Full list of Royal Wedding events in south Norfolk and north Suffolk
South Norfolk and north Suffolk is set to come to a standstill on Friday when the nation celebrates the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
More than two billion people are set to watch the Royal Wedding on television and a host of street parties and events have been organised to mark the big day.
Family fun days, beer festivals, party games and re-enactments are being planned for to mark the wedding and the extra bank holiday.
Here is the full list of royal-themed events in the Mercury area.
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Attleborough: St Mary's Church will be showing the Royal Wedding on a large screen inside the church. Eventgoers are also being asked to bring a picnic to eat in the hall or churchyard after the service. Entrance is free of charge.
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Banham: Royal Wedding party on the Green, from 10.30am. Watch the ceremony live on TV, traditional games, Watton Silver Band and singalong, pony and trap rides, races, competitions, BBQ free tea and coffee.
Bunwell Village Hall: Royal Wedding family fun day from 9.30am including wedding breakfast, high tea, licensed bar, BBQ, fun and games from lunchtime. Big cinema screen showing of the Royal Wedding live. Tickets �2 for adults, children free.
Carleton Rode: The Friends of Carleton Rode Primary School will be staging crafts, games, competitions, and a wedding re-enactment by local children between 1pm and 4pm.
Diss: The Fair Green Neighbourhood Association will be organising a Royal Wedding fun day on the green from 2pm. The day will include entertainment with mini rides from Poz, a free Punch and Judy, children's crown competition, and paint your own pottery. From 4pm, there will be a BBQ and hog roast and the nearby Cock Inn is staging a beer festival and live music in the evening.
Hingham: There will be a Royal Wedding party on Fairland Green from 3pm and around 300 children are expected to attend. There will also be a tea party for the OAPs and a hog roast and music at Lincoln Hall in the evening.
Kenninghall: West Church Street and East Church Street closed from 2pm to 8pm for a street party.
Morningthorpe: Village party at The Barn, Friars Farm, from 2pm.
Mulbarton: Residents living along Wild Radish Close will enjoy a street party from 9am to 11pm.
Mulbarton: Residents at Hanover Gardens will be treated to coffee and biscuits while watching the wedding ceremony followed by a lunch and raffle. In the afternoon residents will test themselves with a Royal-themed quiz, while enjoying tea and cakes. The day will finish with a barbecue. Local residents are welcome to attend.
Starston: The bells of St Margaret's, Starston, will be ringing out from 9.30am. The bells will be rung by the regular Starston ringers with a royal salute followed by a barbecue for ringers and friends.
Tharston: The Street will be closed from 2pm to midnight on April 29 for a Royal Wedding street party.
Wingfield: You can join in with the live celebrations and take the family to Wingfield Barns where the climatic build up, the wedding service and full commentary will be projected onto the big screen from 10am. Admission is free and celebratory refreshments and sandwiches will be available from the coffee shop.
Wymondham: Residents in Church Street and Vicar Street in Wymondham will be staging a series of Royal Wedding events. They will be having a celebratory lunch in the grounds of the historic Abbey from 1.30pm and coordinating a host of party games including an egg and spoon race. They will also be unearthing and adding new items to a time capsule. There will also be a lantern procession from 9pm.