Residents say they have been left feeling frustrated and excluded after a workshop that was intended to give an update on how plans for two of Norfolk’s largest wind farm projects would impact their village.
People in Reepham are concerned the laying of cables for new offshore wind farms could cause irreversible damage to an archaeological site close to the town.
British Sugar has hired an odour consultant to support their investigation into the strange smell that has puzzled large parts of Norfolk.
A Swaffham woman has been awarded a special blessing from Pope Francis in recognition of her years of volunteering for an aid agency.
Debate has raged over the past week about what could be behind a mysterious smell which has been reported in towns and villages across Norfolk.
A young swallow is fighting for life after it was rescued from a nest which had been kicked along a path by a group of children.
A reading scheme setup to help improve the reading ability of young children in the county is appealing for more volunteers.
The grandmother of a seven-month-old baby boy feared to have been abducted by his parents has pleaded for them to contact her.
Police say they are following new lines of inquiry as a result of their recent appeal for information on a Norfolk couple who are suspected of abducting their seven-month-old baby.
The company behind two of Norfolk’s biggest wind farm projects has said an upcoming meeting with Necton parish council is not an attempt to shun the views of residents.
An investigation found that mid-Norfolk MP George Freeman was among a number of politicians to have faced significant hostility on social media.
A residential nursing home in Swaffham has been recognised for its high quality of care at a national awards ceremony.
An application for permission to build 10 homes on the site of a former school in Necton has been rejected by Breckland Council planning officers.
A village in Norfolk is coming together to support young martial arts star who will represent the UK in the World Martial Arts Games in Orlando.
Residents from Necton were recognised last week for their special contributions to the village.
The Grange in Cressingham is opening its doors for people across Norfolk to showcase the work they do for people who have survived traumas, such as torture, extreme violence or have fled persecution.
A well-known councillor has called growing demand for meals at mid-Norfolk’s food bank a disgrace after recent figures show a significant increase since 2016.
Now the Easter Holidays are upon us we are taking a look at the top ten events in mid-Norfolk that will keep the whole family entertained.
Tickets have gone on sale for a music festival in Necton which will see a number of tribute bands taking on classic hits.
Worries over how Swaffham will cope with hundreds of new homes earmarked for the town have been raised by residents.
Swaffham is set to welcome a range of classic cars and motorcycles for the annual Classic Car and Motorcycle Meet.
Residents angered by the plans to build two wind farm substations close to their homes say a public consultation did little to ease their concerns.
A windfarm boss said homes in a Norfolk village are not under threat, despite plans appearing to show that a substation could be built on top of them.
Pupils in Swaffham have been recognised for their sporting achievements by a former professional tennis player.
People in Swaffham are being invited to a day class that will look back at the collapse of the Russian Empire one hundred years ago.
Concerns have been raised over plans to build homes on the site of a former school in Necton, near Swaffham.
A carer from Norfolk is marking 25 years of service in the care industry with a series of special celebrations.
Police have launched an appeal for witness to come forward following a burglary at Swaffham cemetery.
Vandals have damaged a new bus shelter installed on the A47 Necton junction, near Swaffham – less than two weeks after it was opened.
A former school in Necton, near Swaffham, that has been closed for almost ten years could be demolished to make way for housing.
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