Thousands of people have attended one of East Anglia's biggest annual shows which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. 

The weekend-long East Anglian Game and Country Fair took place at the Euston Estate near Thetford and has attracted visitors from across the region despite the drizzly weather.

Among the activities enjoyed were more than 350 shopping stands, pony rides, a traditional fun fair and a food and drink hall.

Eastern Daily Press: There are more than 350 shopping stands for visitors to peruseThere are more than 350 shopping stands for visitors to peruse (Image: Steve Adams)

Visitors were also invited to "have a go" at country sports ranging from clay shooting to archery and axe-throwing, while dogs could enter the pet dog show or jump in the K9 Aqua Sports pool.

Show director Tracey Grand previously said the show's enduring success was down to the "passion, creativity and determination" of the team which runs it.

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"We are always striving for new opportunities, always pushing to do more, to bring new people to the event, new attractions, new suppliers," she said.

Eastern Daily Press: There are many activities for visitors to take part inThere are many activities for visitors to take part in (Image: Steve Adams)

"We try to cater for every age, every background, every interest. We try to make sure there is something for everyone."

Since 2017, the show has taken place in the picturesque country setting of the Duke and Duchess of Grafton's estate at Euston - which has helped encourage more visitors from Suffolk and London.