Auditions are being held today for a living history project at the Bletchley Park wartime code-breaking centre in Buckinghamshire.
Local actors will play characters that were at the centre in 1941, when Britain was in great peril. They will be performing during half term next month.
More top news
Canaries boss Alex Neil said the club are exploring a number of possibilities for a new left-back following the departure of Martin Olsson.
A Suffolk GP has written an open letter to the Prime Minister, inviting her to spend a day at his surgery.
The mother of serial killer Joanna Dennehy says she was once a little girl so caring she would cry if she accidentally killed a worm.