Thousands of Volkswagon fans have been meeting in Thetford Forest this weekend for the twelfth annual WhiteNoise festival.
It's a celebration of all things VW as more than 300 campervans and Beetles from across the country made the journey to Euston Hall on the Norfolk/Suffolk border.
It's the biggest VW event in the region and includes bands and children's entertainment.
"I think it's a lifestyle, people buy into it and they get the bug and it's a lifelong sort of obsession then."
Boyzone, Katharine Jenkins and Deacon Blue are all coming to Thetford Forest this weekend.
Former Westlife and "I'm a Celebrity" winner, Kian Egan, who lives in Brentwood, joins Boyzone tonight for the next in a series of concerts organised by the Forestry Commission.
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A gardening group from Thetford in Norfolk is taking centre stage at the Hampton Court Flower Festival this week.
The theme of their display is a showcase of Thetford's history. They're hoping to impress the judges who always look for originality and good use of plants.
Police in Norfolk shut down a music event being held on land owned by a pub early this morning.
They took the action at the Flying Fish Inn at Carbrooke near Thetford after getting numerous reports of "very loud" music being played.
Officers also seized sound equipment. Inspector Jerry Wright, from Norfolk Police, said
“Police officers at the scene spoke with those involved in the organisation and we are in the early stages of an investigation that will include interviewing the licence holder in relation to this music event.”
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There will be a number of road closures on the A11 in Suffolk this week as dualling work continues between Thetford and Barton Mills.
It will be shut in both directions overnight on Thursday and Friday between the Fiveways roundabout and the B1106 Elveden crossroads.
Police in Norfolk are investigating how a man sustained severe burns following an incident in Thetford.
Officers were called to the Norwich Road area of the town near the Tesco store at around 9.45pm after reports of a man in distress.
An air ambulance was called in and the man is now in a critical condition in the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds.
Police are investigating the incident but don't believe anyone else was involved. They want to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time.
News that Dad's Army is to be remade as a feature film has been welcomed in Thetford where much of the original series was filmed.
Set in the fictional town of Walmington-on-Sea, the hugely popular comedy was made into 80 episodes.
It's hoped the new film will rekindle interest in the original show and its setting.
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Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted in Thetford.
Police were called to an area at the back of the Bell Hotel on King Street at around 9.30pm, Monday 14 April 2014, by the ambulance service who were treating an injured man there.
The man, who is Russian and in his 20s, had previously been in the river and was taken to hospital with serious leg injuries. Officers are carrying out a search of the riverbank today to try to establish exactly where the incident took place and what happened.
Anyone who was in the area last night and may have any information should contact DS Andy Garner at Thetford CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.