With local lockdowns being reintroduced in parts of the north of England and coronavirus cases swiftly rising ahead of an anticipated second peak, people from all walks of life are bracing to endure more potential restrictions in the coming weeks and months.
After months away from their favourite sports, men, women and children across Norfolk are finally able to dust off their equipment and polish their boots once again. Daniel Moxon looks how grassroots sport is returning
Norfolk’s most senior police officer expects to see a rise in so-called “hidden crimes” as the county comes out of lockdown, including the likes of domestic abuse, child sexual abuse and modern slavery.
With a further easing of lockdown taking effect from today as shops previously deemed non-essential begin to reopen and some secondary school students return to classes, the wearing of face coverings has been made mandatory in certain situations in order to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.