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Norwich Evening News

The Norwich Evening News – commonly referred to as simply the Evening News – is an evening tabloid newspaper sold from Monday to Saturday in Norwich and the surrounding parts of eastern Norfolk, including the towns of Aylsham and North Walsham to the north, Dereham to the west, Attleborough and Loddon to the south, and Great Yarmouth to the east.

It was founded in 1882 as The Evening News. After just six weeks it was renamed the Eastern Evening News, but reverted to the original name in 1991. It became the Norwich Evening News in 2005.

It’s published by Archant Norfolk, a branch of the Norwich-based Archant media group’s newspaper Archant Anglia division. The company was founded in Norwich in 1845 and was known as Eastern Counties Newspapers until 2002.

The editorial offices are in Archant’s headquarters building in Rouen Road to the south of Norwich city centre.

There’s a companion freesheet, the Norwich Advertiser.

An e-edition’s available by paid subscription.

  • Address:
  • Norwich Evening News
    Prospect House
    Rouen Road

    NR1 1RE
  • Tel:
  • 01603 628311
  • Fax:
  • 01603 219060