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A 26-year-old man has been charged in connection with drug offences as well as the possession of a taser following his arrest in Beccles.

A scouting group has celebrated the opening of the water-side headquarters after 30 months of fundraising and support from local contractors.

A business owner who was determined to give people with health struggles another chance to cycle has spoken of his triumph following a devastating diagnosis.

A student will travel to Poland to showcase his skills in the farming Olympics.

A football club has paid a touching tribute to a 'true legend.'

A mother was left "angry" and "a bit intimidated" after she claims to have seen two people lining up drugs at a children's play park.

Highways chiefs have put an emergency closure in place on a rural road.

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Beccles and Bungay Sport

Friday, May 3, 2019

Beccles Town welcomed back Caister to replay the abandoned 3-3 draw from earlier in the season, when a Caister player was badly injured, and recorded an impressive 4-1 win.

Last weekend's Virgin Money London Marathon saw a record 21 Bungay Black Dog Running Club members finishing among the 40,000 competing, while dozens more travelled to cheer them on.

Beccles and Bungay Events

Nearly Festival will take place at Earlham Park and Oulton Broad this June, with the country's finest tribute acts set to perform.

A fascinating new history of Norfolk is a fitting tribute to author Chris Barringer, and the county he loved

Norfolk and Suffolk Entertainment

The host of the hit quiz show Pointless is coming to Norfolk as part of his first ever stand-up tour.

History doesn't have to be boring - it can be horribly exciting.

Cinema City in Norwich are set to once again host a series of live acoustic nights in their courtyard over the summer.

These amazing photographs have been edited into fantastical scenes by photographer Karen Fuller, who creates imaginary dream worlds where her subjects can live in a parallel world as characters in a range of settings, including Roald Dahl books and galaxies far, far away.

The Edge of Things takes inspiration from some of the books in Blickling Estate's impressive book collection, and brings the age of enlightenment to a brand new audience.

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