Heart-warming, rainbow-inspired paintings are helping Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital patients along the path to good health, in an exhibition featuring work by Gresham-based artist and therapist Hannah Hardy.
Elisha Hudson is a well-known face around town, having worked at Halsey House and recently being crowned Miss Norfolk. But there’s a lot more to Elisha than meets the eye. In her monthly columns, Elisha will be keeping us up to date on what she’s got planned.
Women from the North Norfolk Labour Party met to donate sanitary products to support the initiative at Cromer Foodbank whereby these products are to be made available free without an authorisation slip at all foodbanks over North Norfolk from the 29th January.
The closing date is approaching in the inaugural North Norfolk District Council Business Awards – and businesses across the district are being encouraged to put themselves forward to win one of the prestigious titles.
When Cromer-based scientist-turned-author Rosie Hendry first put pen to paper a few years ago and sent her efforts to short story magazine People’s Friend, she was delighted when the popular weekly title wrote back to say it planned to publish her work.
A team at Norfolk County Council (NCC) have come up with an innovative way to encourage the region’s residents to get out and about on the network of walking trails that criss-cross the county from Hunstanton to Horsey.
Suffield Park Nursery and Infant School in Cromer has been awarded foundation level of the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
Kind-hearted staff at north Norfolk’s largest social landlord have been embracing the true spirit of Christmas – by donating to a ‘Reverse Advent Calendar’ to help less fortunate people enjoy the festive season.
When we launched Enjoy Cromer More, the Archant team’s aim was to reflect what a vibrant place Cromer is, as well as raising awareness of local businesses, organisations, clubs and events, while spreading even more local pride.