A green marrow “the length of [an] arm but much thicker and very heavy”, a first edition of Gone with the Wind, and a commemorative plate of Prince William and his young family.
After a couple of weekends that were ruined by the weather the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League got back into full swing with a programme of cup and shield football.
A Great Yarmouth mum has spoken of her terror after a rock was thrown at her family’s car while driving near Dereham.
Once again the weather was the talking point over the weekend as over 100 fixtures in the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League fell victim to the snow, rain and cold conditions.
After last week’s 3-1 defeat of Martham the Galacticos of Bohemians enjoy a healthy 11 point lead at the top of under 14 Division Two of the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League.
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An inspirational woman from Scratby will be in the limelight next week after she progressed to the finals of the National Pride of Britain Awards.
After week two of the Norfolk & Suffolk Youth League season there are four teams with three points at the top of Under-15 Division One.
Prince William has written a letter sharing his ‘profound respect’ for his colleagues in the East Anglian Air Ambulance as he prepares for his last shift as a pilot for the charity.
max temp: 12°C
min temp: 9°C
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