Great Cressingham Victorian School is to open its doors for free on Sunday September 30, providing a chance to experience what life was like back in the 19th century.
A First World War memorial campaign led by former head of the army Lord Dannatt will see 6ft tall Tommy silhouette statues erected around the county.
The Heritage at Risk Programme (HAR) was launched by Historic England and is used to help assess the overall state of the country’s heritage sites.
An independent business has promised to clean three war memorials for free to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Norfolk has lost almost one in five of its pubs since 2010 – the equivalent of a closure every month for the past seven years.
It opened under a blaze of publicity, but a branch of the family electricals firm Adcocks is closing in Dereham.
The story of Duleep Singh and his cultural heritage and legacy will be celebrated during a two-week festival.
Visitors to a mid-Norfolk windmill will be transported back in time with the unveiling of a new attraction at its upcoming reopening event.
Another important chapter in Dereham’s history has been written after the descendants of those killed in a brutal massacre nearly 80 years ago, met for the very first time.
A 19th-century landmark is due to reopen its doors following recent renovations.
The story of Duleep Singh and his cultural heritage and legacy will be celebrated in a week-long festival.
For more than 600 years the Brecks was famed for its rabbits which were farmed for their meat and fur.
Record numbers of people are heading to Norfolk’s museums, new figures have shown, with those in Norwich and Great Yarmouth seeing particular spikes in visitors.
A history group is hold a talk on Constance Villiers Stuart, who lived in Beachamwell Hall.
They feared their beloved town’s rich and vibrant history was tragically fading from memory.
A school like no other finally opened its doors to the public today after the snow disrupted the original plans.
Portraits of some of Britain’s most famous historical figures have been sold for more than £83,000 at auction.
Dignitaries, a member of the House of Lords and sporting figure have put their support behind Norfolk Day.
The green light has been given to a new brewery at a farmhouse barn nestled in the ruins of 900-year-old West Acre priory, near Swaffham.
One of Norfolk’s grandest country homes is set to feature on a small screen show hosted by gardening legend Alan Titchmarsh.
A celebrity historian has praised a Norfolk town’s “spectacular” architecture - and urged its residents to preserve and protect it for future generations.
The names of the Pankhurst family, Millicent Fawcett and Emily Wilding Davison may be the ones that are synonymous with the struggle for women’s suffrage.
They are part of Norfolk’s rich heritage and now portraits of some of Britain’s most famous historical figures are going under the hammer for the first time.
East Anglia’s best-known steam locomotive Oliver Cromwell is to pay a final trip to the region later this month before it is retired after 10 years on the main line.
A celebratory event has marked the 150th birthday of a prince who dedicated much of his life to preserving the heritage of Norfolk and Suffolk.
He was a man of prestigious ancestry who devoted his life to saving some of Norfolk and Suffolk’s most precious landmarks, as well as preserving its rich heritage for future generations.
A Gothic horror film that brought star Vincent Price and director Roger Corman to Norfolk is to return to Norwich for a screening by Hallowed Histories.
East Anglia went crazy for colour 50 years ago, though manufacturers couldn’t keep pace with demand
A large plot of land has been returned to an historic estate after being acquired by the National Trust.
The Dereham branch of Co-op has presented the Watton museum with more than a thousand pounds for their campaign to digitise historic records.
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