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ACROSS

1 Ma­gi­cian Paul … and Deb­bie McGee met in Yarmouth (7)

4 The colon­nade in the Mar­ble Hall of Holkham Hall was copied from that of the Tem­ple of For­tuna Vir­ilis in … (4)

7 Red Fal­staff, Har­ling Hero and Nor­folk Beauty are Nor­folk va­ri­eties of this fruit (5)

9 In 2016, the Prince … and the Duchess of Corn­wall vis­ited the Royal Nor­folk Show (2, 5)

10 In 1537, … Lynn was re­named King’s Lynn (6’1)

11 Dan Whitby of the Lings Bold­dog dis­play team, Har­leston, starred along­side Matt Le­Blanc as a stunt rider in Top … (4)

14 Joe Crowley, who was ed­u­cated at Hewett School, is a rov­ing re­porter for … Show (3, 3)

15 Nor­folk’s Lord Nel­son was buried in St Paul’s Cathe­dral with a mar­ble sar­coph­a­gus that was orig­i­nally made for Car­di­nal … of Suf­folk (6)

18 John Aylmer from Nor­folk was tu­tor to … Jane Grey (4)

20 Even way churned river? (7)

23 Town, founded by An­glo Saxon thegn called Aegel, that was in mod­ern times a found­ing town of the Cit­taslow move­ment (7)

24 The world’s big­gest … mill was built at King’s Lynn ear­lier this cen­tury (5)

25 Ac­tion on … is a char­ity based in Nor­folk (4)

26 A me­dieval ... pond (or tan­ning pit) was dis­cov­ered in Cor­pusty dur­ing an ex­ca­va­tion by the Nor­folk Ar­chae­o­log­i­cal Unit in 2001 (7)

DOWN

1 The Fes­ti­val of the … will bring its

The Dark Car­ni­val show to Nor­wich this Novem­ber (4)

2 In 1990, the re­mains of a Steppe Mammoth, Mam­muthus Tro­gontherii, the largest species of … ever to have lived, were dis­cov­ered at West Run­ton (8)

3 A film ver­sion of Oliver Gold­smith’s

She … To Con­quer was filmed by Capriol Films at Wive­ton Hall (6)

4 Noisy ar­gu­ments pro­duce Yarmouth streets? (4)

5 A. A. …: His Life, au­to­bi­og­ra­phy of a fa­mous chil­dren’s au­thor by Ann Th­waite, writer who moved to Nor­folk (5)

6 Birds that were extinct in Eng­land un­til the mid­dle of the 20th cen­tury that are now vis­it­ing Nor­folk whilst on mi­gra­tion to Africa (7)

8 Thomas …, Thet­ford man whose

Com­mon Sense pam­phlets were read aloud to Amer­i­can troops dur­ing the Amer­i­can Rev­o­lu­tion (5)

12 Has malt de­vel­oped into a lo­cal town? (7)

13 Nor­folk wood that sounds like a sweet food con­tainer but that was ac­tu­ally named after the me­dieval words for a sewage dump! (8)

16 This Novem­ber 14, the Ben­jamin Foun­da­tion would like peo­ple to chal­lenge them­selves to a night’s … Out at Car­row Road in aid of youth home­less­ness (5)

17 David Fisher of Dere­ham has writ­ten for the … House of Horror TV series (6)

19 … Smith is a joint ma­jor­ity share­holder at Nor­wich City FC (5)

21 … My Coun­try Calls, motto of the 2620 Squadron RAuxAF Reg­i­ment that is based at RAF Marham (4)

22 North­ern pool …, rare am­phib­ian that was rein­tro­duced to Eng­land in 2005 at a se­cret Nor­folk lo­ca­tion (4)

SIM­PLE CLUES

ACROSS

1 Paul …, late Eng­lish ma­gi­cian and TV pre­sen­ter who had his own BBC magic show 1979-94 (7)

4 Cap­i­tal city of Italy (4)

7 Round fruit with thin green or red skin (5)

9 Prince Charles is the longest­serv­ing Prince … in his­tory (2, 5)

10 Chess pieces (7)

11 Set of con­nect­ing wheels with teeth that changes en­gine power into move­ment (4)

14 … Show, BBC live mag­a­zine and chat show pro­gramme fea­tur­ing top­i­cal sto­ries (3, 3)

15 Car­di­nal …, Eng­lish arch­bishop who fell from grace when he failed to se­cure Henry VIII’s di­vorce from Cather­ine of Aragon (6)

18 Po­lite or for­mal way of re­fer­ring to a woman (4)

20 River that forms part of the bound­ary be­tween Nor­folk and Suf­folk (7)

23 Mar­ket town on the Bure (7)

24 Ma­te­rial used for writ­ing or draw­ing on (5)

25 Highly un­pleas­ant sen­sa­tion caused by in­jury or ill­ness (4)

26 Ana­gram of ‘grit net’; or soak­ing flax in wa­ter to soften it (7)

DOWN

1 Not alive (4)

2 Very large mam­mal, with a trunk, that lives in Africa or Asia (8)

3 Walks with head and shoul­ders bent for­ward and down­ward (6)

4 Series of things ar­ranged in straight lines (4)

5 A.A. …, cre­ator of Win­nie the Pooh (5)

6 Large dark brown and white fisheat­ing birds (7)

8 Ana­gram of ‘ape in’ (5)

12 Ing­ham is near this town (7)

13 Con­tainer that Win­nie the Pooh might like? (5, 3)

16 Nat­u­ral state where you are un­con­scious and rest­ing for a while (5)

17 Tool used for forc­ing nails into wood (6)

19 … Smith, fa­mous chef (5)

21 At what time or in what sit­u­a­tion (4)

22 Am­phib­ian that jumps (4)

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