Our local photo sharing plaftorm iwitness24 relaunches giving users the chance to share news, photos and videos

John Appleton submitted this clever photograph of a an iwitness24 cleaner.

John Appleton submitted this clever photograph of a an iwitness24 cleaner. - Credit: citizenside.com

iwitness24 has had a makeover and our new and improved website is now LIVE.

Newly designed iwitness24 Norfolk homepage. Photo from www.iwitness24.co.uk

Newly designed iwitness24 Norfolk homepage. Photo from www.iwitness24.co.uk - Credit: www.iwitness24.co.uk

Whether you're at a local event, capture a beautiful landscape or perhaps you spot something when you're out and about that you think could make a news story, we're inviting everyone to share their photos with us.

Photo previously submitted to iwitness24 of star trails taken at St Marys at Erpingham. Photo by Roy

Photo previously submitted to iwitness24 of star trails taken at St Marys at Erpingham. Photo by Roy Howarth. - Credit: citizenside.com

Over the years we've grown a real community of amateur photographers who regularly take part in our weekly photograph competitions and contribute to our newspapers on a daily basis, but we're always looking for more to join the mix.

Photo previously uploaded to iwitness24 of Cathedral Cloisters in Norwich. Photo by Martin Seuneke.

Photo previously uploaded to iwitness24 of Cathedral Cloisters in Norwich. Photo by Martin Seuneke. - Credit: citizenside.com

We'd like to thank everyone who has submitted photographs to iwitness24 so far and hope you'll continue to share your talent with the us and the rest of Norfolk and Waveney. To our new members, welcome! We can't wait to see what you've got in store for us.

Photograph previously uploaded to iwitness24 of cattle on a cold Bungay Common. Photo by Jackie Moor

Photograph previously uploaded to iwitness24 of cattle on a cold Bungay Common. Photo by Jackie Moore. - Credit: citizenside.com

Join iwitness24and follow us at iwitness24Norfolk on Facebook and @iwitness24norfk on Twitter.


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