Nearly £80 million is set to be invested in arts and culture across the East of England by Arts Council England.Read the full story ›
A manor house in Norfolk is holding its first public open day since it was built in the 17th century.Read the full story ›
A lost masterpiece featuring Van Gogh's mistress is expected to fetch up to £50,000 when it goes under the hammer this week.Read the full story ›
Hundreds are expected to attend the 55th annual Flore Flower Festival this weekend - for chance to nose around other people's gardens.Read the full story ›
A baby elephant has been spending her first birthday at a Bedfordshire zoo dribbling like a footballer.Read the full story ›
A piglet slowed traffic this morning when it was found injured on the A47 in Norfolk.
PC Steve Lee was on his way to first aid training this morning when coming across the injured farm animal on the southern bypass between the A147 and the A140.
He rescued it and challenged the public to a caption competition!
Ed Sheeran clothes will be up for sale when a new charity shop opens up in Norfolk.
Ten items of clothing worn by Ed Sheeran will be up for grabs when East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) starts trading in Fakenham.
The shop will be opened at 10am on Thursday 22nd June.
The charity recently sold 70 items of Ed’s clothing for £7,289.87. It was the second such auction in six months, with the first having brought in £8,060.
A team of boat enthusiasts are raising money to restore a much loved tug boat on the Essex coastline.Read the full story ›
A garden shed in Northamptonshire has been shortlisted for a national award.
Sonia Walker's husband built it at their home in Rushden for her 50th birthday.
The shed was built and decorated for under a thousand pounds.
It's apparently more for quiet contemplation than cuttings and compost. Now it's been chosen for the finals of Shed of the Year competition.
"It's just my little place and I love being here but, yeah, I'm very privileged, I feel very special to have got through."
Thousands of people have flocked to Audley End House near Saffron Walden this weekend to watch knights battle on horseback.
Security was increased as a result of the London Bridge terror attacks but families were deterred it wouldn't stop them for enjoying the spectacle of jousting.