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Norfolk writer Kevin Crossley-Holland has conjured treasure from the stories which thread through our landscape and light-up childhood and beyond

His career sent him spinning from pirate pop presenter through television personality to destitute drunk. Now another near-death experience has spurred Tom Edwards to write his memoirs.

A bomb blast changed Dan Majid’s life for ever. Now he is ready to represent his country again.

Romantic novelists will be collecting cash for breast cancer charities at Asda stores in Norwich and Bury St Edmunds

Norwich author’s book a dazzling blend of the real and the imagined; simultaneously seductive, horrific and beautiful.

New book highlights 50 fascinating stories from our past

A science fiction writer and tutor picks some inspirational East Anglian sci-fi people and places

From scummy mummies to beauty bloggers – it’s me-time for mums in Norfolk and Suffolk

Betty Ranson felt like royalty as she was pedalled around Bury St Edmunds by rickshaw

Tips for parents heading for a meet-the-teacher session

A night in one of Norfolk’s most unusual sleepover venues

Parent, teacher and blogger Sally White has tips to help you start the new school year at the top of the class

The world’s first test-tube baby celebrates her 40th birthday this month. Louise Brown was the first of more than six million IVF babies worldwide, including many born to overjoyed families in Norfolk and Suffolk

The world’s first test-tube baby celebrates her 40th birthday this month. Louise Brown was the first of more than six million IVF babies worldwide, including many born to overjoyed families in Norfolk and Suffolk

10 amazing maize (and other) mazes in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire

With a royal christening on July 9, we find 10 fantastic East Anglian fonts.

Teenage page-turner

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

When pupils complained no-one wrote books about children like them, teacher Hayley Long turned novelist. Now she is a full-time, award-winning writer, living in Norfolk with her next two books set in Suffolk

Can’t get enough of the World Cup? Here’s how to fill the next few weeks with more football and Russia

Growing up on a farm

Thursday, June 7, 2018

With Open Farm Sunday this weekend, a farmer’s daughter and granddaughter talks about the joys of a farm childhood.

It’s Father’s Day on Sunday June 17 and we have days out ideas from airshows to gardens and zipwires to zoos

Hundreds of farmers across Norfolk and Suffolk will be throwing open their gates to visitors this Sunday June 10.

My family of owls

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Six owls, and an inspirational woman, are helping children wise up to wildlife

... or at least not complaining too much because there are disgusting diseases, wildlife, treasure hunts or hundreds of dogs involved in these walks in Norfolk and Suffolk over the next few weeks

Tips and treats, from evenings out to making memories

See scarecrows, enjoy fetes and festivals, try maypole dancing or hear the dawn chorus this May Day Bank Holiday weekend

So what parenting equipment is actually essential? A Norwich mum-of-two and blogger bigs up backpacks, buggies and Netflix

If you’re superstitious this Friday the 13th is not a good day. But fear not, we have some suggestions for how to stay lucky, plus some great Norfolk and Suffolk superstitions

A Norfolk mum-of-two brings witty words of advice and warning from the family front line

From mud pies to bug hunt, bring out the wild thing within you with the RSPB

Want to get the kids outside this Easter? Here’s how.

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