Seven reader photos capturing some of Norfolk’s most loved towns and villages

Sunset and high tide at Wells next the sea. Photo: Paul Reynolds

Sunset and high tide at Wells next the sea. Photo: Paul Reynolds - Credit: Paul Reynolds

Here is a collection of some of your finest photographs from some of Norfolk's best-loved towns and villages.

Nipped down the fen again this afternoon to watch the swallowtails. Photo: David Brooker

Nipped down the fen again this afternoon to watch the swallowtails. Photo: David Brooker - Credit: David Brooker

From Dereham, the heart of Norfolk, to the quaint rural market towns of Fakenham and Reepham to the simply stunning coastal community of Wells and the wonderful villages in between, these places have so much going for them.

We want you to help us capture that beauty on camera to share with our readers.

Each week we will compile a gallery of some of your brilliant snaps from these areas.

Blickling Hall and it’s wonderful wisteria tonight. Photo: Julie Frost

Blickling Hall and it’s wonderful wisteria tonight. Photo: Julie Frost - Credit: Julie Frost

To upload your pictures, just log on to our site www.iwitness24.co.uk and follow the step by step instructions.


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Enjoying the sunshine on the river bank at Welney. Photo: Simon Bamber

Enjoying the sunshine on the river bank at Welney. Photo: Simon Bamber - Credit: Simon Bamber

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Pied wagtail skimming for insects over the millpond. Photo: Hilary Gostling

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Seen at Titchwell Reserve. Photo: Stephanie Thompson

Seen at Titchwell Reserve. Photo: Stephanie Thompson - Credit: Stephanie Thompson

The car park and marshes at Morston Quay are underwater on a very high tide. Photo: Martin Sizeland

The car park and marshes at Morston Quay are underwater on a very high tide. Photo: Martin Sizeland - Credit: Martin Sizeland

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