Thousands of people came out to line the streets of Dereham to enjoy a colourful Carnival.
Every last detail is being fine-tuned to ensure Dereham Carnival this Sunday is a celebration to remember.
The final stitches are being put in place to turn a market town into a wonderfully woolly spectacle for its annual carnival.
The mother of a young girl who suffered a panic attack at the Little Mix concert in Newmarket has said she is “beyond grateful” to two Dereham heroes who came to her aid.
Nifty knitters who are busily crafting for the Dereham Carnival are being asked to drop off their woolly creations at the town council offices.
They came in all shapes and sizes and from pedigree to crossbreed to vie for coveted rosettes at the second Dereham Carnival Dog Show.
When you think of a Carnival most people will think of the parade and Dereham’s Carnival team want their parade this year to be bigger, louder and better than ever.
A fund-raising campaign to make Dereham a Christmas destination has received a “phenomenal” response, say the organisers, bringing in over £6,000 in its first two months.
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