Families have a chance to meet Norfolk farmers and learn more about their machinery and the food they produce at an event this weekend.

Wroxham Barns is bringing back its "Meet the Farmer" event to offer a fun taste of farming life to young children and their families on May 18 and 19.

Broadland farmers and local agricultural businesses including Ben Burgess, Albert Bartlett, British Sugar and Place UK will be showcasing their vehicles and produce, and talking to children about the importance of British food production.

The charitable event will see huge combine harvesters, tractors, ploughs and other farm machinery set up for the day.

Visitors will be able to take a tractor ride, watch live ploughing demonstrations and see sheep shearing in action.

Director Ian Russell said: "We are thrilled to be able to support Wroxham Bure Valley Rotary Club by hosting this event for the second year.

"After the success of last year, we have something bigger and better, running across two days. It’s an opportunity for young children to get up close to huge farm vehicles - and we will have a field full of them."

Tickets are £5 per person, or free for under-12s.