Photo gallery: Thousands visit the East Anglian Game and Country Fair at the Norfolk Showground

Dog show at the Game & Country fair at the Norfolk Showground. Photo: Bill Smith

Dog show at the Game & Country fair at the Norfolk Showground. Photo: Bill Smith

Thousands of people are flocking to the East Anglian Game and Country Fair this weekend for its 11th anniversary and what organisers hope will be the biggest yet.

The event has grown year-on-year since it was first hosted at the Norfolk Showground in 2004 and now boasts a packed two-day programme which is expected to attract about 40,000 visitors.

A firm fixture on the calendar for fans of the countryside, the show is also appealing to an increasing number of urban dwellers thanks to its broad range of activities, displays and trade stands.

This year the fair boast numerous new attractions, demonstrations and stands, and activities range from terrier and ferret racing to Christian Moullec's flying display -

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