Suffolk brewer Adnams is refusing to let its food and drink supplies go to waste by sharing them among the community.
A village bakery has gone mobile, delivering fresh bread, cakes, pies, and sausage rolls to your door.
Supermarkets are being urged to add under-pressure care home workers caring for elderly residents at greatest risk of coronavirus to priority shopping initiatives, alongside NHS staff.
A financial package aimed at helping the self-employed get through the coronavirus crisis will be announced by the chancellor Rishi Sunak.
The UK has gone into lockdown – but many staff are confused about where they stand when it comes to going to work and what happens when they get there.
A Norwich MP has added his signature to a letter calling for pub chain JD Wetherspoon to pay its staff during the coronavirus outbreak.
Hotels, hostels, B&Bs, campsites, boarding houses, campsites and caravan parks have been ordered to close in an effort to slow the transmission of the coronavirus.
Local food suppliers hoping to sell produce during the coronavirus lockdown have been invited to join an online marketplace.
A row has broken out over whether Sports Direct and Evans Cycles should close over coronavirus after the retailer made a plea to the prime minister.
Holiday parks across Norfolk are shut from today, but some are staying partially open for now.
Managers of local Tescos stores have promised that stocks and shelves are being replenished every day while suppliers prioritise certain products.
Every TK Maxx store across Norfolk and Waveney is to close amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A supermarket chain has created a £30m coronavirus fund to financially support staff during the pandemic.
A hotel dubbed an “eyesore” by its owner has unveiled a turnaround transformation aimed at shaking off its reputation and ushering in a new era of higher standards and guest approval.
Retail chain Next, with stores across Norfolk, is preparing for a “significant” trading downturn amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A value retailer with stores across Norfolk is opening earlier for older and less able customers during the coronavirus outbreak.
A much-loved department store chain which went into administration in January is closing its final stores after retail was hit by coronavirus concerns.
The boss of Potters Resort in Norfolk has taken the “unprecedented step” of closing “for the foreseeable future” because of coronavirus.
Shoppers are being urged not to buy more than they need amid concerns over coronavirus-linked stockpiling as supermarkets in Norfolk see shelves stripped bare.
A family-run fishmonger is keeping a town’s rich fishing heritage alive, as it looks to be crowned the UK’s best in two different awards.
A new shop selling kids clothes and toys has opened on the site of a former indoor market and bowling alley destroyed by a fire.
The finalists in the Spirit of Enterprise Awards - a celebration of business excellence in the Great Yarmouth borough - have been announced ahead of a glittering awards ceremony.
The owner of a four-star hotel in Norfolk has likened waiting for the effects of coronavirus to hit as like a ‘tsunami.’
Companies that dig up Norfolk’s roads have been forced to hand over almost £1.8m in compensation in the last three years for failing to finish on time.
It is not the first and might not be the last time this eyesore former pub has come under the hammer.
A mother and daughter duo have reluctantly quit a village pub saying they have loved their time behind the pumps.
As a landmark store’s closing down sale enters its last few days prices have been slashed and pretty much everything is being offered for sale.
Co-op branches across East Anglia have begun limiting toilet roll and hand gels following increase demands in the wake of the coronavirus.
It’s a house that’s a ‘great investment and renovation project’ but just needs a buyer with a big imagination.
A fire-hit pub failed to attract a buyer when it went under the hammer at auction.
Last Tuesday was reportedly the busiest shopping day of the week, with numbers visiting the town centre falling away as the coronavirus crisis deepened.
Drivers will see delays as the road over a Great Yarmouth Bridge temporarily closes.
A store has introduced a one-in one-out rule as seats are removed in a mall where only a handful of stores continue to trade.
A seaside village which was ‘mobbed’ at the weekend has pleaded with people not to visit for the sake of its elderly residents.
A resident at a care home in Hopton has tested positive for coronavirus.
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