Evolving from the humble beginnings of a carol concert in a small Norfolk village in 1977, the Thursford Christmas Spectacular has skyrocketed into a revered masterpiece and is now the biggest Christmas show in the country, attracting over 110,00 visitors each year. We visited the iconic site to watch the rehearsals get underway for this year’s production and chatted to a few of the key players who make it the success that we see today.
The launch of a new balloon and lantern charter on Sunday 13 October will see Norfolk set to go green when it comes to celebrating.
A report released this month has outlined climate change targets including reductions in carbon dioxide emissions for King’s Lynn and West Norfolk to meet over the next 71 years.
In the early hours of Sunday morning a pet cat suffered a 3cm wide gaping wound to the lower neck and shoulder area with his muscle torn through to the bone after being bitten.
Following the resignation of Amanda Bosworth last month, Cllr Tony Bishopp was voted by members of Hunstanton Town Council to become Mayor of Hunstanton and Chairman of Hunstanton Town Council. We sat down with Tony to hear about his background and what he hopes to achieve during his time in the role.
A highly respected and experienced ophthalmic consultant surgeon at QEH has been recognised for his outstanding teaching. It is particularly satisfying for Michael Kouroupis that the nomination for the award has come from his students.
Residents need to be vigilant for colder callers selling fish door to door. This follows a report from the Snettisham area of a man cold calling at a property offering frozen fish. He was seen to return to a small plain white van.
Norfolk County Council is leading a project that has been awarded €16m in funding by the Interreg FCE programme for a flagship project to promote off-season tourism, the largest amount the programme has ever awarded to a tourism project.