The converted toilet block.

The loo with a stunning view

A disused toilet block on the prom at Sheringham in Norfolk has been transformed into a luxury home.

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Police appeal over assault in Sheringham

A man's being treated for a serious head injury after an incident at Sheringham in Norfolk early today. Police say a man in his 20s was found unconscious outside the Dunstable Arms at 12.30 am, two others were found injured nearby.

One was treated for injuries to his face, the other for hand injuries. The man found unconscious is in Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge in a stable condition. Police want to hear from anyone who saw what happened.

Three men, two aged in their late 20s and one in his late teens from the Holt area have been arrested and are currently in Police Investigation Centres across the county awaiting interview.

Norfolk Police graffiti appeal in Sheringham

Do you know who has been spraying this graffiti tag around Sheringham? Credit: Norfolk Police

Norfolk Police have issued a picture of a graffiti tag in Sheringham which has been sprayed around the town.

The graffiti tag was sprayed in several places along the east promenade including a wall and street light between 8pm on Friday 14 March and 10.30am on Sunday 28 March.

Officers want to speak to anyone who knows who may be responsible for this graffiti or anyone with further information.

Contact PC Ian Smith at Sheringham Police Station on 101 or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Controversial supermarket to open its doors

Residents and traders protesting.
Residents and traders protesting

A multi-million pound supermarket - which has divided a Norfolk town for 17 years - will open today.

Residents and traders had campaigned against it, arguing the Tesco store would lead to the demise of the high street. But others wanted to see it open in the seaside town. The store says it will benefit the town and provide new jobs.

Businessman swaps aviation for the railways

He has worked at one of the world's busiest and helped grow one of the region's airports, but a Norfolk man has now swapped aircraft for steam trains.

Trevor Eady used to work at Heathrow and Norwich Airports, but gave up aviation to take charge of the North Norfolk Railway in Sheringham. And Trevor says there are some similarities.

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