A dairy farm in south Norfolk is opening this weekend for an inside look, food stalls and a makers' market.

Old Hall Farm in Woodton is opening to the public for Open Farm Sunday.

Visitors will be able to see a milking demonstration as well as meet the cows, goats and sheep and tour the farm.

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Food stalls will be at the event serving a barbecue and hog roast, naked cheesecakes, local apple juice and cider.

And there will be a local makers' market with more than 20 stalls including Tindall Brewery and Home Farm Gin.

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A spokeswoman for the event said: "The farm walks and talks are a fantastic way of learning more about our farm and the countryside."

Children can get involved with face painting, meeting the mini donkeys and a scavenger hunt.

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There will also be a display of machinery, farm vehicles and engines.

The farm has a café, shop, butchers and deli that will be open.

Old Hall Farm open day is taking place from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, June 11.

It is £5 per car with the money being given to the Boudicca Appeal.