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New exhibition to open telling the story of Norwich Castle

Norwich Castle Credit: ITV News Anglia

Artifacts from Norwich Castle which have never been seen before are to go on display in a new exhibition.

The collection which is called the 'square box on the hill' will include prints, memorabilia and models exploring the building's 900 year history.

Standing on top of the largest man-made mound in the country, Norwich Castle has dominated the City’s skyline ever since the 12th century, this new exhibition will tell the story of Norwich’s iconic and much-loved square box on the hill.

It runs from the 3rd March until 20th May.

"The City’s most prominent landmark is about to enter another incredibly exciting phase in its long and eventful history. The Square Box on the Hill is a fitting tribute to the past, present and future of this remarkable building and an unmissable show for all of us who are proud of our heritage.”

– John Ward, Chairman, Norfolk County Council & Chair of the Norfolk Joint Museums Committee


Police investigating rape 'exhausted all lines of inquiry'

The woman had stopped at River Green after walking from the city. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Police investigating an alleged rape in Norwich say they've "exhausted all lines of inquiry."

Officers carried out house visits, trawled CCTV and made a number of public appeals after a 30-year-old woman reported being attacked as she walked home along Yarmouth Road in Thorpe during the summer.

Six months on, police say no suspects have been identified and they'll no longer investigate unless new information comes to light.

“Despite extensive house-to-house, CCTV and witness enquiries, no suspects have been identified. All lines of enquiry have been exhausted and no further investigations will be carried out unless new information comes to light. The victim has been visited and updated.”

– Norfolk Police
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