People organising events to celebrate the King's Coronation in Norfolk are being urged to add them to an interactive map.

Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, will be crowned at Westminster Abbey in London on Saturday, May 6, at the start of three days of celebrations.

Communities are being urged to get into the spirit by organising street parties and other events bringing people together.

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Eastern Daily Press: A map of Norfolk events planned so far for the King's CoronationA map of Norfolk events planned so far for the King's Coronation (Image: HM Govt)

With just over a month to go, more than 20 Norfolk events have already been added to the map, with more in the pipeline.

They include a fun day on Fleece Meadow in Dereham on Saturday, May 6, which includes live streaming of the Coronation, a farmer's market, food stalls, bar and singers.

There will also be a live stream on King Staithe Square in King's Lynn, followed by music and fireworks on May 6.

On Sunday, May 7 there will be a Festival Fit for a King in Gold Park, at Mundesley, with a big lunch, free funfair and live music.

Eastern Daily Press: King Charles III is being crowned on Saturday, May 6King Charles III is being crowned on Saturday, May 6 (Image: PA)

Foden's band will be performing a special coronation concert at The Halls on St Andrew's Plain in Norwich on May 7 (3pm).

Terrington St Clement Parish Church is hosting a fun day after an informal family service on May 7 (10am).

There will also be street parties taking place under the Big Lunch banner over the weekend. 

This year's Royal Norfolk Show will also be hosting a special tribute to the county's community champions on June 28 and 29.

Events can be added to the map on the government's Coronation website.

Culture secretary Lucy Frazer said: "Our interactive map will help you find activities, events and celebrations nearby. Whether you’re hosting a street party, planning a big lunch, a screening or an activity for the Big Help Out, we want to hear from you."