Will you be up at in time to dance up the dawn to celebrate May Day?

The King's Morris dancing up the dawn on May Day, in the middle of the Knights's Hill roundabout in

The King's Morris dancing up the dawn on May Day, in the middle of the Knights's Hill roundabout in King's Lynn. Pictured are (L) Tony Bellars and Ian Stinton. Picture: Ian Burt

Believe it or not, one group of hardy souls will be braving the chill pre-sunrise to kick off their traditional May Day celebrations.

The King's Morris will be dancing up the dawn at 5am on Knight's Hill roundabout, on the outskirts of King's Lynn.

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Afterwards, they will perform traditional dances in the Saturday Market Place, before parading through town with the May Garland, accompanied by blasts on cow horns.

So will you be up first thing to welcome May Day - or will you be celebrating with a Bank Holiday lie-in?

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