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Dogs and Bake-off get the annual Cromer Carnival off to a great start

PUBLISHED: 14:39 12 August 2017 | UPDATED: 14:39 12 August 2017

Cromer Carnival gets under way for another year. Judging the bake-off competition. L-R, Julie Brooks, committee member, Maria Wild, bakery and caking manager at Morrisons, and Cromer Mayor John Frosdick. Picture: David Bale

Cromer Carnival gets under way for another year. Judging the bake-off competition. L-R, Julie Brooks, committee member, Maria Wild, bakery and caking manager at Morrisons, and Cromer Mayor John Frosdick. Picture: David Bale

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It’s the biggest event of the year in Cromer, and hundreds of people are already enjoying the carnival.

Cromer Carnival gets under way for another year. Members of the Norfolk Dog Training Society. Picture: David Bale Cromer Carnival gets under way for another year. Members of the Norfolk Dog Training Society. Picture: David Bale

Cromer has lined up a packed programme of events for this year’s carnival, which started on Saturday, August 12, and continues until Friday, August 18.

Norfolk Dog Training Society has already wowed crowds with its dog agility demonstrations.

Demo organiser Pauline Richardson said: “It went really well and we had a good crowd. This is the first time we’ve been at the carnival. We had about 30 dogs taking part, of all shapes and sizes and different breeds.”

The Great British Cromer Carnival Bake-off has also been judged, with results to follow.

Cromer Carnival gets under way for another year. Picture: David Bale Cromer Carnival gets under way for another year. Picture: David Bale

Cromer Carnival chairman Tony Shipp said it had been a good start to the carnival.

For a full list of events log on to the carnival website - www.cromercarnival.co.uk

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