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Xylophone Productions presents 'Can You Dig It' touring around …

Xylophone Productions presents Can You Dig It; Full of comedy songs about growing your own vegetables, including a powerful love song to Alan Titchmarsh, and a virtuoso performance on a cucumber trumpet, Can You Dig It? will appeal to gardeners and non-gardeners alike! 1 Can You Dig It will be touring around Norfolk throughout March; along with our Village Hall promoters, Creative Arts East has been working with Pub is the Hub to create a special showcase of Live Theatre performances in pubs in Norfolk.

Terry Stork, Advisor for Pub is The Hub commented: We ve been delighted to work with Karen and the team from Creative Arts East to set up these live productions in rural community pubs. Nothing beats live performance for excitement, so to bring it into the heart of local communities will be a real treat for locals who can t always get out to venues in major towns and cities. The Banningham Crown on Thursday 3 rd March at 7.30pm (Pub) Colby Road, Banningham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 7DY Tickets: 10 Ticket price includes Supper Box Office: 01263 733534 Sedgeford Village Hall on Friday 4 th March 7.30pm Jarvie Close, Sedgeford, Norfolk PE36 5NG Tickets: 12.00 which includes a glass of wine.

Box Office: 01485 570097 | 01485 579355 The Mermaid Inn Saturday 5 th March 8pm (Pub) Church Street, Elsing, Nr Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 3EA Tickets: 5 Ticket price includes A mug of chunky allotment soup and a doorstep for dipping Box Office: 01362 637640 Cley Marshes Visitors Centre Thursday 10 th March 6.30pm Coast Road, Cley, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7SA Tickets: 12 per person Box Office: 01263 740008 Coach and Horses, Friday 11 th March 7.30pm 77 Manor Road, Dersingham PE31 6LN Tickets: FREE EVENT Ludham Village Hall Saturday 12 th March 7.30pm Norwich Road, Ludham, NR29 5PB Tickets: 8 proceeds go to Ludham Church Box Office: Tickets available from Ludham Butchers or by SAE and Cheque to Ludham PCC, The Limes, Norwich Road, Ludham, Norfolk, NR29 5QA Ashill Community Centre on Sunday 13 th March 7.30pm Hale Road, Ashill, Norfolk, IP25 7AX Tickets: 8 Box Office: 01760 441196 | 01760 441374 The Pavilion Hindringham Saturday 26 th March 7.30pm (Pub) Wells Road, Hindringham, Norfolk, NR21 0PL Tickets: 5 including soup and roll, Numbers are limited so book early. Raffle for Pavilion funds. Box Office: Box office: 01328 878805 This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England, Norfolk County Council and Breckland Council.

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How cyber criminals could target your business

How cyber criminals could target your business – and what is being done about it 09:02 27 January 2016 Tonya Antonis is a Detective Chief Inspector in the Cyber and Serious Crime Department Suffolk Police. Cyber crime is a growing problem and a constant threat for businesses today, often costing firms thousands of pounds a year to combat. Business writer SABAH MEDDINGS reports.

Share link shares High-profile cyber attacks on multi-million pound businesses such as Sony, Ashley Madison and Talk Talk have hit the headlines over the last year. But global firms are not the only target for online criminals. Small and medium sized businesses have reported a growing number of suspicious emails, with low-grade IT systems leaving them vulnerable to viruses which steal confidential data.

Financial costs can reach thousands of pounds, but businesses can also be left nursing a damaged reputation and dealing with angry customers. In response, police in Norfolk and Suffolk have joined forces to form a specialist unit, based in Halesworth, to focus on cyber criminals. Among the team involved with the Norfolk and Suffolk Cyber Crime Unit is Detective Chief Inspector Tonya Antonis, who said business cyber crime was vastly under-reported .

Many businesses who have suffered a cyber crime are reluctant to approach police because they are, to a certain extent, embarrassed about what has happened, she said. They also want to protect their reputation. While police are still building a full picture, the latest figures reveal in 2014 there were 3,815 fraud and cyber crime reports in Norfolk and 3,102 in Suffolk.

In Suffolk, one business lost more than 1m through online fraud. Attempts to hack websites and data systems or targeted attacks which crash websites by bombarding them with huge levels of data traffic are among the most common. Hackers will also target any business which stores phone numbers and other personal information, to sell on the data.

