Lynn stepped back in time on Sunday as a weekend of celebrations marking the Queen’s 90th birthday continued.
Venues around the town played host to a Roaring Twenties-themed event featuring some of the culture and people of the day.
A marquee set up in the Tuesday Market Place featured dancing led by the Ragroof Players, while traditional fairground games were also available.
The dance theme also spread to Baxters’ Plain, where the Bees Knees dance troupe performed and taught people some of the routines of the day.
The town hall gardens were open to visitors, who had the chance to meet costumed characters including the first female mayor of Lynn, Florence Ada Coxon, as well as enjoy craft activities and a display by Raphael Historic Falconry.
And the Lynn Museum featured some of the fashions and hairstyles of the time as well as stories of Ancient Egypt, reflecting the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun by Howard Carter in 1922.
Marketing officer Charlotte Wright said: “The day was a roaring success, with people of all ages joining in the fun.”
There were also celebrations in Ingoldisthorpe, where a committee made up of representatives of many village groups, spent three months organising their Gathering on the Green.
The first 100 people to attend in fancy dress were each given a commemorative medal, meaning there were plenty of costumes on show.
Parish clerk Jennifer Shah said: “It was lovely to see the village come together in such a positive community spirit.”
Meanwhile, more than 200 guests sat down to lunch at St Mary’s Church, South Creake on Sunday following a special service earlier in the day.
The day was organised by the South Creake Community Events Group with support from the parish council, the church and the Plume of Feathers inn.
The pig was provided by local farmer Geoff Allen, while Timescape provided post-lunch entertainment.
Afternoon tea was later served at the Memorial Pavilion, with entertainment from the Coastal Choral.
But the great British weather did its best to dampen spirits in Heacham, where a party on Saturday was moved from the recreation ground to the public hall because of the threat of storms.
Organiser Tracey Swann said: “The weather was very close but there was no rain all afternoon. It’s a shame it had to be moved but we couldn’t ignore the warning.”
Despite the move, it was a jam-packed afternoon of entertainment with music by the Andy Groom Roadshow, table top magic by Mark Daynes and a quiz covering the last 90 years.
That was followed by a Royal birthday tea with a cake decorated with a crown.