A man from Downham has gone on trial accused of a series of sex attacks on children over a five-year period.
Darren Wooller, 38, of Railway Road, has denied one count of rape and nine charges of sexual assault against four girls and two boys aged between nine and 11.
The charges date from the period between May 2004 and February 2009.
A jury at Norwich Crown Court was told that he had attacked the children at his home, the home of one of his victims and a caravan in Skegness, Lincolnshire.
Andrew Shaw, prosecuting, said: “They say lightning doesn’t strike twice. It certainly doesn’t strike six times.”
The jury was told that one girl had alleged she and two other girls had slept in a single bed at Wooller’s home and that he carried out assaults in his bedroom.
On another occasion, she claims he had shouted downstairs saying he wanted to tell her something, before carrying out a further attack.
However, Wooller claims none of the alleged incidents took place.
The trial, which is expected to last for three weeks, continues.