Hundreds turn out for Gressenhall village fete
- Credit: Molly Crisp
Hundreds turned out at a village fete near Dereham which is growing in popularity every year.
It is estimated between 800 and 900 people attended the event at Gressenhall on Saturday.
There were children's races, donkey rides, hay bale racing, egg throwing, wheelbarrow races, stalls and fundraising for various groups.
Live music in the evening came from Gressenhall Choir, Time Machine and Sub Zero.
Molly Crisp, treasurer on Gressenehall Village Fete Committee, which formed in 2012, said: 'It was fantastic.
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'We had hundreds and hundreds of people turn up, with visitors from neighbouring villages and former Gressenhall residents coming back.
'The fete has always been popular but we're seeing more and more people every year.
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'It's good to see the community coming together in this way.'