Royalty led the charge at annual fun run and picnic in north Norfolk
- Credit: Diocese of Norwich.
Royalty led the charge as hundreds of runners, walkers and families attended an annual event in north Norfolk.
The eighth archdeacon's charge and family picnic is organised by the Diocese of Norwich in support of the East Anglian Air Ambulance and local churches.
It was created by the Venerable John Ashe, Archdeacon of Lynn, whose wife's life was saved by the air ambulance following a serious car accident.
A spokesman for the event, which was held on Bank Holiday Monday, said: 'This year was particularly special as the event took place in the beautiful grounds of Wolterton Hall, thanks to the generosity of owners, Peter Sheppard and Keith Day.
'Crowds were also delighted to welcome royal patrons, the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, who arrived in a helicopter.'
You may also want to watch:
There was also a large picnic village area, and EAAA's Anglia One also made a special appearance.
- 1 The areas where Covid rates have fallen the fastest since lockdown began
- 2 'Small number' of staff at town's Tesco test positive for Covid-19
- 3 ‘I cried so much’ - Mum-of-four on impact of whole family having Covid
- 4 Norwich Debenhams looks doomed as Boohoo to buy brand
- 5 Bus crashes into lorry in Norwich
- 6 'We're all shocked' - Butchers shop attacked by vandals
- 7 Shock as cannabis factory found in quiet Broads' village
- 8 Body discovered in Thetford Forest Park
- 9 Norwich hairdresser, former boxer and bodybuilder, dies from Covid
- 10 Pretty thatched cafe on Broads up for sale for £75,000