Actress Joanna Lumley and Lebanon hostage Terry Waite have paid tribute to a Suffolk writer for laying bare the horrors of the Second World War with powerful, untold testimonies from soldiers who served in it.
Restoration work aimed at preserving one of the Broads' last remaining locks has unearthed a notable piece of history in the area.
From its lofty vantage point the new memorial gazes over peaceful beaches and calm seas that were transformed 75 years ago today into bloody battlefields.
Almost 80 years ago, more than 3,000 schoolchildren lined up at Lowestoft railway station as they were evacuated to towns in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
As the D-Day invasion force battled up the beaches of Normandy, Roy Clark dreamed of what he might do for Norfolk if he survived
People interested in a town's heritage and particularly the care of old buildings are being invited to take part in a free training course next month.
A fascinating new history of Norfolk is a fitting tribute to author Chris Barringer, and the county he loved
It commemorates the life of a prominent former lord of the manor.
From joy and laughter to fear and frights, cinemas play host to a vast array of emotions.
A new scheme will honour the memory of those who gave their lives fighting for their country during the First World War.
A scheme to rejuvenate a popular railway station has reached another major milestone.
From films and operas, weddings to wakes - the Fisher's Theatre is undoubtedly integral part of the local community.
It is a name that has been synonymous with a town for more than a century.
Daryl Long of Norfolk Record Offices reveals the vast former estate of Bullard's Brewery and how pubs from its heyday were named and used.
Hundreds of militaria items dating back to the First World War are set to be sold at one of the biggest auctions of its kind.
A Lowestoft institution showcasing the town's rich maritime history is looking for new volunteers ahead of the coming season.
The results of a public consultation which discussed possible uses for the castle, museum and the Oddfellows Hall in Bungay have been released.
Loco-lovers descended on Beccles for the Norfolk and Suffolk Narrow Gauge Modellers exhibition.
A pair of rare Second World War medals that were awarded to honour a woman's courage and devoted duty during the "constant" threat of enemy air attacks have sold at auction.
Over the last 50 years Britain has seen a major growth in the number of heritage railways - attracting millions of visits from people of all backgrounds.
From photographs, leaflets and city guides to the first-ever Norwich Pride posters, Norfolk Heritage Centre is asking for donations to help create an archive of the county's LGBT+ history.
Names and messages dating back more than 100 years have been found etched on an old chimney in Lowestoft.
A collection of letters sat hidden away inside a shoe box in a loft in Norfolk for years gathering dust.
As lovers get set to celebrate February 14, DR ANDREW TULLETT looks to signs that recount a historic romance, and other pages from Norfolk's past.
She was honoured for her "courage" and devoted duty during the "constant threat" of enemy air attacks.
The 20-year-old brothers in arms who fought in WW2 but paid the ultimate price.
The familiar taste of Paravanni's ice cream is etched in to the memory of generations across the region.
Owners of some of the most remarkable homes in East Anglia share their halls, farmhouses, moated manors or towers with visitors as part of Invitation to View 2019.
Ten years ago Woolworths stores across the UK shut down, with branches in towns across Norfolk replaced by discount retailers and fast-food restaurants like Poundland and McDonalds.
"History from the bottom up" - this is how an archive editor at Archant has described the company's project to digitise 150 years of its stories.
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