A group of peripatetic peahens which have been roaming around a Sheringham suburb for days, giving people’s gardens an exotic flourish, are set to be rehoused tomorrow (Thursday).

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The birds - whose collective name is a muster - first made its home in Snaefell Park and Cowslip Lane more than 10 days ago.

A Norfolk police spokesman said that their rightful owner had not yet come forward to claim the peahens and that the plan is to rehouse them at the Seal and Bird Rescue Trust in Ridlington, near North Walsham, tomorrow.

● Anyone with information should contact PC Emma Sargeant at Norfolk police by calling 101 or email sargeante@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.

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