A flower power fundraising event for a West Norfolk charity has been featured on national television.
The ITV Good Morning Britain cameras this week visited the colourful tulip fields.
The fields have been opened for The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House by tulip grower Mark Eves of Belmont Nurseries, Terrington St Clement, for the Tulips for Tapping.
The sell-out fundraising event ends on Monday and offers a rare opportunity to visit and walk through working tulip fields, located just off the A148, close to the Knight’s Hill roundabout in King’s Lynn.
The ticket-only event sold out last year and attracted 6,000 visitors from all over the UK.
Money raised will help the Hillington hospice provide free end-of-life care and bereavement support to residents living in North and West Norfolk.
The hospice has collaborated with Miffy, the white rabbit character which appears in the popular picture books by Dutch illustrator, Dick Bruna, and Miffy will be visiting the fields on Monday.