Stories of key workers’ dedication during the pandemic has been heartwarming at the hardest of times.
A Norfolk health trust is encouraging families of relatives currently receiving treatment on its wards to send in their messages through a new online system.
Small gestures of kindness have continued to pop up across Norfolk as a sign of appreciation for the region’s key workers.
More than £900 was raised in donations after an East Anglian musician performed a live show on Facebook.
Norfolk’s NHS coronavirus fighting force has been bolstered by dedicated retirees and new recruits who have rejoined their colleagues - including one who had retired for just 24 hours.
The sound of clapping, kitchen utensils clanging and music filled the air tonight as people continued to applaud NHS staff and key workers in the fight against coronavirus.
The day after prime minister Boris Johnson announced a UK-wide lockdown, his government issued a plea for 250,000 volunteers to come forward in support of the NHS.
Since launching last month, the campaign - an offshoot of the EDP and Norwich Evening News initiative Here to Help - has seen dozens of individuals and groups reach out from all corners of the country.
A fund set up to support Norfolk’s charities and community groups during the coronavirus crisis has amassed £700,000 in donations.
Digital technology will be used to spread the Easter message by churches across Norfolk this weekend.
We’ve all most likely seen the colourful rainbows adorning windows across the county.
A care provider has joined forces with a pen friend initiative to keep people communicating during the coronavirus pandemic.
Live shows at venues aren’t currently possible due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions, but one musician from East Anglia will perform a gig from her own home to raise funds for the NHS.
For one Norfolk village Christmas does not come but once a year.
Schools and community cafés may have closed temporarily during the continuing coronavirus crisis, but help is available for young people in need.
Dozens of people have responded to a rallying cry to help keep communities and individuals connected during these unprecedented times.
As COVID-19 continues to spread across Norfolk, Waveney and the rest of the UK, people are being asked to play their part.
A discount store is opening early to give elderly and vulnerable customers time to shop in a calm environment.
For many, the term “pen pal” may invoke nostalgic feelings of bygone days when people would look forward to receiving handwritten letters.
The need to distance and, in some cases, isolate ourselves socially has torn families apart.
School children dancing and singing in a video has brought smiles to people across the world.
A supermarket chain has created a £30m coronavirus fund to financially support staff during the pandemic.
People in the Lowestoft area are rallying round to provide help to the vulnerable in their communities.
We know little about how the next few months will unfold.