Flagging: Should more shops, bars and homes show England support?

PUBLISHED: 14:44 04 July 2018 | UPDATED: 14:44 04 July 2018

Prince of Wales bar. Photo: Beverly Devakishen

Prince of Wales bar. Photo: Beverly Devakishen

Beverly Devakishen

With the World Cup hotting up, some shops and pubs in Norwich have been showing their support for England by displaying the St George flag in their windows.

Bar and Beyond. Photo: Beverly DevakishenBar and Beyond. Photo: Beverly Devakishen

Others have gone for a red-and-white theme, while market stalls are selling plenty of Three Lions paraphernalia.

But the city centre is not yet a riot of red and white.

Perhaps it’s time to get the bunting and flags out and back the boys?

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SportsDirect in intu Chapelfield. Photo: Beverly DevakishenSportsDirect in intu Chapelfield. Photo: Beverly Devakishen

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