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It was cheers all round when a West Norfolk community-backed pub held its annual beer festival.

Beer, cider, gin, music and food was on the menu at The King’s Arms and on the green in Shouldham from last Friday to Sunday.

Hundreds of glasses were raised at the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) award-winning pub, which was pulled back from the brink of closure after a major community effort.

Marquees had been installed on the green and straw bales had been brought in for seats.

Some owners of classic cars and motorbikes took their vehicles and machines along for visitors to see.

Barrels of beer had been sponsored by a number of West Norfolk businesses, including Your Local Paper.

King’s Arms landlord Ian Skinner said: “We had more of everything, a bigger gin palace, more live bands, more beer and more enjoyment.”

He thanked everyone who had helped in anyway to make the festival such a success.

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