It's that time of the year again!

There are now less than two months until Norfolk Day - the annual celebration of all that is great about our county.

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This year sees the event - on Thursday July 27 - celebrates its sixth birthday and the Eastern Daily Press is proud to back Norfolk Day once more.

EDP deputy editor Ian Clarke said: “We are delighted to announce the sixth Norfolk Day and it's great to be celebrating once more.

"Even during the pandemic thousands of people found a way to do something to toast our fantastic county and we're sure it will be the same this year.

"Over the past few years, we've seen so many examples of communities coming together, despite the constraints being placed upon them.

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"We're looking forward to hearing what is in store - whether it's a back garden barbecue, pub celebration, street party and this really is a fantastic opportunity to get together with loved ones and have a great time."

Among the events we're already aware of is the recently-formed Attleborough Retail Group which is planning celebrating Norfolk Day in the town with a craft market and other activities in Queens Square.

First Bus is celebrating by asking people for memories about Norfolk and what they love about living in the county.

It can be anything about your favourite place, person, or just simply views of Norfolk.

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First will collate these alongside some other historical pieces and submissions from staff to create a community display.

Anyone who wants to get involved can send us a picture and your words to The deadline for submissions is Friday June 16.

BBC Radio Norfolk is again partnering the EDP and has a theme of "Challenge Norfolk," which has been inspired by Malcolm Metcalf from Gorleston, who is trying to achieve 90 challenges in his 90th year.Eastern Daily Press: Norfolk Day is celebrating Nelson's County


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