Can you spot yourself in our Royal Norfolk Show Ball gallery?
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A glittering array of guests were transported back to the jazz age for a glamorous evening of food, music and fun in aid of Norfolk cancer charity Big C.
This year's Norfolk Show Ball, at Norfolk Showground, is hoped to have raised tens of thousands of pounds for vital funds towards a new Big C Support and Information centre which will be located in central Norwich.
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Dr Chris Bushby, chief executive at Big C, said: 'We never cease to be amazed by the generosity of our local corporate supporters.'
Norfolk businesses and individuals have donated prizes and items to support the evening, which includes an auction and a 'heads and tails' competition, with a Sonkai pearl earring worth £1,500 as the grand prize.
The event is a precursor to the Royal Norfolk Show, which will be held next week at the Showground.
To learn more about the work Big C does, visit www.big-c.co.uk