Children affected by the Chernobyl disaster have celebrated Christmas as part of a month-long stay with families in Diss, Norfolk.Read the full story ›
A couple from Huntingdon have built up an unusual festive tradition over the past quarter of a century.
Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman build a giant Lego model each year in the run-up to Christmas.
They have made something different each year for the past 24 years. This year's theme is a Victorian doll's house at Christmas.
They were helped with the huge construction project by their great niece and great nephew Kitty and Beau Pollard.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
Christmas is fast approaching and office parties are still in full swing. But alongside the fun and frolics - there is the fallout.
Many towns and cities in the Anglia region have volunteer groups on the lookout for those in need of a bit of help.
In Peterborough they're called the Street Pastors, a Christian organisation which has been operating on the streets of the city since 2008.
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes who spent the night on the streets with the Street Pastors
The distressing impact of a crash caused by a drunk driver has been mocked-up by police in Norfolk to highlight the dangers.Read the full story ›
The festive season is a time for giving presents to our nearest and dearest but one woman from Norfolk gets a buzz out of bringing festive cheer to complete strangers.
Trish Abbott from Reedham leaves free homemade presents in public places and her idea has spread across the world.
All year round she makes gifts for people she'll never meet. Parks, shopping centres, buses, trains - wherever Trish goes her bag of gifts goes with here. Over the years she's left hundreds of home made presents.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Kate Prout
Canines in Christmas jumpers have been getting into the festive spirit in Norwich.
Pets posed for photos with their owners at Santa's Grotto for Dogs outside The Forum.
Santa's helpers handing out treats to the dogs who were well-behaved.
The rather quirky idea helps raise money for RSPCA Norfolk.
They love it!
The costumes that the dogs wear are absolutely phenomenal, some of the dogs do do a second take at doggy Santa but they do settle down and everyone can take their own photos and send them to friends and family so the social media goes crazy afterwards its amazing.
As we reach the end ITV Anglia's Christmas Shout Outs, read the last of the lovely and very personal tributes that you've been sending in.Read the full story ›
An injured foal found abandoned in a Christmas tree field in Norfolk has been appropriately named Rudolph by the charity caring for him.Read the full story ›
Today is set to be one of the busiest days of the year at Stansted Airport - with more than 40,000 people flying off to 170 destinations ahead of Christmas.
But it will be topped just a few days later - on December 30 - when even more passengers will travel out of the Essex terminal.
In total nearly one million people will use the airport between December 18 and January 2.
Trains and roads are also likely to be very busy.
As Christmas Day fast approaches, have a read of ITV Anglia's penultimate Christmas Shout Outs.Read the full story ›