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Despondency and gloom were pervasive. There was little to be cheerful about, no optimistic bright side.

One thing leads to another, it is claimed, but in this case the outcome was four others!

The correspondence columns of a national newspaper recently included letters extolling the benefits of restoring needlework and knitting to school curriculums for both boys and girls.

It could be my imagination, with no basis in fact, but if someone is asked to pick a number, the chances are that it will be an odd one, not even. Limit the choice to a single figure, and my bet is that seven will prove a favourite.

In our latest archive EDP essay, Jane Hales writes in 1966 about the changing role of the coastguard.

The power of music cannot be over-emphasised. Everybody has their favourite, and hearing it evokes memories of past occasions, family, friends, pleasures, places... Sometimes it transports us through the decades.

Great Yarmouth Sport

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Mitch Forbes

The Bloaters travelled to Essex without the services of Ager, Perfect, Ford, Roots, McAra and Savage but welcomed back Costandachi against bottom side Wivenhoe.

Acle United were beaten 3-1 at Mattishall in a match they deserved at least a point from.

Norwich City

The largest, and most successful, gala that Great Yarmouth Swimming Club host is the level three licensed open meet — The Winter Wipeout, at the UEA Sportspark, Norwich.

Norwich

Phoenix Karate School’s winter grading was a great success when students from across the group converged on Cliff Park Ormiston Academy to show off their skills in front of the grading panel.

Cliff Park

The Triple S Fight Team were in action at the WKU English Open in Birmingham.

Birmingham

Great Yarmouth Events

Roll up, roll up! Norwich and Great Yarmouth are set to be at the centre of national celebrations marking the 250th anniversary of circus next year.

Norwich City Council

Tony Mallion enjoys the latest panto from Desmond Barrit at Gorleston Pavilion Theatre.

Prince

A small army of Christmas trees has taken over Great Yarmouth’s landmark church.

Kerry Robinson-Payne

The Christmas Spectacular at Great Yarmouth Hippodrome boasts an international cast of circus stars, plus the debut of street performer tuurned upcoming comedy star Hugh Miro and talented local dancers.

Jack Jay

The Hippodrome’s Christmas Spectacular starts on Saturday and will offer a night families will never forget.

Peter Jay

Norfolk Entertainment

Roll up, roll up! Norwich and Great Yarmouth are set to be at the centre of national celebrations marking the 250th anniversary of circus next year.

Norwich City Council

The first skaters have taken to the ice at the Norwich rink.

Norwich

The fifth edition of Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail will again take place next summer and both established and up-and-coming artists are being sought to submit works.

United Kingdom

A magical tale of love and bravery is set to entertain audiences at Norwich Puppet Theatre this Christmas.

Norwich

David Whiteley’s Star Wars documentary will be previewed on Inside Out in the eastern region tonight ahead of its network premiere on BBC4 next week.

BBC

Norfolk Sport

The Bloaters travelled to Essex without the services of Ager, Perfect, Ford, Roots, McAra and Savage but welcomed back Costandachi against bottom side Wivenhoe.

Mitch Forbes

Acle United were beaten 3-1 at Mattishall in a match they deserved at least a point from.

Norwich City

There was no Midweek Stableford at Gorleston as there was an Alliance competition at Bungay & Waveney Valley.

Hemsby welcomed Norwich CEYMS Reserves to a bitterly cold Waters Lane on Saturday and once again were hit by a couple of late call-offs and suffered a further blow as Kyle Simnett failed to make it in time.

Chief instructor of the Chinto Karate Group Tracy Pillar flew to Montecatini Terme in Italy as part of the UWK England coaching team for the world championships.

United Kingdom

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