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A Norwich taxi firm, ABC Taxis, has been given the go-ahead to install protective screens in additional safety measures for drivers and customers.
Self-drive boats, canoes and other paddle craft can now be hired for the day again on The Broads, by members of a single household or “support bubble”
A Norfolk artisan baker, Bread Source, has come up with a new must-have sweet treat that combines a French classic Pain au Chocolat with a British favourite, the doughnut
A new paddle board business, Norfolk Paddle Boards, lets people explore the Norfolk Broads independently
Kett’s Oak, in Hethersett, the renowned meeting place of Robert Kett and his followers in 1549 before their uprising, has been given a health boost to try and keep it alive for hundreds more years.
Middletons Lane, in Hellesdon, is closed to all traffic until Friday, September 4 whilst work is under way to install a new zebra crossing
Cycling paramedics are back in Norwich city centre and two other locations to increase fast response to those in need.
Norwich Cathedral’s 264-year-old golden weathercock has been removed from its spire as part of a restoration project.
The Food Warehouse, part of the Iceland group, is due to open a new store in Hall Road on Tuesday, September 8.
Norwich City sign striker Jordan Hugill from West Ham in a deal that could be worth £5m, Villarreal loan defender Xavi Quintilla for the season, with the option of a permanent deal, and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Oliver Skipp on a season-long loan deal. Read more
Norwich Pret A Manger is one of 30 stores the chain is closing after being hammered by coronavirus.
Passengers are being advised to check before they travel ahead of railway works taking place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
The head chef at one of Norwich’s historic venues, Marcin Pomierny, the. Polish head chef at the Maid’s Head Hotel, has been named as a semi-finalist in the National Chef of the Year competition for the third year running.
August 13, 2020
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