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Christine Allen and Kamal Aryal. Staff at the James Paget University Hospital (JPUH) have been presented with a hand carved frame from Nepal to thank them for their generosity in helping the Nepal Earthquake Appeal. Photo: Submitted

Staff at the James Paget University Hospital (JPUH) have been presented with a hand carved frame from Nepal to thank them for their generosity in helping the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

Jan Denby, Nigel and Larinda Smith and Clive Denby. Larinda is holding up a certificate for being the trainer of the winning couple.

A dancing duo have waltzed to more success after winning a national championship in Blackpool.

Celebrating the completion of the new Sport and Wellbeing centre at Great Yarmouth College.
Emily-Mia Harris with Principal Stuart Rimmer in the gym.

Picture: James Bass

Great Yarmouth College has celebrated the official opening of its new Sport and Wellbeing Centre.

Great Yarmouth College
Ada and Robert George who have been celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary.

Picture: James Bass

A couple have had a week to remember with the birth of their first great grandchild and the milestone of their 60th wedding anniversary.

Gorleston
Tha award presented by thr Admiralty to the hero pilot

An inscribed silver goblet awarded to a Gorleston deep sea pilot for a rescue, is going under the hammer at an auction with a guide price of up to £400.

Abellio Greater Anglia charity train days. Driver Mike Lloyd, left, and head of corporate affairs Jonathan Denby with a Class 37 diesel locomotive. 
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

They are throwback to the dawn of diesel on Britain’s railways.

Great Yarmouth
Sophie Young (front left) with her father Stephen Wright and Oliver Wright (front right) with his father John and their flock of sheep. Picture: James Bass

Children are usually expected to learn from their parents. But in a rapidly-modernising industry, what can farming families learn from the skills and ideas of the younger generation?

National Farmers' Union

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Great Yarmouth Sport

Damian Hilton
Matt Blake, 10, will be hoping to fire Norwich United to another victory this afternoon. Picture: STEVE ADAMS

Norwich United can take another giant step towards retaining their Premier Division crown by seeing off one of the chasing pack’s top sides.

Gt Yarmouth Town line up in their pink kit to raise funds for the Sandra Chapman Unit. Photo: MITCH TENNANT

Great Yarmouth Town wore a pink kit on Saturday to recognise a local cancer support ward.

James Paget Hospital
Jordan King leaves Whitton players not knowing which way to turn. Photo: DAVID HARDY

Gorleston 4 Whitton Utd 2

Kyle Ingram
Aaron Taylor has been named as Gorleston's new club captain by Ricci Butler, right.

A much-changed Gorleston gave a battling display against current champions and champions-elect Norwich Utd before falling to a 2-1 defeat.

Aaron Taylor

Great Yarmouth Events

Comedy Nights at St George's Theatre

One man’s dream of setting up a comedy night in Great Yarmouth marks its second anniversary on Thursday, February 11.

United Kingdom
Darren Charles, singing with the Jonathan Wyatt Big Band

The Jonathan Wyatt Big Band returns once again to the Pavilion Theatre, Gorleston on Saturday, February 13 for a fun filled evening with their Rat Pack tribute show which will also feature classic Count Basie Band tunes.

Mark Thompson

It’s Star Night at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, South Walsham, on Saturday, February 13 from 7pm. Telescopes will be set up for viewing the night sky, and Mark Thompson from BBC Stargazing Live will be giving talks. The evening is being run in partnership with Norwich Astronomical Society.

BBC
David Hasselhoff will star in Last Night A DJ Saved My Life.

The Gorleston-designed sets will take centre stage when the The Hoff brings his new musical to Norwich Theatre Royal next week.

Norwich
The Hippodrome Circus Summer Spectacular and Water Show 
The Finale.
In May 2016 the Hippodrome will host a production of The Tempest for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival. 

Picture: James Bass.

Great Yarmouth’s Hippodrome is to be transformed into a magical island for a new production of The Tempest at this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival.

Peter Jay

Norfolk Entertainment

Artist Susan Gunn at her new show at Mandells Gallery in Norwich.
 Picture: ANTONY KELLY.

Finding beauty in cracks and flaws is a key inspiration for artist Susan Gunn, and a new Norwich exhibition showcases some of the highlights of her striking works from the past decade.

University of East Anglia
Farmers market at Creak Abbey . Photo: Jake Sugden

There’s lots happening in Norfolk this weekend. Make sure you don’t miss the best events with our weekend guide.

The Night of Spells at Waterstones for Harry Potter Book Night. Chanting spells from a spells book, from left, Edie Kimbley-Shave, eight; Esmêe Norton, eight, and Catriona Gillespie, seven. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The magical world of Harry Potter enchanted a Norwich bookshop as fans of the boy wizard enjoyed A Night Of Spells.

Norwich
Bradley Waterman, from Norwich, who will be appearing on The Voice.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A musician who only started performing three years ago will have his first taste of fame this weekend as he appears on The Voice.

Norwich
Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup from BBC's Strictly Come Dancing. Picture: SUBMITTED

For one night only, Cromer Pier’s Pavilion Theatre is inviting dance fans to join Ian Waite and Camilla Dallerup from the BBC’s hit show Strictly Come Dancing.

Norfolk Sport

Lynn's Lee Smith up against Redditch United's captain Jamey Osborne. Picture: Ian Burt

Lee Stevenson scored a worldy winner and then was one of three players who got sent off as Lynn won a bad-tempered affair at The Walks.

non-league
Carl Wilkinson. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn have got themselves out of a real muddle by making a reserve switch.

King's Lynn
Lee Stevenson scored in Lynn's last outing at Chippenham. Picture: FOCUS IMAGES

Gary Setchell is refusing to downplay the importance of King’s Lynn Town’s latest Southern League Premier examination.

Dylan Edge
Michael Spillane's return has provided Lowestoft with a timely boost. Picture: MARK CHAPPELL/FOCUS IMAGES

The return of Michael Spillane will go a long way to compensating for the loss of Jack Ainsley, according to Lowestoft Town boss Ady Gallagher.

non-league
Interim boss Chris Wigger has overseen two defeats since filling the void left by Stewart Larter at Wroxham. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

After two defeats in their last two games, including a heartbreaking 4-3 injury-time loss against Redbridge last Saturday, Wroxham meet another team in the drop-zone, writes Adrian Gowling.

Non-league

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