As Norfolk Day approaches dozens of organisations are planning a variety of events to celebrate. This week we focus on what the Women’s Institute groups are doing.
Scores of events have now been organised to celebrate the first ever Norfolk Day this summer.
A concert held to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery has raised almost a thousand pounds for the Salvation Army.
A band in Norfolk is preparing to hold a concert that will raise money for a campaign to put an end to human trafficking.
A church in a Norfolk village is to be decorated with artistic depictions of angels as part of an arts festival.
About 100 Christians from Dereham churches took part in the Good Friday march of witness in the town centre.
Budding sewers and knitters have come together to help the vulnerable and improve their skills as members of a new stitching group in Dereham.
Dereham Salvation Army had a packed programme of activites and commitments over Christmas from the band playing at carol concerts to packing boxes for its Toys and Tins Appeal.
More than £450 was raised for the Salvation Army at a community carol concert held annually in a festive street.
Community spirit is alive and kicking with over 30 organisations and charities across Norfolk spreading some Christmas cheer this year.
A foodbank that operates across mid-Norfolk has received over five tonnes of food since September thanks to the generosity of people in the community.
Staff at housing association Flagship are once again helping those in need in mid Norfolk and across the county by filling and decorating charity boxes with food.
A Dereham travel agent is collecting presents for children in care for its Christmas appeal.
Love them or hate them, decorating our homes with Christmas lights is a festive tradition that seems to get bigger and brighter every year.
Pupils at a school in Norfolk have come together together to bring Christmas cheer to those less fortunate by putting together hampers to donate to the Salvation Army.
Police have arrested three men after an operation targeting people involved in modern day slavery and human trafficking.
Plans to close a main road into Fakenham are being revised after outcry from businesses and the town council who said it would cause serious harm to Christmas trade.
Fakenham Town Council is calling for the closure of Oak Street to be delayed until January after businesses said the timing of the proposal could be “disastrous”.
Plans to close a busy road in Fakenham in the middle of December have been met with fury from local business owners, with one calling it “disastrous”.
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