Fair attracts 4,500 people to Pensthorpe Nature Reserve
Around 4,500 visitors have flocked to a gardening, craft and food fair held at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve this weekend.
The two-day event is held at the reserve, near Fakenham, each year with the wonders of Norfolk nature providing a stunning backdrop.
This year there were more than 70 stalls, with top nurseries from around the county setting up to show off their plants.
Exhibitors also showcased a range of local produce, from jewellery to fine Norfolk ales, and there were demonstrations by blacksmiths from Holkham Forge.
Event organiser Kirsty Willingham said: 'It's been a fantastic event and the atmosphere has been incredible.'
Visitors to the event today (Sunday) were also treated to a display of vintage tractors and steam engines.
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