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Public school sees boost in admissions boost after parents turn away from state schools

Public school sees boost in admissions boost after parents turn away from state schools

Public school sees boost in admissions boost after parents turn away from state schools

15 June 2020

Riddlesworth Hall Preparatory School has seen a noticeable increase in admissions for the upcoming September term.


Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue low trend of daily cases as the high street restarts

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue low trend of daily cases as the high street restarts

Coronavirus Daily: Norfolk and Suffolk continue low trend of daily cases as the high street restarts

15 June 2020

It is hoped the reopening of shops will help to restart the economy.


Preparations for potential Corn Hall restart

Preparations for potential Corn Hall restart

Preparations for potential Corn Hall restart

14 June 2020

Though all the staff are now furloughed the venue has been preparing for any potential reopening.


Government gives green light for Banham Zoo reopening

Government gives green light for Banham Zoo reopening

Government gives green light for Banham Zoo reopening

14 June 2020

The zoo has lost around £1.5 million since it closed at the end of March.


Coronavirus Daily: PM set to look at two-metre social distancing rule

Coronavirus Daily: PM set to look at two-metre social distancing rule

Coronavirus Daily: PM set to look at two-metre social distancing rule

14 June 2020

Suffolk sees no new positive cases and Norfolk has low single figure.


Diss auction house hosts bids for buds

Diss auction house hosts bids for buds

Diss auction house hosts bids for buds

13 June 2020

It will be the first live on-site auction for the house since March.


Thorpe Abbotts trainer calls on owners to prepare dogs for post lockdown

Thorpe Abbotts trainer calls on owners to prepare dogs for post lockdown

Thorpe Abbotts trainer calls on owners to prepare dogs for post lockdown

13 June 2020

The Diss and Harleston Dog Training Club is worried newly owned dogs could suffer when owners return to work.


International food fair goes ahead in Attleborough

International food fair goes ahead in Attleborough

International food fair goes ahead in Attleborough

13 June 2020

Residents were given the chance to get out and enjoy freshly cooked food as the even went ahead with strict social distancing rules in place.


Coronavirus Daily: Her Majesty's event cancelled due to lockdown

Coronavirus Daily: Her Majesty's event cancelled due to lockdown

Coronavirus Daily: Her Majesty's event cancelled due to lockdown

13 June 2020

Norfolk and Suffolk continue to see very small rises in positive covid-19 cases.


Entire family rally together to make pub delivery service

Entire family rally together to make pub delivery service

Entire family rally together to make pub delivery service

12 June 2020

All six members of the Cronin-Aldridge family have chipped in to create a takeaway service providing pub meals for the local community.


Coronavirus Daily: Health Secretary calls on people to do their 'civic duty' with test and trace system

Coronavirus Daily: Health Secretary calls on people to do their 'civic duty' with test and trace system

Coronavirus Daily: Health Secretary calls on people to do their 'civic duty' with test and trace system

12 June 2020

First figures show that more than 30,000 people were contacted through the test and trace system.


Coronavirus Daily: Prime Minister questioned on lockdown speed comment from former adviser

Coronavirus Daily: Prime Minister questioned on lockdown speed comment from former adviser

Coronavirus Daily: Prime Minister questioned on lockdown speed comment from former adviser

11 June 2020

Norfolk and Suffolk have had another day of single-figure daily cases.


Tributes paid to Bowls Club star, dead at 73

Tributes paid to Bowls Club star, dead at 73

Tributes paid to Bowls Club star, dead at 73

10 June 2020

Tributes have been payed to James Taylor, one of Wortwell Bowls Club’s most celebrated players.


Ticket office for town station to temporarily close from next week

Ticket office for town station to temporarily close from next week

Ticket office for town station to temporarily close from next week

10 June 2020

Some of Greater Anglia's ticket offices will be closing for three weeks due to low sales.


Coronavirus Daily: Banham Zoo to reopen as PM expected to announce more easing of lockdown measures

Coronavirus Daily: Banham Zoo to reopen as PM expected to announce more easing of lockdown measures

Coronavirus Daily: Banham Zoo to reopen as PM expected to announce more easing of lockdown measures

10 June 2020

Norfolk and Suffolk also registered low single figures for new covid-19 cases.


Diss Rotary's Phil eyes final walk

Diss Rotary's Phil eyes final walk

Diss Rotary's Phil eyes final walk

09 June 2020

The walk starts days before he hands over his chain.


Coronavirus Daily: School plans could be out on hold as Norfolk registers no new daily cases

Coronavirus Daily: School plans could be out on hold as Norfolk registers no new daily cases

Coronavirus Daily: School plans could be out on hold as Norfolk registers no new daily cases

09 June 2020

Suffolk also reported a very low number of cases.


Pubs could reopen within two weeks

Pubs could reopen within two weeks

Pubs could reopen within two weeks

08 June 2020

Reports say that ministers are unhappy with the initial July 4 reopening date, and want to have pubs back open with a fortnight.


Lockdown greengrocer to stay permanently after proving a success

Lockdown greengrocer to stay permanently after proving a success

Lockdown greengrocer to stay permanently after proving a success

08 June 2020

The owners of The Apiary Coffeehouse in Harleston have decided to keep their greengrocer permanently after a groundswell of support from residents


26 proves magic number for pair’s charity challenge

26 proves magic number for pair’s charity challenge

26 proves magic number for pair’s charity challenge

08 June 2020

The pair managed to raise hundreds for the cancer charity.


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