The owners of one of Norfolk's most remote pubs are set to stand trial over two static caravans being stored on the Broads site.

Raymond Hollocks and his son William Hollocks are being prosecuted by the Broads Authority (BA) over a long-running saga involving caravans on the site of the Beauchamps Arms pub in Langley.

The father and son, 70 and 31, both denied a charge of failing to comply with enforcement notices served by the authority at Norwich Magistrates' Court.

The notices relate to the storing of two static caravans on the land and the use of them for residential purposes.

The notice was served on December 29, 2021, with the BA ordering the use to be ceased by April 29, 2022.

Both men entered pleas of not guilty, with William Hollocks entering a third not guilty plea on behalf of Carlton St Peter Properties Ltd, a company he is a director of which was also charged.

Magistrates accepted jurisdiction over the case, however, the men requested the matter be dealt with at Norwich Crown Court.

The case was adjourned until next month.