A disused toilet block on the prom at Sheringham in Norfolk has been transformed into a luxury home.
The National Trust has revealed the top ten secret trails that can only be found by foot, with Sheringham Park in Norfolk making the list.
North Norfolk Council has halved the price of renting a beach hut in a bid to encourage more people to visit the coast.
A Norfolk council is halving the cost of renting a beach hut to try to attract more visitors to the area.
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A coastal town in Norfolk has been saying farewell to a much loved son.
Former fireman, Salvation Army band master and life boat coxswain Brian Pegg died at the age of 81.
On Saturday the people of Sheringham turned out to pay their respects.
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Filming has begun on an Alan Partridge movie scheduled for a summer 2013 cinema release.
The mayor of Sheringham, Norfolk, confirmed that the seaside town would be the setting for a number of scenes in the film.
Directed by Declan Lowney, also responsible for Alan Partridge On Open Books and Father Ted, the movie is a joint production by BBC Films, BFI Film Fund and StudioCanal.
Finally, a museum in Norfolk has uncovered photos dating back a hundred years.
They had been locked in a cupboard since the early 1990s.
The pictures give an insight into Sheringham's history and have been a labour of love for one volunteer.
Broadcaster, comedian, actor and writer Michael Palin talks to Jonathan Wills about his globe-trotting, of his love for Brazil and fondness for Sheringham and Southwold.
Ambulance response times are back under the spotlight after two separate incidents in this region.
In the most recent case a heart attack victim in Sheringham in Norfolk was left waiting for more than three hours and in Ely in Cambridgeshire a motorcyclist was taken to hospital by his brother after an ambulance didn't turn up at all.
The East of England Ambulance Service has to make 50 million pounds worth of savings over five years. They say they'll do this without cutting ambulance crews, but is the service already at its limit?