Rail woe - Housing help - Broads breakthrough

Welcome back to The Seeker's weekly round-up of all things Norwich.

Rail woe - Housing help - Broads breakthrough
The Norwich Dandies: Christina Sabberton, Dugald Ferguson and Eloise O'Hare with their mural for Silver Road Community Centre.

Good morning and welcome back!

This is Tom, covering for Shaun who returns next week. We're deep into the summer holidays, or "silly season" as it's known in journalism, but fear not, I've filtered out the press releases about Norwich being the country's most stressed/least stressed/happiest/unhappiest city to bring you your weekly digest.

๐Ÿ“ฐ In todayโ€™s edition

  • Coming down the track - the Norwich-London line is closing for several weekends this autumn.
  • Broads born & bred - it's the end of a 400-year wait for a rare bird to breed in the Broads.
  • Council watch - 15 months after being forced to leave because of safety fears, 53 flat owners can finally return home.
  • Weekend guide - because itโ€™s never too early to start looking forward to Friday.
  • Get involved - how you can help make The Seeker bigger and better.

But first itโ€™s our Wednesday Window where we showcase a local artist.

Today, weโ€™re featuring landscape artist Eloise O'Hare who loves painting Cromer beach, as well as producing political cartoons.

With her art group, The Norwich Dandies, she also paints murals, including this one in Silver Road Community Centre which was completed last year to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee. ๐Ÿ‘‡

Eloise also volunteers at the NNUH where she has had her work displayed. Find more on her Instagram page.