PHOTO GALLERY: James Bond autogyro, birds of prey and Korean marshal arts on show at Necton fete, near Swaffham

Birds of prey, Korean marshal arts and an autogyro that starred in a memorable scene from a James Bond film added to the fun at Necton's annual fete.

Crowds enjoyed the unusally-fine summer weather at the Olympic-themed event, organised by All Saints Church and Necton Rural Community Centre.

Little runner Josh Dearey passed a mocked-up Olympic torch to vicar Stephen Thorp, giving him the prompt to open the fete on Saturday July 21.

Wing Commander Ken Wallis provided a touch of movie magic, talking to villagers about his autogyro Little Nellie, which appeared in You Only Live Twice.

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