Norwich Evening News

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The voice behind the tweeting is Stacia Briggs, current UK Columnist of the Year and feature writer for the Evening News, who also tweets as womaninblack. Like many folks looking at local news feeds, Stacia says she struggled to find something engaging out there — a feed that actually made people want to click on links, rather than simply treating the medium as a one-way publishing stream. So she set out to create something different. Sometimes, the observations are quite oblique — I like oblique observations. But between the straight tweets that link the reader to important stories and keep people up to date, eveningnews is genuinely funny and wonderfully compelling. Readers tell eveningnews their stories freely, they pass on ideas, they offer case studies and point out errors — but the open dialogue has drawbacks. It directed people to our website and was a great example of how Twitter can break the news and we can expand on it. Talk like a human being. Engage with people. Reply to people who talk to you.

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Norwich is a great student city with a vibrant nightlife. If you fancy venturing a bit further for your nights out, jump on the bus to the city and head down to Prince of Wales road. And the selection of burger joints to hit on the way home will leave your mouth watering! Fancy a night off campus but not in the mood to deal with yet another night of partying and dancing? Cinema City could well be the place for you!

They have a student membership , which gives you a couple of free tickets and money off food and drink. And just in case you fancy a glass, they even let you take wine into the theatres with you. Want to stay on campus but in the mood for a little more than a pint and a round of pool in Red Bar? Head round the other side and spend your evening at Blue Bar aka the place where Coldplay broadcast live on Radio 1. And, if you get there before , they let you eat your chips from The Grosvenor Fish Bar across the road while you drink your pint.

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Once we have a new start date confirmed, we will update our website and social media pages with all dates and details. Best wishes – Norwich Ghost Walks. Your ghost-hunter host will take you on a journey through the most haunted areas of the city. Hear tales of the many lost spirits and poltergeists who are still seen, and heard, to this day! The original Norwich Ghost Walks are open to all.

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success, a event will now be held on the same 27 July date. Norfolk. David Powles, editor-in-chief of the EDP and Evening News, said.

Members of the school’s staff community have been recognised in the local press for their volunteering efforts during the coronavirus crisis. The catering team at Norwich School have been working to donate meals to vulnerable people in Norwich. The story of a former Norwich School pupil who was stranded in Fiji due to the Coronavirus outbreak, has begun a fundraising campaign after the country was hit by a cyclone.

The visit of Baroness Lawrence to Norwich School during the Lent term, has been mentioned in the most recent edition of Norfolk Magazine. Dougal, the labrador team member who accompanies Duke of Edinburgh expeditions, is featured in the latest DofE Magazine. A full day of celebrations for Chinese New Year took place last week for our own community and our Swire partnership schools. The launch night of the pupil-led Baking for Bacon charity cookbook has featured in the latest issue of Norfolk Magazine.

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Delays are expected as temporary traffic lights and road closures are put in place in a market town in order to carry out drainage works. Action is needed to ease growing frustrations about a bridge near the north Norfolk coast, a councillor has said. The moated medieval country house Mannington Hall will form the backdrop for a charity day to be held in aid of a trio of churches. Gusts of more than 50mph could hit parts of the county this week as the newly-named Storm Francis looms.

A group of mothers united by business dreams have joined forces to help each other thrive and push on through and after the coronavirus pandemic.

Making first dates fun! Suzy Robb and Charlie Day at the last dating event in November. Pic: Charlie Day. Two Norfolk businesswomen fed up.

A parliamentary debate over where substations are built to serve new offshore wind farms in Norfolk has been cancelled – so the MP who had raised it can add his voice at a Norwich meeting about the issue. The companies behind them say they will provide enough energy to power more than four million homes — the equivalent of five Sizewell nuclear power stations. But the work to put in cables and substations will affect more than landowners – and Conservative Mr Freeman has criticised the public engagement.

Vattenfall wants to build two wind farms, Vanguard and Boreas, 50km east of the coast at Happisburgh, while the wind farm, Hornsea Three, will be built km north of the Norfolk coast by Danish energy firm Orsted. Cables from Hornsea Both would then need trenches up to 60 kilometres long to be dug across the Norfolk countryside to connect them to the National Grid.

Mr Freeman said he was not against the principle of wind farms and was in favour of offshore renewable energy. But he said he felt local communities had not been properly engaged with and the siting of a substation the size of Wembley Stadium at Necton was inappropriate. But Mr Freeman has cancelled that debate, so he can be in Norwich for a key hearing on proposals for one of the windfarms.

And, because Mr Freeman wants to speak at that meeting, he decided he had to call off the parliamentary debate to ensure he would be back in Norfolk in time for it. Three of the biggest wind farms in the world are planned off the Norfolk coast.

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