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The Mayor of Watton has praised the community spirit of the town after her charity ball raised more than £4,000.

Proposals which would see all but seven of Norfolk’s children’s centres close have been attacked by two of the county’s MPs.

Clive Lewis

A Norfolk woman gave a demonstration of the invaluable role of hearing dogs as part of a fundraising event with her new neighbours.

A national charity is helping young people to spot the signs of peer-on-peer abuse following thousands of counselling sessions.

The number of complaints recorded by Norfolk Constabulary has increased by 11 per cent, according to new statistics.

United Kingdom

There are no plans to scrap NHS parking charges in Norfolk, despite it being announced fees in Wales would be axed.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Police are targeting people who use their mobile phones behind the wheel in a week-long enforcement campaign.

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Watton and Swaffham Sport

Friday, September 14, 2018

Swaffham’s Nick Cains underlined his reputation as one of the region’s most promising young players with his second pro-am victory in four days.

Diss Town failed to build on a dream start as they suffered a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of near neighbours Debenham LC in Division One North of the Thurlow Nunn League.

Ryan Pearson

Swaffham Town turned in another solid all-round performance to secure three well-deserved points in Division One North of the Thurlow Nunn League.

Kyle Plumb

A goal in added time clinched the three points and the bragging rights for Swaffham Town in their Friday night derby against King’s Lynn Reserves at Shoemakers Lane.

Korben Willis

Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers and Martham lifted the silverware on a big day for the Mid Norfolk Sunday League at Sprowston on Bank Holiday Monday.

Ashmanhaugh Wanderers

Watton and Swaffham Events

Captain Mainwaring and his platoon will be heading for Swaffham this Saturday.

England’s biggest festival of heritage and culture returns for its second weekend with free events taking place across Norfolk.

United Kingdom

Discover one of Norfolk’s loveliest hidden castles and a great place to take the family - Castle Acre near Swaffham.

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Nothing says fast food like the iconic chain restaurant McDonald’s, but how does the American giant rank in Norfolk?

Norwich

Follow the food fans in the know to a corner of Norfolk where the very best of the county is being showcased at an annual show which is a must for those who love the very best produce from North Norfolk. Here’s what you can look forward to at 2018’s North Norfolk Food Festival.

Norfolk

Norfolk Entertainment

Do you agree with our list of some of the worst films ever made?

Andrew Clarke

Internationally acclaimed acrobats, aerialists and other circus professionals will be winging their way to Norwich this weekend for Fly High, The Oak Circus Centre’s annual circus convention.

Heritage Lottery Fund

The 75th anniversary of one of the most infamous Second World War bombing raids by Norfolk-based American aircrews is to be marked at a film night.

Norfolk

The Emmy awards, America’s TV Oscars, rewarded a lot of British talent this week. Arts editor Andrew Clarke takes a look at how Britain has become a major player, not only in Hollywood but in US TV as well.

Andrew Clarke

A doo-wop group, who performed for Olly Murs as he celebrated his birthday with friends earlier this year, will showcase their talents in Lowestoft once more next month.

Norfolk Sport

Swaffham’s Nick Cains underlined his reputation as one of the region’s most promising young players with his second pro-am victory in four days.

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