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A vision for a new 1,300-home garden village has been earmarked as a council looks to shape the future of the district.

A fun fair which has entertained families for generations is set to make a welcome return to a market town.

A mother has hit out at vandals who scrawled offensive images and homophobic slurs on equipment at a children’s play park.

A town’s pool has gone into its second week of closure, as engineers continue to fix a ventilation issue.

Waveney District Council

Police have revealed 151 knives were deposited into a town’s knife amnesty bin during a week-long crackdown.

Suffolk Police

A village is in mourning following a tragic fire which claimed the life of a “pillar of the community”.

Suffolk police

Drivers are being warned to expect delays as 11 days of roadworks get under way.

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Beccles and Bungay Sport

Friday, March 15, 2019
Luke Bailey

Beccles Town travelled to Wroxham Reserves for an Anglian Combination Premier Division game and came away with a 1-1 draw.

Beccles had their longest trip of the season to Cottenham Renegades near Cambridge and snatched a late try to come away with a draw.

Cambridge

The NR F1 Podcast – taking Norfolk’s Formula 1 legacy and turning it into chatter – previews the 2019 season and Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

Martin Brundle

Players have been given their first taste of action on a football club’s brand new 3G pitch.

Despite being weakened by injuries and call-offs Beccles Town won 2-1 at Hellesdon to move up to ninth in the Anglian Combination Premier Division table.

Beccles Town

Beccles and Bungay Events

Festival season will soon be upon us. All ready line-ups for the big summer events are being announced and as ever Suffolk is leading the way when it comes to celebrating culture in all its diversity.

Daniel

From the news strippers which were needed in Watton, to the headline which told the world about the parrot that “meows like a cat”, headlines from the Eastern Daily Press and its sister titles can reveal the more quirky aspects of Norfolk life.

Watch the mad-cap stand-up in action at Norwich Playhouse this month.

University of East Anglia

The latest wave of acts heading to Latitude Festival for its 14th year this summer have been announced.

Harry

A singing sensation is set to serenade the crowds as he stars in a traditional family pantomime.

United Kingdom

Norfolk and Suffolk Entertainment

What is reputedly Norfolk’s most romantic garden will be part of what has become known as one of the county’s biggest garden parties.

The Other Curator started life in the front room of Caryn Louis’ home and three years later she has extended her thriving market stall with The Retro Room.

Norwich

The music of Nat King Cole will ring through the theatre at Cromer Pier in the year that marks a centenary since his birth.

ITV

I headed to the newly reopened Wild Thyme vegetarian restaurant in Norwich following a fire which closed the restaurant for almost a year.

Food Reviews

On Thursday night [14 March], Whole Lotta Led ft Led Zepellin II took to the stage at The Waterfront in Norwich.

Norfolk and Suffolk Sport

Beccles Town travelled to Wroxham Reserves for an Anglian Combination Premier Division game and came away with a 1-1 draw.

Luke Bailey

Beccles had their longest trip of the season to Cottenham Renegades near Cambridge and snatched a late try to come away with a draw.

Cambridge

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