Police record 'hate-related public order offence' against couple for flying American Confederate Flag in their back garden in Norwich
A driver was angered when she saw the Confederate Flag flown outside a home She reported it to police who later visited the couple's home in Norwich, Norfolk Neighbours say they always flay flags and explain on a board what they mean The flag was flown by the Confederacy during the American Civil War from 1863 A couple who flew the Confederate flag dating back to the American Civil War outside their home have been visited by police for a 'hate-related' public order offence.
The event is back in Virginia Beach after the pandemic forced organizers to postpone it.The company's vice president, Sandra Loosen said this is the third time they've come to Hampton Roads."So obviously last year was not having any events - it was very tough," she said.
One of the most poignant encounters of my character-gathering career as press reporter, wireless presenter and travelling mardler featured a chirpy old son of the soil reflecting on fruits of his Norfolk labours.Riddled with arthritis and nursing weather-beaten limbs, he refused to look back in anger.
Norfolk is well-known for various culinary delights including its Cromer crabs and Colman's Mustard.But more unusual dishes are also being served in the county bursting with flavours to bring people's taste buds alive.The latest is kombucha, a fermented, flavoured, tea-based drink.
Paul Thomas remembers brilliant Brooms, builders of special yachts and motor boats and his friendship with founder Martin Broom MBE Boats have been much of my life… the apples of my eye.Here in Norfolk, over four decades I owned a wonderful sailing yacht, then also three motor boats we took abroad as well as around the UK – all created by members of the Broom family, Britain’s oldest boat-builder, 112 years of it.
Norfolk's first men's netball group has opened in Norwich and they are looking for people to get physical.Norwich United Netball Club (NUNC) are operating a six-week programme in men's netball at the UEA's Sportspark on Thursdays from 7:30pm.Karen Webb, head coach of NUNC, has set up the programme to encourage more men to join the often misconceived sport.
PRINCESS ANNE's "busy programme of engagements" has been put under the spotlight by the Queen via her official social media account.Buckingham Palace shone a light on Princess Anne's commitment to duty and the Crown.The Royal Family Twitter account, which represents on the platform the Queen as well as all the senior royals without their own social media presence, shared pictures and details of the several engagements carried out aware from public attention by the hardworking Princess Royal since last Monday.
The plans would include greater access to the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk Prince Charles reportedly plans to give the public greater access to the royal palaces when he becomes king.The Prince of Wales wants Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, Windsor Castle, Sandringham and Balmoral to be transformed from "private spaces into public spaces", according to the Sunday Times.
NOW that lockdown restrictions are easing further, here are 17 great ideas for days out, short breaks and staycations across Cheshire on and after May 17.For even more suggestions, go to visitcheshire.com.1: Bewilderwood outdoor adventures Cheshire is the location of the new , the award-winning forest of family outdoor adventures.
People across Norfolk and Waveney can still look forward to a greater degree of freedom as lockdown restrictions are eased on Monday, despite fears over the Indian variant of Covid-19.But speaking on Sunday morning television, health secretary Matt Hancock did not rule out that the easing of restrictions tomorrow may have to be reversed if the Indian variant proved to be highly transmissible.
A former pub, a disused school and a closed holiday park are among the derelict Norfolk buildings to fall victim to arson attacks in recent years.In the past six years, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service has been called to tackle blazes in empty buildings dozens of times.
A seven-year-old boy is halfway through his mission to cycle 100 miles in May to raise funds for young people who have lost loved ones.Arthur Ambrose, of Woodbastwick Road in Blofield Heath, has been pedalling furiously to support Norfolk child bereavement charity Nelson's Journey.He has already raised more than £650 after setting a fundraising target of £500, and racked up nearly 50 miles by Monday, May 10.
Which?asked British holidaymakers to rank the best and the worst beach resorts in the UK The last year has seen people all around the world having to adapt to the confines of their own homes, whilst some have gotten used to it out of necessity there are those who have been itching for a chance to escape.
A trio of friends from Norfolk and Waveney have launched a fantasy horse racing platform in a bid to rival heavyweight bookies and combat problem gambling.Following almost two years of development, Racing Stars will soon be unveiled by Danny Williams, from Wymondham, and Lowestoft pair Stephen Evans and Nathan Thompson.
A BEAUTY therapist went viral after Facebook users weren't a fan of her denim-inspired manicure.The polish with a small dark-blue tip was berated by many people who said it made her hands 'look dirty'.Catherine Snowling, 27, from Norfolk, used Shellac polish on the nail and "denim patch" polish on the tips.
RAF pilots are issued with a fleet of 15mph e-scooters to commute from their quarters to work to encourage greener travel
RAF pilots have been issued with a fleet of e-scooters with top speed of 15.5mph Personnel at RAF Marham in Norfolk use e-scooters to make three-mile journey Military chiefs have purchased 90 of the machines as part of Operation Astra As 'Maverick' in the film Top Gun, fighter pilot Tom Cruise would race around between missions on his 249mph Kawasaki Ninja motorbike.
The Prince of Wales reportedly plans to give people greater access to the royal palaces when he becomes king.Charles wants Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, Windsor Castle, Sandringham and Balmoral to be transformed from “private spaces to public places”, according to the Sunday Times.
Imagine strolling down a busy city street and suddenly finding yourself transported to the past… Reports of ghostly visions like this are countless, but are they real or simply tricks of the eye – or the imagination?Flic Everett investigates My partner Andy is the most logical man you’ll ever meet – but something strange happened to him more than 40 years ago that he struggles to explain.
A Windsor police officer who was fired after a traffic stop that happened in Dec. 5, 2020, to a U.S. Army lieutenant filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed against him.Joe Gutierrez, the former officer who was involved with the traffic stop of Caron Nazario filed the motion on Friday, May 14, 2021.
A Norfolk woman died in a single-car crash early Saturday morning in Virginia Beach, police say.The wreck happened around 2:30 a.m. in the 13000 block of London Bridge Road.Police say a 2010 Mercedes sedan was driving south on London Bridge Road when the driver lost control.