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They were times when sabre-tooth cats prowled the plains and our distant ancestors eked out an existence as hunter gatherers.

Cromer Carnival got off to a successful start on Saturday, with blue skies and sunshine bringing out crowds in their hundreds for a day of attractions ranging from a dog show and a craft fair, to a bake-off competition and a car boot sale.

From its small beginnings 50 years ago as a community celebration featuring just a handful of attractions, Cromer Carnival has grown to become one of the biggest events of its kind in the region, attracting around 40,000 people from all over the country every year.

A husband and wife from Blakeney are on the hunt to find the missing pictures of 22 casualties of the First World War.

A former RAF station was brought to life with the opening of a new heritage centre in north Norfolk.


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