Video update: Crowds enjoy high flying fun at Cromer carnival’s family day
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High flying stunts wowed the crowd at Cromer Carnival today when a parachute display team dropped in on the fun.
The Princess of Wales Freefall Parachute team fluttered through the perfect blue sky and swooped into the main arena to the delight of excited onlookers.
Huge crowds poured into the town to enjoy a host of arena events during the family fun day, including displays by the East Anglian Working Newfoundland Dogs, Marlene's School of Dance and the Woodforde's horse and dray, featuring Herbie the shire horse.
The Romford Drum and Trumpet Corp also got the crowd going with their musical show, which saw members of the audience join them as they marched into and around the arena.
The fun continues tomorrow with aerial acrobatics from The Wildcats and The Blades and the popular carnival parade, which sets off at 7pm.