Norfolk Spring Fling gets off to a soggy start
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The spring fling got off to a soggy start this year at Norfolk Showground.
But that has not stopped thousands of families from attending one of Norfolk's best children's agricultural events.
Despite the misty weather visitors have been enjoying NRAA's fun and educational one-day show as much as ever.
Norfolk children have embraced the chance to get their wellies on and get muddy, however their parents might feel about the clean-up later.
Visitors have the chance to get up close with horses, cows and many other animals, as well as tractors and vintage farm machinery.
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Ticket prices also include a free hog roast or vegetarian option.
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