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Coronavirus

The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Suffolk and Essex has risen again - with the combined figure for both counties now more than 500.

The number of positive coronavirus cases in Norfolk has risen to 180.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Two more patients being treated for coronavirus have died at the James Paget Hospital, bringing the total to five.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

A Norfolk family-run company is producing 100,000 protective visors for key workers amid the coronavirus outbreak - with no profit margin added to the price.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

An 18-year-old has been charged with drug and criminal damage offences after a police pursuit.

BorderBus, one of the region’s providers, is helping staff and passengers to stay safe.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Twenty-five people have now died in Norfolk as a result of coronavirus, as a further seven deaths were confirmed at the county’s hospitals.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

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Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Coronavirus in Norfolk

Runners have been urged not to arrange their own gatherings, after Parkrun UK cancelled its weekly Saturday morning events in response to government health precautions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Beccles and Bungay Events

Looking for something to keep the kids busy during the school closures? Here’s all you need to know about the Young Norfolk Writing Competition.

Mother’s Day will be very different from usual this year for many of us, against the background of the coronavirus pandemic.

The chief executive of a popular theatre has been touched by the support of the community ever since its temporary closure was announced.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

The boss of Norwich Theatre Royal has described his sadness at having to tell a restaurant full of people that last night’s performance of Les Miserables would not be going ahead following the government’s advice following the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

Many of us are expecting to spend more time at home in the next few weeks - not just because of self-isolation, but also for other reasons, from maternity leave to holidays at home. So how can you keep yourself entertained?

Norfolk and Suffolk Entertainment

Lockdown arts programme launched by Norwich charity The Assembly House Trust to begin with an online quiz including rounds on fantasy hairy animals.

Theatre-going is currently out-of-bounds, but thanks to NT-Live plenty of contemporary shows are awaiting in the digital archives to be shared online. Here’s a round up of some of the special treats currently on offer

Coronavirus

Norwich craft shop and gallery The Giggly Goat celebrated its sixth anniversary in March. Kate Wolstenholme talks to owner Helen Fisher.

From Bongo’s Bingo to boxing, staying in is the new going out with these brilliant events running during the coronavirus lockdown which you can take part in from your living room.

Coronavirus in Norfolk

From The Charlatans front man Tim Burgess to pop star Bailey May, Norfolk is a hotbed of talent with many big names in the music industry calling it home.

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