Your say: How are you enjoying the summer so far?
- Credit: Stuart Anderson
After a cold and wet spring, summer is finally upon us in all its glory.
We asked people in Wroxham and Hoveton how they were enjoying their holiday season so far.
Keisha Doughty, 47, King's Lynn: "We did the high ropes course at Altitude44 in Skegness, and then we also did the high ropes at Holkham Hall. We've also walked alpacas at Wells-next-the-Sea, and done some crazy golf at Hunstanton."
Stuart Doughty, 46, King's Lynn: "I've been doing the garden now that we've had good weather. We've put a new trampoline in.
"We've buried it in the ground so the kids are on the ground so it's not so dangerous.
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"We've also booked a boat at Wroxham so we can go out for a day. We've also been barbecuing, it's just been nice to have some sunny weather."
John Gardiner, 49, Chorley: "We're from up north, Lancashire, and the weather has awful there for the past few weeks and we've been confined to the house.
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"We tend to go to the coast when we can around the Blackpool area, and we've got another holiday planned in a few weeks to Cornwall. This is the first time we've got out anywhere this summer."
Giles Cutting, 51, Hevingham: "I've got a hobby that I do at the weekends, and that's being a gamekeeper.
"I do it for a couple of farms down at Hevingham, I help the farmers out and control the vermin. When the lambs are about you get the foxes come around and you have to control them."
Neil Peddlar, 50, Benfleet: "We've just had a boat out for a few hours and went down the broads, and now we're going out for a bit of lunch.
"It's a big change of pace. It's normally away from all the crowds but this year it's very crowded."
Ruby Peddlar, 14, Benfleet: "It's very peaceful here. We go for walks, and go to the beach. We've got a caravan at Cromer, so we go down to East Runton beach a lot."