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Feature on the 40th anniversary of the Norfolk Coast as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cliffs between Overstrand and Cromer.
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Stunning 25-mile stretch of Norfolk’s coast to be opened up to walkers

A 25-mile stretch of the Norfolk coast will soon open to ramblers, becoming part of the longest natural trail in England it has been announced.

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A new beer festival celebrating female brewers is being held at The Plasterers Arms and organised by student Erika Horton and landlord Benjamin Thompson. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Raise your glass to the fem-ales

Women brewers will be championed at a new beer festival being run in conjunction with next month’s City of Ale festival in Norwich.

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Fun at The Forum for the Royal Norfolk Show preview day.
Photo by Simon Finlay.

Video: Families enjoy a special preview of the Royal Norfolk Show

Farmyard animals, tractors, local food, music, and more - families had fun today enjoying a snapshot of what is in-store at this year’s Royal Norfolk Show.

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Caroline Williams, chief executive of Norfolk Chamber

Plant investment points to growing confidence in Norfolk

Norfolk firms have upped their investment in plant and machinery in a further sign that the economic recovery is taking hold.

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South Norfolk Local Flavours Event at Bressingham. Jayne Bett Ridge from Tudor Bakehouse.
Photo by Simon Finlay.

That’s tasty! Showcase for fine South Norfolk flavours

We all know that there’s no such thing as a free lunch – but writing about South Norfolk’s fantastic produce seems a small price to pay for having eaten like royalty at a new event designed to bring the cream of the crop from the region’s producers to the marketplace.

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People enjoying the weather and the rides at the Pleasure Beach as it opens for the first day of the season in Great Yarmouth. March 2014.  Picture: James Bass

Region gears up for the first fortnight of tourist season

Leading lights of the region’s tourism industry have urged people to make the most of our “wonderful” attractions this Easter.

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