Pavements will be widened and some streets could close as councils launch a campaign to help shoppers feel safer returning to the high street after the coronavirus pandemic.
Primary pupils set to move to secondary school in September will be unable to visit or meet their new teachers face-to-face under coronavirus restrictions.
A further two patients have died of coronavirus at a Norfolk hospital.
A watchdog’s first inspection of services which look after some of Norfolk’s most vulnerable children is set to be made public, amid warnings that support has seemed “close to breaking point”.
“It drains your soul.”
A Norfolk charity is preparing for a phased reopening of its shops - but says two have not survived the coronavirus shutdown.
There were long queues outside the drive-throughs as some McDonald’s in Norfolk reopened for the first time after lockdown.
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Parkrunners in Norfolk and Waveney have at least another month to wait before they can resume their weekly 5km challenge.
Tributes have been paid to a groundsman who devoted his life to the football and cricket clubs he lovingly served.
They’re used to being surrounded by high-tech kit and commis chefs - but what are the kitchen tools Norfolk’s chefs have been using in their home kitchens while their resturants and workplaces are closed by COVID-19?
Food lovers will be able to enjoy local produce online through Norfolk’s first-ever Virtual Food Festival.
One of Norfolk’s most popular parks is set to reopen, but visitors coming by road will have to plan ahead.
Enjoy beer and pizza in the sun at a new pop-up garden bar coming to Norwich as part of a coronavirus recovery project from a local theatre company.
Think Bumble and Tinder are a load of ole squit? If you’re fed up of time-wasters then new app Norfolk Dates could be the answer as it only matches you with others living in the county.
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