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Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran teases return with 'Christmas present'

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran teases return with 'Christmas present'

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran teases return with 'Christmas present'

Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has teased a return to music with a mystery 'Christmas present' he is set to share.


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

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

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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Diss radio station secures future after securing Ofcom grant

Diss radio station secures future after securing Ofcom grant

Diss radio station secures future after securing Ofcom grant

Park Radio has landed a grant by the broadcasting regulator as part of its Community Radio Fund


Theatre fans go wilde for return of live acts

Theatre fans go wilde for return of live acts

Theatre fans go wilde for return of live acts

Theatre-goers in Diss were treated to a classic comedy this week as the Corn Hall helped to stage its first outdoor performance in almost six months.


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