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Breckland Lodge fire started accidentally

Breckland Lodge Credit: ITV News

An investigation into a fire which destroyed a Norfolk landmark has found it started accidentally.

More than 70 firefighters were called to Breckland Lodge, next to the A11 at Attleborough on February 6.

No one was hurt in the fire. The hotel's directors say they are committed to rebuilding the business, which they hope to re-open by the Autumn.

Norwich once had the second largest bank in the country

The bank's main hall

Did you know that our region had some of the biggest and wealthiest banks in the country?

None were as big or grand as the Gurney Bank in Norwich. In the 19th century it was the biggest bank in the country after the Bank of England itself. The country's gold was stored in its vaults during the Second World War. It was later taken over by Barclays and its now the Open music venue.

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Wife's Valentine's message projected on Norwich Castle

Wife's message to her husband on Norwich Castle Credit: ITV News Anglia

A wife has gone a step further than most to give her husband a Valentine's surprise.

Christine Hendry's message was projected on the walls of Norwich castle.

The declaration to her husband Ian read: "23 years on and still you thrill me. Christine"

After becoming childhood friends aged 11, they eventually became a couple just before Ian's 30th birthday.

Since then they have never had a day apart and aged 53, they married in Norwich Castle in December 2016.

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Woman dies after Bradwell motorcycle crash

The crash happened on Beccles Road Credit: ITV News

A woman has died following a motorcycle crash in Bradwell, near Great Yarmouth this morning (13 February).

The collision occurred around 6.30am on Beccles Road.

The woman, in her 60s, was a pedestrian and died in hospital. The motorcyclist, a man in his 50s, sustained minor injuries.

Police are appealing for witnesses.

Delays on A11 after hay bale lorry crash

A lorry carrying hay bales has overturned on the A11 Credit: Norfolk Police

Police are warning motorists to expect delays after a lorry shed its load of hay bales on the A11.

The Northbound carriageway at Larling, Norfolk has reopened and one lane Southbound is due to open shortly.

Diversions are in place.

A11 Credit: Norfolk Police
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