A parish council in Norfolk is hoping to pay tribute to those who served in the First World War with a new memorial shelter.
It is a geologist’s dream to discover any evidence that gives mankind a glimpse into their prehistoric past.
A popular Norfolk attraction is set to hold a special event to thank all of its supporters for helping to bring historic stories to life.
They are part of Norfolk’s rich heritage and now portraits of some of Britain’s most famous historical figures are going under the hammer for the first time.
Ambitious plans to bring the railway back to Fakenham remain on track as fresh calls are made for the community to be involved in the exciting scheme.
School children, councillors and onlookers headed to the centre of Dereham to mark a century since the act that paved the way to universal suffrage.
East Anglia’s best-known steam locomotive Oliver Cromwell is to pay a final trip to the region later this month before it is retired after 10 years on the main line.
A rare Russian medal has sold for more than double its starting price at auction in Norfolk.
As Lionel Richie prepares to bring his All The Hits tour to Holkham this summer, we take a look back at the last time the crooner performed in the county.
A north Norfolk estate has come together with local parish councils to overcome government spending cuts which would have seen much-loved walking routes closed.
A Gothic horror film that brought star Vincent Price and director Roger Corman to Norfolk is to return to Norwich for a screening by Hallowed Histories.
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An Anglo-Saxon cemetery was discovered in a Norfolk field when cables for a wind farm were being buried - but the find has remained a secret ever since.
A community project to restore the Barnham Broom church bells has put the historic items on display for schoolchildren.
News that the Eliza Adams lifeboat memorial has been chosen as one of Historic England’s top 20 attractions for 2017 has re-ignited debate about its potential move.
Shoe buckles worn by great British naval hero Admiral Horatio Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar have sold for thousands of pounds.
Norfolk’s biggest musical extravaganza goes from strength to strength with more than 24,500 tickets already sold for 2018’s Thursford Christmas Spectacular - with several days still left of this year’s shows.
The Eliza Adams lifeboat memorial in Wells has been named as one of 20 unusual heritage sites in the UK for 2017, in a move which north Norfolk MP Norman Lamb described as “wonderful”.
It was a day of both great victory and tragedy.
A topping out ceremony in Wells has heralded an important milestone in the multi-million pound renovation of its arts and heritage centre.
A large plot of land has been returned to an historic estate after being acquired by the National Trust.
The multi-million pound Wells Maltings development, to create a new arts and cultural centre in the seaside town, has reached a project milestone.
Plans for a waste processing plant on the banks of the River Wensum have been resubmitted seven months after being rejected by councillors.
The Dereham branch of Co-op has presented the Watton museum with more than a thousand pounds for their campaign to digitise historic records.
With its shiny red paintwork it looks as good as when it first rolled off the production line at the Great Ryburgh Farmers Foundry many years ago.
It was a day that the guns fell silent after more than four years of bloodshed in the trenches.
A horror film which caused controversy during its filming in Norfolk is to return to Norwich for a screening to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of its release.
A retired window cleaner, who has made it his personal mission to rediscover, repair and paint hundreds of milestones across Norfolk, has been recognised with a national award.
It was once as big as Sandringham House but has now vanished from the Norfolk landscape. Local historian Chris Weston tells the story of a lost public school turned naval college.
A century-old farm tumbrel that was left to rot at the back of a barn for 40 years is rolling once again thanks to some painstaking craftsmanship.
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