The magnificent Seven Peckover pilgrimage Centenary of a successful recipe Little goes a long way Donkey work - and play

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Vicci, Margaret and Katie on the WI cakestall at Glastonbury Abbey.  Pictures: Wendy Best, Glastonbury Abbey

Centenary of a successful recipe

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Guess who appeared at Glastonbury for the first time this year? Yes, the WI and members were doing one of the things they do best

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David Wall and his 1926 Austin Seven Chummy. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The magnificent Seven

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It may have been the victim of some motoring snobbery, but the little Austin Seven deserves respect, says BBC Radio Norfolk’s David Clayton. I accidentally

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Feature at Rainbow Donkeys in Leavenheath with Sue Field.

Donkey work – and play

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They are sociable, they love people and they’re good with children. Rachel Banham spoke to donkey expert Sue Field to find out more about these

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The folks who live on the hill

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Our expert Derek Palgrave answers readers’ queries on the origins of their surnames. Leslie Barrs, of Sheringham, asks after his name. He tells us his

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nesting tern_Picture: RSPB Kevin Simmonds

Little goes a long way

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The Norfolk coast has become an important nesting site for one of our rarest and most elegant seabirds. Danny Hercock, RSPB Little Tern warden, tells

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Laughs with Uncle Baz

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Barry Cryer is renowned as a comedy writer and a performer. This summer, he makes two appearances in Norfolk – at the King’s Lynn Festival

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Peckover pilgrimage

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Thordis Fridriksson explores the legends surrounding a town garden in Wisbech. Sometimes you hear so much about a place that you just have to go.

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The betting game

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by Let’s Talk Short Story competition 2014 runner-up Maggy Chapman, of Kedington.   You must back Begonia in the three o’clock race, she’s the safest

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Some colourful language

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Helen Silvester continues her Norwich course, and finds colour coding helps to learn sign language. Since our introduction to sign language at Wensum Lodge in

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City Police 1953-4 champions

The half-day heroes

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Imagine turning out for a game of football on a Thursday and the player you have to try to stop scoring goals is World Cup

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