The region's busiest shopping centre has announced its Christmas plans for the upcoming festive season. 

From October 23, Chantry Place in Norwich will undergo a transformation with Christmas lights, a "twinkling trio of trees" in Chantry Square and Santa's sleigh.  

The centre will also host a line-up of "fantastic" pop-ups and stalls.

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The Calendar Club will be making a return on October 1, with Sense Aroma, Pollyfields and Coco Home joining shortly after. 

Visitors will also be able to shop for longer this Christmas as Chantry Place will stay open an extra hour every Thursday throughout December.

From December 18 to December 23, it will be open until 7pm.

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Paul McCarthy, general manager of Chantry Place, said: "We've had another brilliant year at Chantry Place, with new retailers giving our visitors even more reasons to do their Christmas shopping with us - not to mention all the fantastic restaurants we have to enjoy some festive treats.

"Our Christmas lights provide the perfect backdrop to the festivities, with our sleigh and trees providing some fantastic selfie opportunities.

"We have gifts suitable for everyone, from fashion to beauty, perfume, toys, chocolates, homeware, jewellery and more."