There has been a growing trend in so-called spear phishing attacks, where criminals target a business to gain passwords and access important data or financial information. And smaller businesses with more rudimentary security software are often attacked. Det Chief Insp Antonis said: A significant cyber-attack could destroy a small business.

Some small organisations are ill-equipped to identify cyber threats, so hackers can do significant damage before being detected. Small businesses can also be targeted to gain access to more valuable data held by their partners and vendors. Hackers generally want access to sensitive data that they can either sell, or some simply want the notoriety of being able to breach high-profile business systems.

Criminals are becoming increasingly clever in the way they gain access, using false emails to inform a business a supplier has changed its bank account. Karen Heimann, finance director at Swaffham-based Ashill Precision Engineering, said she was concerned about the number of emails claiming to be from customers and suppliers. On rare occasions we have had emails that purport to be from a genuine supplier.

Someone had hacked into their system, she said. Business organisations in East Anglia are urging firms to take precautions to combat cyber criminals. Norfolk Chamber is holding a breakfast meeting next month to show businesses how to stay cyber smart , and has recommended employees take an online training module to help keep businesses safe.

Caroline Williams, chief executive at the chamber, said: The increase in modern technology and the improvements in broadband for our region mean that businesses can operate on a global scale. While that brings huge benefits for business, we are increasingly reminded from news reports about the importance of being secure, both in business practices and social media. In chancellor George Osborne s autumn statement, he announced 1.9bn of new money to protect Britain from cyber attacks, and make it one of the safest places to do business online .

But the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has urged the government to ensure this money will protect businesses of all sizes. Salena Dawson, FSB regional chairman, said: We have become more aware regionally of the concerns members are having with potential threats to loss of data, loss of assets and damage to reputation due to disruption to online services. My business, in November last year, became a victim when the firm s website was required to be taken offline for a short period of time while my IT company placed further levels of security in place due to an attempted hack.

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Alice's Adventure in Wonderland Ashill Community Centre this …

at Ashill Community Centre on Sunday 20th December 2015 Award winning theatre company Box Tale Soup bring their own special flavour to Ashill Community Centre on Sunday 20 th December , supported by the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East. Alice s Adventures in Wonderland is a magical adventure featuring a cast of just two human performers, a dozen beautifully handmade puppets, and a set that unfolds from a vintage trunk. Join Alice on her journey down the rabbit hole and meet the well-loved characters of her storybook world.

The show is suitable for ages 10+ and families.

You can see Alice s Adventures in Wonderland at 2.00pm at Ashill Community Centre on Sunday 20 th December These events are organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Norfolk County Council and Breckland Council.

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The Impact of WW1 on the Wayland area

The Wayland Partnership Development Trust Heritage Group is holding a weekend of events over November 14th & 15th presenting their research so far on the impact of WWI specifically on the Wayland area. The project is funded by Heritage Lottery and will continue until April 2016. It will take place at Watton sports Centre, Dereham Road Watton.

Dedication of Watton War Memorial 1920 The exhibition is designed to present information discovered by the village research teams, but also to attract interest from people who may have photos, documents and memories of those who served or lived through this momentous period in our history which will add to our knowledge. As well as researching the roles of the men who served, we are especially interested in how the local farms and estates coped, what the role of women was, the experiences of our children, local attitudes to the war as it progressed, the wider impact on families, everyday life, and business and commerce. As well as village displays, we will have tableaux and re-enactments, cakes from WWI recipes made by the WI, knitting and crafts by the WI, children s dress up box and much more.

Come and discover what life was like in this area in wartime. In addition to the exhibition we have two ticket only events. On Saturday 14th November at 7pm we have a talk by noted historian Neil Storey on the Great War in Norfolk.

On Sunday 15th November we have a commemorative ceremony to remember all of the fallen of Wayland, which will include performance by Ashill Harmony Choir and Phoenix Pipes and Drums. Both events are free but limited to advance tickets only due to seating restrictions. Exhibition opening times are: Saturday 14th November 11am 4.30pm; Sunday 15th November 10am to 1pm.

Entry is free. The talk by Neil Storey will begin at 7pm. The Commemorative event will begin at 2pm.

For further information and to book tickets for the two events please telephone Wayland House on 01953 880202 or 880204 or e-mail [email protected]