After a four-week delay, visitors can finally snap pictures and pick stems as a popular pick-your-own sunflower field reopens for the second year. 

You can now explore a 10-acre sea of yellow at Westgate Farm in Great Walsingham, near Wells-next-the-Sea. 

It is open from 10am to 4pm from September 1 to 3, 11am to 4pm on September 4 and 10am to 4pm September 5 to 7, with the opening times after that yet to be announced. 

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The arable farm is run by couple Sophie Ollerenshaw and Michael Landale and they had to redrill their sunflowers for a second time in July due to a combination of the bad weather, hares and pigeons.

Eastern Daily Press: Pick your own sunflowers at Westgate Farm in Great Walsingham Picture: Michael LandalePick your own sunflowers at Westgate Farm in Great Walsingham Picture: Michael Landale (Image: Michael Landale)

Ms Ollerenshaw said: "We are so excited - it was a risk drilling so late but it looks like good weather next week and we are looking forward to seeing everyone again."

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Entry costs £5pp including five sunflowers to take home or £12pp for all you can carry, with card payment only, and you need to bring secateurs.

Children aged 12 and under can enter for free and it is 50p for every sunflower they pick. 

Picnics are welcome and there will be ice creams available on the opening weekend, with free parking and dogs allowed on leads. 

The postcode is NR22 6DY and it is located on Edgar Road on the corner by the crossroads with Wells Road and Westgate in Great Walsingham.