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Jon Garnham and other friends of Royal Marine Aaron Winter promoting a Guinness book of records for the most amount of people playing Spoof - which is happening at the Sutton Staithe Hotel this weekend.

Spoof game world record bid near Stalham aims to boost Help for Heroes funds in honour of Suffolk Marine.

A world record attempt at three coin spoof is being staged in a north Norfolk hotel this weekend to raise funds for Help for Heroes.

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Chris Nunn outside Sutton mill. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY

Obituary: Chris Nunn, creator and curator of Sutton Windmill Broads Museum of bygones

Chris Nunn valued and kept the thousands of everyday items from our past which most chuck away as out-of-date and useless.

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Two-car crash near Stalham

Two cars were involved in a crash near a north Norfolk town this afternoon.

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Library photo of Hemsby student Hannah Witheridge, 23, released by her family who said she was a loving young woman who

Hannah Witheridge: Inquest opens as police search for three people believed to be involved in her murder

The inquest into the death of a young woman from Hembsy opened in Norwich today following the announcement that police investigators in Thailand now believe three people were involved in her murder.

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An impression of Lingwood's new village hall, designed by Norwich-based Read Spicer Architecture

Lingwood celebrates work starting on new £1.1m village hall

Work on a new £1.1m village hall for Lingwood began this week marking the end of a long held dream for residents.

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Scenes taken during the First World War, when Norwich engineering firm Mann Egerton turned its expertise over to building planes for the war effort.

Norfolk flies high to boost the efforts of World War One’s engineers

From boots to aeroplanes... A century ago the skilled men and women of Norfolk and Norwich were making a range of goods, equipment and machines for our forces in the First World War.

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Out There Festival See all

The Cocoloco performers on Great Yarmouth's South Quay. They are performing Too Much Monkey Business today and tomorrow. Picture by JMA Photography.

Brash, bold and bonkers - Out There Festival takes over Great Yarmouth

The showcase day of the Out There Festival in Great Yarmouth has arrived, with dozens of performers dazzling and delighting the crowds.

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Yarmouth Out There festival act,Silver Lining, in rehearsal at the Yarmouth Hippodrome.

Roll up, roll up for a weekend of circus fun at Great Yarmouth’s Out There festival

The stage has been set for this year’s Out There Festival which promises to be bigger, brasher, bolder and more bonkers than ever before.

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Out There Festival, Circo Rum Ba Ba L'Hotel. Picture: submiited

Out There Festival’s first circus symposium takes a leap for Great Yarmouth

For the last six years its spellbinding circus and street art stars have captivated delighted audiences throughout Great Yarmouth.

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Lost In Translation, Seachange's company in residence, among the acts performing at 2014's Out There Festival in Great Yarmouth. Picture: supplied

Out There Festival performance is real home coming for Norfolk circus troupe

They have performed in theatres, parks, venues and concert halls across the county and the globe.

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Great Yarmouth Sport See all

Alfie Hewett (GBR) in action during the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships 2014 at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Picture: Chris Vaughan/Tennis Foundation
Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Norfolk wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett earns biggest career victory

Cantley wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett secured the biggest win of his career yesterday at the Open de la Baie de Somme in France.

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Dee Smout with her eight World Martial Arts Championship medals.

Medals galore for Norfolk fighter at inaugural TAFISA World Martial Arts Games

Norfolk’s sporting legacy has become a little brighter recently after one woman’s impressive medal haul at the inaugural TAFISA World Martial Arts Games.

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Scott Manning on the charge for Gorleston during their match against Newmarket Town. Picture: DAVID HARDY

Gorleston looking to bounce back after cup thrashing from Kirkley & Pakefield

Gorleston will be looking to bounce back from a right Royal thrashing when they travel to Haverhill Rovers tomorrow.

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Joe Bryant after making his 100th appearance for Great Yarmouth Town.

Great Yarmouth Town 1 Halstead Town 1 – Bloaters can’t win for Joe

The game started well for Great Yarmouth Town in their Thurlow Nunn Premier Division clash with Halstead on Saturday and they were in front within two minutes when Pete Oldham found himself with room to head in at the far post.

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First day of mixed triples at the Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls. Picture: Brian Grint

Reigning trio seal mixed triples progress at Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls

The Great Yarmouth Festival of Bowls mixed triples tournament started yesterday with 180 competitors enjoying bright unbroken sunshine.

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Alfie Hewett (GBR) in action during the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships 2014 at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Picture: Chris Vaughan/Tennis Foundation
Date: Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Norfolk wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett earns biggest career victory

Cantley wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett secured the biggest win of his career yesterday at the Open de la Baie de Somme in France.

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Carl Breeze (GBR) United Autosports

Crunch time for Norfolk racer Carl Breeze in Ginetta GT4 Supercup

The final three races at Brands Hatch will decide the destination of the Ginetta GT4 Supercup crown – with Carl Breeze needing to make up a 34-point gap to Charlie Robertson after the penultimate round at Silverstone.

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Mark Arnold riding the CC Breckland 50 last week. Picture: Fergus Muir

Paul Jay falls short of record as Barnes fine-tunes his PB in Godric CC 25

VeloVelocity boss Paul Jay came within eight seconds of beating Nino Piccoli’s course record for the Wortwell-based 25-mile Waveney Valley course with a 54:16 ride in the Godric CC 25.

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