One of Norfolk's most popular attractions is on track for a bumper summer after opening a new café.

Carriages has just opened at Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens near Diss following a refurbishment and it is now run by the neighbouring Bressingham Garden Centre.

There are sweet and savoury delights on offer, including jacket potatoes, sausage rolls and scones.

Phillip Rooke, museum curator, said: "It has a bright new interior with a revamped layout and a new menu created by the chef.

"There is also a rejuvenated outside patio area with new plants and foliage, making it a great place to relax and watch the gallopers roundabout spin while listening to the tunes of the organ."

Running this weekend, on July 23 and 24, there will be displays of fire engines by Norfolk Fire Museum and activities for children.

Bressingham Steam and Gardens boasts more than four miles of narrow-gauge steam lines.