Cromer's 40acts of Kindness - a lesson in giving out not giving up
Cromer Church did Lent generously this year and reached out to the wider community with simple acts of kindness.
St George’s day Scout celebrations at St Peter's Church Sheringham
Saint George is the Patron Saint of England as well as for Scouts around the world. St George's Day is officially celebrated on the 23 April and this year around 500 Scouts will be at St Peter's Church, Sheringham to celebrate.
Twelve Towers Festival - a month of celebration in and around Aylsham
The Twelve Towers Festival is a month-long celebration of the communities in and around Aylsham. It will showcase a varied array of events - ranging from heritage, culture and the arts; to spirituality, community and family fun.
Passion on the streets of Reedham village
A gentle buzz of anticipation built as more than 500 people gathered in Reedham Primary School playground.
Cawston Parish Church wins National Lottery support
Cawston Parish Church has received initial support* from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for a major project which aims to weave together church and community.
Rector brushes up his shoe shining skills for Maundy Thursday
The Revd Mark Capron, Rector for Dersingham will be shining shoes from 9am-10.30am on Maundy Thursday (13 April) at the Co-Op store in Dersingham.
Twitter community helps Moorland’s school boy
Earlier this week a family from Belton had their house destroyed by fire. Luckily no-one was hurt (including the family's dog) but all of their belongings were destroyed in the blaze.
Reflections on a Holy Land Pilgrimage
Andrea Middleton writes about her experience and that of her fellow parishioners from Eaton of the Pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
The Blossom and Yarn spectacular knitting and flower festival returns in 2017
Following the huge success of the 2015 Blossom and Yarn event in six medieval churches in rural Norfolk, the 2017 event promises to be even more exciting.
Lampedusa Cross display at King’s Lynn Minster
A Lampedusa Cross was displayed in King’s Lynn Minster for a week in March. It is one of crosses made by a carpenter in Lampedusa from the wood of shipwrecked boats that were carrying refugees from Eritrea and Somalia.