Residents in the Great Yarmouth Borough have been thanked for their generosity as the town’s Royal British Legion (RBL) branch has raised £42,680 for the poppy appeal.
Numerous groups and charities have benefited from the amazing voluntary efforts of a popular duo and their friends.
A memorial to remember 97 British soldiers who died in an infamous Second World War massacre could soon be a reality as a campaign is launched for a fitting tribute in Norfolk.
A Norfolk craft company has designed two touching tribute gifts to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War ahead of the centenary commemoration on Sunday.
Every November an army of Royal British Legion volunteers give up their time to sell poppies across Norfolk, raising thousands for charity and making sure the memories of those who have represented the British armed forces are not forgotten.
Silhouettes honouring war heroes which were destroyed by vandals in Great Yarmouth last Friday - just 48 hours after they were unveiled - have been replaced.
People in Great Yarmouth will have the opportunity to honour British soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in the First World War in our Fields of Remembrance.
Crowds gathered in Great Yarmouth’s market square on Wednesday for the launch of this year’s Poppy Appeal marking the start of more than two weeks of remembrance in the town.
Today, the EDP launches a campaign to honour all those who fought and fell in the First World War.
A poignant Torch of Remembrance is making its journey home from Belgium and will be marked with events across Norfolk.
People mingled in the solemn summer sunshine of a busy Great Yarmouth Park to mark the 74th anniversary of D-Day.
The D-Day landings will be remembered with an annual service of thanksgiving and commemoration in Great Yarmouth on Wednesday, June 6.
Three Norfolk athletes will be among a 72-strong squad off to Sydney to take part in the Invictus Games.
They were 26 women who were killed in Great Yarmouth while they proudly served their country and defended our freedom.
More than a million Royal British Legion paper poppies are being collected by volunteers for a First World War sculpture.
Mini-revival in the town is welcomed
Great Yarmouth’s Cenotaph, in St George’s Park, has been recognised by the Royal British Legion as Norfolk’s best kept war memorial.
Here’s a spotlight on the village of Fleggburgh and some of the pictures from our archives.
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