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It has been a tough year for Ethiopia, but Norfolk-based Hospice Ethiopia UK is doing its utmost to keep up the financial support.
Rwandan genocide survivor Marie-Lyse Numuhoza has been made an MBE for services to human rights and the community in Thetford.
Norfolk-based rock star and keyboard legend Rick Wakeman has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s honours list.
On Sunday June 13, Julian Bryant, Christian Aid’s Church Engagement Officer for Norfolk and member of St Edmund’s, Taverham, will be cycling 200 miles around the borders of Norfolk to raise money for people impacted by COVID19 in countries like India.
Lock-down, personal loss and suffering have not thwarted the spirits of Norwich girl Bertie Emes-Ellis who simply lives to give.
CEO of YMCA Norfolk, Tim Sweeting, has today been named as the new Diocesan Secretary for the Diocese of Norwich - a senior strategic leadership role within the Diocese.
Pastor Jon Norman of SOUL Church Norwich has written a new book about how we can be our authentic, God-created selves in a world where many hide behind the mask of what they want others to see.
Her Majesty the Queen has approved the appointment of Michael Gurney as a new Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Norfolk.
Ray Simpson, the founding pastor of the ecumenical church in Bowthorpe, has published an autobiography called Monk in the Marketplace.
Liz Wiggins has been appointed as the new chairperson of the Matthew Project, opening a fresh chapter in the history of the Norfolk-based charity.
A Norfolk family is appealing for funds to pay for private treatment for a 22-year-man who has terminal cancer and had been given just a few weeks to live.
A Norwich church minister has recently re-discovered a picture he drew almost 70 years ago of The Wondrous Cross, which hung in two churches in Hampshire for many years.
Four Norfolk Christians have today been recognised by Her Majesty the Queen for their service to the community in the centuries-old Royal Maundy Money tradition.
The poet Robert Southwell, who was born just outside Norwich, has provided the title for an online exhibition recalling martyrs from England and Wales.
In 1991 Hamish MacQueen launched a rock band called Revelation from his Mum’s bungalow in North Walsham. Thirty years on, they have released a new album.
John Bradburne, the Norfolk schoolboy who became a Franciscan missionary and martyr, is having his centenary marked this year with 100 days of poetry readings.
Fiona and Tim Gosden have moved to Norwich as the new directors of pregnancy loss charity TimeNorfolk.
Our society seems to be changing at a hectic pace, especially as we start to emerge from the pandemic restrictions, and church leader Ian Savory believes that the local church has an important role to play in influencing that change.
An all-night prayer vigil and Mass is taking place at St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich tonight for city nurse, mother and Cathedral steward Estrella Catalan, who died from Covid-19 on February 5 at the Norfolk and Norwich hospital where she worked
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