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It’s international Winnie the Pooh Day on Thursday, January 18. Here’s how to join the celebrations for the 136th birthday of AA Milne, creator of the much-loved bear of very little brain.

Angels soar through our churches, feathered wings outspread in flight, golden haloes and robes glowing. As Christmas angels bring their tidings of great joy we celebrate some of East Anglia’s heavenly angels.

The children of Worlingham Primary School talk about the meaning of Christmas and what they love most about the festivities

With just over a month to go to the big day, the Christmas lights are going on across Norfolk and Suffolk – and at each sparkling event over the weekend November 24-26, there is family fun for free

A look at our transatlantic links as America celebrates Thanksgiving

A collection of letters, written from the battlefields of the First World War, inspired a Suffolk woman to research her uncle’s bright life and devastating death.

1 An Easter trail around Whitlingham Country Park, near Norwich, finishes with the chance to make a gift-box for your mini egg prize.

Jo Reynolds’ remarkable story of burning passion and determination, and lives saved and lost

Cat’s husband has already had a kidney transplant, one day her son could need one too. Her response? To run. This month the woman who skipped school PE lessons if they involved running, tackles the London Marathon.

April Fools’ Day is the ideal excuse to get out and have fun, and here are some suggestions for family foolishness in East Anglia

Taking young children out? These are our experts’ tips for 15 outdoor games to introduce them to the wonderful planet they are a part of

Trains, boats, trampolines and a spy satellite are some of the more unusual ways to make mum’s day on Sunday.

A mother who needed to find a way to explain IVF to her toddler has created a charming picture book, peopled by a family of friendly blobs.

Eli and Mason and friends are celebrating Down Syndrome Awareness Day today.

Science, treasure hunts, shire horses, pram walks, bird walks and more for an illuminating weekend

Tree lover Sally White finds a forest full of fun for all the family on the Norfolk/Suffolk border

Cereal and serials, spaghetti and mash, American TV trash, mum-rock and chocolate cornflake cake eaten straight from the mixing bowl, these are our guilty pleasures

Engage gears and brain this weekend with science and cycling fun around Norfolk and Suffolk

From a 10-year-old’s bedroom for a fairy to a tiny two-tier space for football, a collection of diminutive dolls’ house rooms designed by East Anglians are part of a major new exhibition, writes Rowan Mantell

Family wild about days out? Family driving you wild? Join our new writer Sally White as she shares the wonders of East Anglia with her two young sons – and you

10 ways to…spring into springtime and get your family outside and making the most of the first weekend of the meteorological spring

Races, records, relays and stacks of snacks are planned for Pancake Day 2017

The world (and all that is in it from moths to mascots) can be a scary place for the phobic. But bear with your children’s fears to help them get over them...

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An unusual collection inspired a far from bog-standard family business, writes Rowan Mantell

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