Have a right royal trip out as a much-loved market is returning for a special edition over the coronation bank holiday weekend.

Local Makers Market, which runs events in both Norfolk and London, is running the Coronation Celebration Market at The Forum on Saturday, May 6 from 10am until 4pm.

There is free entry and the first 50 customers on the day will receive a free tote bag too.

READ MORE: New event combining painting and cocktails launches in Norwich 

More than 40 local makers will be taking part and the items will include ceramics, textiles, jewellery, prints, homewares and cakes.

Eastern Daily Press: Youngsters can make their own coronation crowns for free Youngsters can make their own coronation crowns for free (Image: Local Makers Market)

The free children's crafts area offers the chance for youngsters to get creative and make coronation crowns.

READ MORE: Sample sale with 50 stalls heading to Shoe Factory Norwich

Rosie Nolan, who runs Local Makers Market events, said: "It promises to be a fantastic family day out with something for everyone.

"We are proud to support local craftspeople and encourage our community to shop small."

She is also holding the Samples and Seconds Sale over the weekend of April 29 and 30 from 10am to 4pm at the Shoe Factory Social Club in Norwich.