Let’s Rock Norwich! 2017: Festival proves fun for the whole family

Sue Locke, from Norwich, with her grandchildren Henry Locke, nine, and Harriet Locke, 11, enjoying L

Sue Locke, from Norwich, with her grandchildren Henry Locke, nine, and Harriet Locke, 11, enjoying Let's Rock Norwich! Picture: Sophie Wyllie - Credit: SOPHIE WYLLIE

Children and teenagers are enjoying bikes, circus skills and bouncy castle fun at the sell-out Let's Rock Norwich! festival.

Emma Stephens, 18, from Bath, at Let's Rock Norwich! Picture: Sophie Wyllie

Emma Stephens, 18, from Bath, at Let's Rock Norwich! Picture: Sophie Wyllie - Credit: SOPHIE WYLLIE

Sue Locke, 64, from Norwich, was at the festival with her family including two grandchildren who enjoyed the circus skills activities.

Ms Locke, who is retired, said: 'We are having a fabulous time. There is so much to keep the children interested.

'They love the music but they also love the extra activities. It is something they can participate in and gives them a feeling of being included in the festival. It is great for everybody.'

She added the Let's Rock Norwich! event had something for everyone and brought people together.

Nick Chapman, from Hethersett, with his children Bettie, four, (left) and Isla, five, at Let's Rock

Nick Chapman, from Hethersett, with his children Bettie, four, (left) and Isla, five, at Let's Rock Norwich! Picture: Sophie Wyllie - Credit: SOPHIE WYLLIE

'We need more things like this in Norwich to give families the chance to enjoy music and have fun. I'm having fun.'

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Teacher Nick Chapman, from Hethersett, was also in the circus skills tent with his two daughters Isla, five, and Bettie, four.

The 37-year-old said: 'We are enjoying it so far. The children are loving the activities.'

Student Emma Stephens, 18, from Bath, was enjoying the festival with her family.

She said: 'It is a really fun day out. It is good for kids. There are also some amazing costumes here today.'

She also praised Norwich as a city.

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