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A Second World War hurricane will do a flyby at this Norfolk country fair

PUBLISHED: 15:38 09 May 2019 | UPDATED: 15:38 09 May 2019

A Hawker Hurricane. The legendary fighter jet inflicted even more losses to the Luftwaffe than its more famous contemporary, the Spitfire. A Hurricane flypast will be one of the highlights of the 2019 North Norfolk Country Fair. Picture: PUBLIC DOMAIN

A Hawker Hurricane. The legendary fighter jet inflicted even more losses to the Luftwaffe than its more famous contemporary, the Spitfire. A Hurricane flypast will be one of the highlights of the 2019 North Norfolk Country Fair. Picture: PUBLIC DOMAIN

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A flypast by a Hurricane will be just one of the highlights of the upcoming North Norfolk Country Fair.

An example of the fighter plane famous for its role in the Battle of Britain will feature on Sunday, May 26 at the event, which is also on the following Monday.

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Other attractions will include a dog and duck show, falconry display, ferret racing, hunt hounds and live music from the Cromer and Sheringham Brass band, Blakeney Old Wild Rovers and Riffdusters.

A fun dog show and canine agility demonstrations will be there as well and visitors will be able to try their skills at archery and on a climbing wall.

There will also be classic cars and military vehicles, a car boot sale, arts and crafts displays and stalls selling everything from clothes to cabbages.

The fair takes place 10am-4pm both days at the George Weston Community Field, Weyboure. Entry is £4 and under 15s go free.


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