Is this the biggest screen in Norfolk playing the England game?
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Thousands across the region will be glued to their screens for England's World Cup quarter final, but could a screen in King's Lynn be the biggest of them all?
A national banger racing event is taking place at the Adrian Flux Arena on Saturday at 5.30pm and the venue has taken the decision to open its doors early for the eagerly anticipated England vs Sweden match.
The game will be played on the arena's huge big screen, with punters invited to come and watch the game in the grandstand, free of charge.
After the match the meeting will begin, with a 1500cc qualifying round for the national championships, supported by Micro Bangers and Junior Bangers in a UK qualifying round.
King's Lynn's Kieran Bowman will be in action in both the 150cc and the Micro Bangers.
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Tickets can be bought on the day and are priced at £16 for adults, £13 for OAPs, £6 for 12 to 15-year-olds and children up to 11 go free.
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