A 93-year-old veteran was given a hero’s reception when he returned to Normandy.
A new exhibition hut to commemorate the contribution made by a former American airbase to the Second World War will be unveiled by a motorsport legend this weekend.
It is a project that has been a decade in the making - but after much hard work and a £1.8m investment, the historic Diss Corn Hall has arrived in the 21st century.
Bright and vivid colour is once again filling a village church in Banham, as a £313,153 restoration project nears completion.
Historic vehicles took to the roads of South Norfolk for a popular annual steam rally.
The region’s historic churches have been put at risk after a decision to scrap a vital Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) programme for places of worship.
It may be “top-less” while undergoing repairs - but that hasn’t stopped one of Norfolk’s most historic windmills from attracting the crowds.
He bore witness to the dying days of the Japanese Empire in the final year of the Second World War.
A historic train that once transported goods across the country will take to the tracks once again thanks to the Mid-Norfolk Railway.
What is the Diss Heritage Triangle?
In an age of social media, email and the internet, letters may be becoming a thing of the past but 100 years ago they were one of the only universal means of long distance communication.
With over 180 years of history behind it Francis Cupiss Ltd harks back to a bygone era, but the letterpress business is keeping up with modern trends and continues to flourish.
They have stood the test of time and rank among our region’s greatest treasures.
A village hall will launch its new events programme with a talk on the infamous highway man Dick Turpin.
Wymondham Heritage Museum will hold its official opening for its new season on Monday, March 27.
Ancient and medieval coins found in rural Norfolk have been declared to be treasure by a coroner at Norfolk Coroner’s Court in Norwich.
It caused what would today be equivalent to £5bn worth of damage, and British industry took a 10pc output hit.
It is a building steeped in a Norfolk town’s deepest and darkest history.
A crowd gathered in Diss today as Dad’s Army and Eastenders star Ian Lavender opened the town museum for its new season.
Many people are so keen to trace their family history that they are prepared to go the extra mile.
Dad’s Army and EastEnders star Ian Lavender is set to open a popular Norfolk town’s museum this weekend.
Actor Tom Hanks signed a visitors’ book after his animated alter ego Woody on an incognito visit to a Norfolk museum, it is believed.
His father once flew with the “Bloody Hundredth” on bombing missions over Nazi Germany.
An athletics club is inviting all members past and present to attend its annual general meeting as it prepares to celebrate its 65th anniversary.
The influx of US airmen into our region during the Second World War created lasting bonds, and stories which have stood the test of time.
It’s a unique school project - 2,000 years in the making.
Ideas for a community park will be discussed at a family fun day in the village of Needham, near Harleston.
A major project to make Diss pedestrian-friendly and attract more visitors to the town will start in April, it has been revealed.
Heritage campaigners and small traders are celebrating after a bid to build four large shops in Diss was dismissed by a planning inspector.
From the rise and fall of the Norwich skyline to the rolling Wensum Valley - there’s all manner of breath taking vistas around our region.
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