targeting water pollution

Say yellow to campaign targeting water pollution

11 April 2021

The campaign is spreading its message about pollutants ending up in our waterways.


Friends seek to further climate fight

Friends seek to further climate fight

Friends seek to further climate fight

05 April 2021

Two friends campaign to raise awareness as bill seeks to find a passage through parliament.


Woman arrested after council offices are doused in pink paint as part of climate protest

Woman arrested after council offices are doused in pink paint as part of climate protest

Woman arrested after council offices are doused in pink paint as part of climate protest

19 March 2021

A council office was doused in paint this week as part of a protest against the government’s handling of the climate change crisis.


There is no plaice for litter

There is no plaice for litter

There is no plaice for litter

08 February 2021

A local business has been helping to encourage residents to tackle a town's litter problem.


Family wages war on litter

Family wages war on litter

Family wages war on litter

19 January 2021

A family has decided to clean up the area around Framlingham while out on their daily exercise.


Providing our plates with the greenest of greens all year round

Providing our plates with the greenest of greens all year round

Providing our plates with the greenest of greens all year round

16 December 2020

Environment focused food store bringing greens to our cupboards.


Villagers unite to make sure real change is rooted in trees

Villagers unite to make sure real change is rooted in trees

Villagers unite to make sure real change is rooted in trees

12 November 2020

Village residents have been banding together to build a greener future.


Plans to build on site of King Edmund's death rejected following outcry from residents

Plans to build on site of King Edmund's death rejected following outcry from residents

Plans to build on site of King Edmund's death rejected following outcry from residents

31 July 2020

An application new homes near the site where King Edmund is believed to have been murdered has been thrown out after outcry from villagers.


Extinction Rebellion protesters return to Long Stratton for shoe-protest

Extinction Rebellion protesters return to Long Stratton for shoe-protest

Extinction Rebellion protesters return to Long Stratton for shoe-protest

24 July 2020

Protesters laid out 100 pairs of shoes outside South Norfolk Council’s offices in a demonstration against the authority’s position on climate change.


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