Tension is mounting at Potters Resort as the Just World Indoor Championships get underway this morning.
Ahead of his next grand slam challenge Alfie Hewett spoke to DAVID FREEZER about conquering nerves and the rivalry playing a major part in his career as he chases further title joy on home soil.
The International Arena at Potters Resort in Hopton-on-Sea came alive when a couple of coach-loads of supporters turned up to cheer on their club-mates, James Rippey and Tony Webb, from Chelmsford and Hitchin respectively.
Warm tributes have been paid to a gentleman campaigner whose quiet, determined efforts helped to bring a £600,000 coastal defence scheme to a vulnerable Norfolk village.
Christmas Day is a special time of year for us all, but it is extra special for one couple who celebrate their 67th anniversary tomorrow.
Two children’s areas in library?
It takes very little to jog the memory and prompt a bout of nostalgia. In this latest case, the catalyst was a letter to the editor published in a recent Mercury.
Special day to visit allotments
Norfolk wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett defeated world number six Gustavo Fernandez as Great Britain reached the semi-finals of the BNP Paribas World Team Cup in Japan.
Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett has reached a new career high men’s singles world ranking of 13 after finishing runner-up at the Gauteng Open in Benoni, South Africa.
Alfie Hewett secured his best win of 2016 so far when he beat Swedish world number seven Stefan Olsson at the ITF One Series Gauteng Open in South Africa.
Youngsters treated shoppers to a display of martial arts during the busy half term week.
A karate team from Great Yarmouth is hoping to make up a quarter of Team GB World Martial Arts Games in South Africa.