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September 18 2014 Latest news:
Volunteers are being asked to play a major role in preparing Fakenham for emergencies such as fires, extreme weather and power cuts.
Norfolk Police are urging drivers to take care on Norfolk’s roads today following the appearance of thick fog.
Phones 4u is to go into administration - placing more than 5,500 jobs at risk - after network operator EE joined Vodafone in cutting ties with the retailer.
Swashbuckling fun was had as buccaneers, scallywags and salty sea dogs ran riot in Wells over the weekend.
A police investigation has been launched after the “unexplained” death of an elderly woman in a village near Fakenham.
Student George Goodall won a school prize at Holt for his drawings of butterflies and moths in 1910.
The game is afoot in Dereham this Saturday, as an evening of Murder and Mystery hurtles over the points towards the unsuspecting diners at The Railway Tavern.
The stage has been set for this year’s Out There Festival which promises to be bigger, brasher, bolder and more bonkers than ever before.
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Fakenham Town will go into Saturday’s visit to Walsham le Willows looking to bring to an end a run of three successive defeats – all without scoring a goal.
Boss Wayne Anderson is looking for a positive response from his Fakenham Town players when they host Godmanchester Rovers on Saturday – after giving them the week off to “think about what they did wrong” when losing on their last outing.
Fakenham Town’s reigning player of the season Kyle Plumb is edging closer towards a return to action.
Host Gavin Caney focuses on what is sure to be a remarkable afternoon of cricket during tomorrow’s final day of the Norfolk Alliance Premier Division season.
Teenage duo Harrison Futter and Harry Bammant have batted their way into the record books at Fakenham Cricket Club.
The Suffolk Sports Awards were held at a glittering ceremony of Friday evening with European senior karate champion Jack Somers winning the main ‘Sports Personality of the Year award’
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is hoping Liverpool’s busy start to the season will give the Hammers an edge come Saturday night.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy is expecting the goals to keep flowing for in-form Daryl Murphy after the striker’s stunning finish sealed the Blues’ victory over Brighton on Tuesday.