It is one of the most historic buildings in Diss and the centrepiece of the town’s Heritage Triangle regeneration project.
He was a man of prestigious ancestry who devoted his life to saving some of Norfolk and Suffolk’s most precious landmarks, as well as preserving its rich heritage for future generations.
Inconsiderate motorists are continuing to cause problems in a newly-revamped town centre by parking illegally and causing obstructions.
An extensive and unique collection of rare railway memorabilia was auctioned off for thousands of pounds in Norfolk this afternoon.
A 17th century country house in the Flixton countryside, near Bungay, once stood as a magnificent mansion steeped with history.
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