A Scandinavian-inspired music festival is returning to an award-winning Norfolk campsite this weekend. 

From Friday to Sunday, Deepdale Camping in north Norfolk will host its Hygge festival with live musical acts, entertainment and plenty of local pop-ups. 

Hygge is a Danish word that means "a warm and cosy atmosphere" which Deepdale - which won the AA Small Campsite of the Year award last year - has adopted for its annual event, which started in 2017.

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On Friday evening the Deepdale Barn Dance will return, as well as stargazing and appearances from Moon Gazer Ale and The Wood Fired Food Co. 

Saturday will see The Nest open in the courtyard where festival-goers can enjoy breakfast, with activities including wildlife-watching and guided walks throughout the day. 

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The shops and pop-ups of Dalegate Market will be open all day and from 2pm until 11pm, there will be live music in the Brick Barn from artists such as Kitewing, Polly Paulusma and False Colours.

Activities will continue on Sunday with yoga sessions, food from Craft Burger Company and more.

Day tickets and accommodation are available to book on Deepdale's website.