Flood warnings have been issued across north Norfolk today as Storm Ciarán hits the region. 

The Environment Agency has so far issued seven flood warnings for Norfolk - including an alert for The River Bure, which will affect towns and villages in north Norfolk. 

The River Bure is the longest rivers on the Norfolk Broads, flowing from Aylsham for 32 miles  (51km), through Coltishall and out to sea at Gorleston.

The Broads Authority has warned of fast-flowing and deep flood water that could put lives at risk, and residents in Aylsham and North Walsham could be affected. 

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Storm Ciarán is expected to bring wind speeds of up to 70mph to East Anglia today.

It has led to some events being cancelled. At Sandringham Estate, while the Royal Parkland remains open - with visitors being urged to keep to the open areas - the children's play area is closed. 

The first night of Wroxham Barns' Low-Bang Fireworks Display tonight has been cancelled. However, Friday's event is still going ahead with added capacity.

Ticket-holders for Thursday have been emailed.