Norwich is bursting with history and a simple walk through the city soon makes that obvious, whether it’s through the castle gardens, by the cathedral or along the old city wall. But […]
According to the NHS, over 2 million people in the UK live with a visual impairment. With Norwich being such a historic city of art, it is no surprise that one organisation, […]
As part of Norwich’s 2019 Festival of Light, dog owners brought their pups and creative skills together to create colourful, brightly lit costumes. Dogs and owners then showed off their work during […]
Markets, to some, may seem out of date. In a time when everything can be brought online and delivered the next day what’s the point of them? Traders and shoppers at Norwich […]
With a month go – can the Canaries fly into the Premier League at the very top of the Championship table? Freddie Carty meets fans, sports reporters, and players themselves who all […]
A squeeze of lemming with your drink sir? Ben Hinton visits Norwich Arboretum – the bar with no name (at least, not above the door) – and finds it a Pythonesque experience.
Many vegans find the thought of animals dying to produce food too much to accept. Groups across the country are turning out to bear witness as many animals make their final journey […]
If making stuff makes you happy, then building with Lego can also help you develop. Sophie Wiggins visited the ‘Block Bus’ keeping Norwich school children very happy indeed.
A new project in Norwich has given voice to ten of the city’s iconic statues. All you need to hear what they have to say is a smart phone. Aaron MacMillan reports. […]
For Gemma Bailey-Smith, a rare medical condition means that simple mobility can be difficult and painful. Now, a fund raising campaign by her and her friends means she will soon be able […]