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Sunday, May 24, 2020
Coronavirus in Norfolk

A much-loved lido which spent £500,000 on upgrades for this season says it is working to make swimming safe in a socially distanced world.

Staff at a long established building company returned to work this week amid the continuing coronavirus crisis.

Lowestoft

Two coastal towns have been praised by local businesses for keeping their distance as the bank holiday weekend approaches.

The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Norfolk was nearly double the rate it was a year ago according to figures released this week.

Two Norfolk pubs are so ready to reopen that they have hired marquees for their beer garden

Customers desperate for a return to normal life have been flocking to garden centres as they reopened for the first time since lockdown.

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New retail units and eight flats are set to be built in a prime town centre location after plans were given the go-ahead.

Online funerals, personalised services and protective gear for staff are among the lengths funeral directors are having to go to give meaningful ways for mourners to say goodbye to loved ones.

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People across Norfolk and Waveney have been reacting after new guidance revealing the path out of coronavirus lockdown was revealed.

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A Suffolk and Norfolk-based garden centre chain is set to reopen on Wednesday, May 13.

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Local bus companies have been reacting to the Prime Minister’s advice to commuters to avoid public transport.

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An independent brewery is offering you the chance to help out a local hospital, all while enjoying a cold beer.

Bakery chain Greggs, with shops across Norfolk, has gone back on plans to re-open over fears of attracting too many crowds.

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A family restaurant in Bungay which has been regularly delivering hundred of meals to local hospitals is gearing up for life after lockdown.

Pub chain Wetherspoon’s plans to reopen its bars and hotels in June as its founder revealed the extent of the carnage caused by the coronavirus lockdown.

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The East of England Co-op has launched a new project which will see its members donate millions of pounds to projects throughout East Anglia.

Royal Mail has scrapped Saturday letter deliveries until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A team of 50 people in East Suffolk say they feel “really proud” to have made more than 3,000 items of PPE for frontline staff fighting the coronavirus crisis in East Anglia.

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Bakery Greggs has announced its intention to open some stores despite the coronavirus lockdown.

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Some of the workers furloughed because of the coronavirus pandemic could be encouraged to take a second job to help farmers in Norfolk and Suffolk reap the summer harvest.

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South Norfolk and Broadland businesses have so far received more than £38m in government grants to help them through the coronavirus pandemic.

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A “unique” new co-working hair salon has transformed a former pub and café on a historic high street.

Restaurants on lockdown are making and delivering food for hospital staff after a school opened its kitchen and a care home provider funded the mission.

A new flat could be unveiled above a historic town centre shop, provided plans get the go-ahead.

Southwold

More than £100million in crucial business grants have been handed out to businesses in Suffolk – but thousands are yet to claim, new data shows.

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership

A long-awaited third crossing in Lowestoft has edged nearer after a major objector has withdrawn its concerns.

A major Suffolk brewery has ensured its business remains strong despite the coronavirus lockdown – but has called for further support on reopening.

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A record number of businesses in Suffolk have picked up a Queen’s Award for Enterprise this year as the county punches above its weight across a range of sectors.

A repeat attempt to open a restaurant and bar in the centre of a Suffolk seaside town has been refused by planners.

Southwold

Suffolk and north Essex businesses and workers are continuing to rally around to help support the community with inspiring acts of kindness during the coronavirus crisis.

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