It's all looking good for next week's Sandringham Flower Show, and the organizers say they can't wait to see a bumper crowd back enjoying a day out in the royal parkland after the two-year break.
The marquees are in place, and the next few days will see finishing touches put to the showground, ready for Wednesday's event.
Show chairman, David Reeve, said this week: "We have a full program of ring events, numerous and variable trade stands, and, of course, the star attraction being the traditional visit by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall."
Sandringham Show with Prince Charles and Camilla in attendance
They will arrive at around 11 am and spend time meeting exhibitors, checking out the entries in the flower and produce classes, and then strolling through avenues of well-wishers to visit some of the charity stands and pop into the local Women's Institute and the schools' tents.
The main arena program will start at 11.15 am and will include a gundog display, the Bolddog Lings motorcycle display team, a World War 1 Cavalry of Heroes parade, Norwich Pipe Band, and The Lamb National.
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