The Norfolk schoolboy dubbed "Mini Monet" is staging his latest summer art exhibition - featuring his own paintings and those of his hero.
A group of four amateur gardeners from Thetford are making their debut appearance at Hampton Court Flower Show
A wildlife enthusiast from Suffolk has stumbled across a dinner date with a difference.
A man from Northamptonshire has beaten off competition to become the National Scrabble Champion 2013.
Paul Allan, a teacher from Rushden clinched the title on Sunday after a gruelling best-of-five showdown at the finals in London.
He sealed the win by playing "bandura" a Ukrainian lute, scoring 86 points. He finished with an overall score of 503. His competitor scored 389.
Other words played throughout the final included....
Kernite – a mineral – 100.
Mete – to measure – 34.
Exordial – to begin - 92.
Shrieval - relating to a sheriff - 97.
Valerate - a chemical salt - 36.
Coniines - a poisonous alkaloid found in poison hemlock - 98.
Paul said: “I am delighted to have won, especially given the fact that the final is played to a public audience of players who expect to be impressed!"
Paul was previously crowned champion in 2007 and has won a number of tournaments since starting to play Scrabble on a competitive level in 1993.
Zookeepers in Bedfordshire have thrown a house-warming party for their giraffes as they move into their brand new home.
Giraffe Heights at Whipsnade Zoo includes a re-vamped barn and a 9ft-high viewing platform for visitors.
To celebrate the opening of the new attraction, which will bring people face-to-face with the animals for the first time, keepers dished up their favourite treats in giant wicker teacups - frozen carrot and cabbage cupcakes
Giraffes at Whipsnade Zoo, in Bedfordshire, are getting ready to move into their new home.
Their refurbished barn includes a nine-foot high viewing platform, which will allow up to 300 visitors to get face to face with them for the first time, as well as offering views across the entire giraffe paddock.
A 1961 Triumph Herald has sold at auction for £13,500. East Anglian Motor Auctions say it was bought by a private overseas buyer.
The Herald is exceptionally rare for only having 20 miles on the clock. It came with its original 1961 tax disc and log book.
A Triumph Herald which has clocked just 20 miles since it was first registered in 1961 will be sold at auction later today.
The car has had just one owner and has spent its whole life in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.
Still sporting its original tax disc, the car is expected to fetch between £12,000 and £15,000 when it goes under the hammer in Wymondham.