Norwich Evening News: A week in pictures
PUBLISHED: 16:15 26 August 2012
Missed out on some of the main stories this week?
Here are just some of the pictures that made headlines in the Norwich Evening News last week. To scroll through, see the photo gallery at the top-right of this page.
EN week in pictures
A new model railway museum at Hoveton begins to take shape this week.
The Garage's summer show - a vintage-themed Cinderella, had a dress rehearsal before the opening night. Picture: James Bass
Students got their GCSE results in Norfolk on Thursday,with these students opening theirs at Sewell Park college in Norwich.
Larkman Primary and Catton Grove pupils took part in the Norwich and Norfolk Community In Harmony concert in St Andrews Hall, where famous cellist Julian Lloyd Webber visited the project that he supports.
Two Norwich natives toasted the fulfilment of a long-held ambition when in independant wine shop returned to the city.
Panto star Tom Beard entertained children at library in The Forum with fairytale stories with a difference.
Roaring engines, mysterious flying objects and eerie floating lights action in the skies over the Norwich area has caused a stir among puzzled onlookers below.
A colourful celebration of body art was held in Norwich over the weekend at St Andrews and Blackfriars Halls.
Norwich lost 5-0 to Fulham away this weekend.
Tributes came in for young Maisie Baxter who died earlier this year.
The Wroxham and Hoveton Lions Club organised a charity motor show this weekend, raising thousands of pounds for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and Help for Heroes charities.
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