A city shop is celebrating its silver anniversary with a special event featuring food and drink, live music and more.

The Jade Tree, an art shop in Elm Hill, is turning 25 this year and will be hosting the event to mark the occasion on Sunday, June 11.

Food and drink will be supplied by the Britons Arms and there will be live music from Norwich guitarist Peter Turrell.

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The Jade Tree, established in 1998 by three friends, is an artist cooperative that stocks and sells the work of more than 60 local artists and craftspeople.

Co-founder Tamara Rampley said: "It feels like a real achievement to have survived and thrived for so long."

"We pride ourselves on knowing personally where everything we sell comes from," said Anne-Mette Christensen, whose work includes hand-knitted items ranging from scarves and gloves to mobile phone cases made from alpaca wool.

Partner Rachel Donald, who creates hand-painted bird reliefs and handwoven wreaths, added: "There’s nothing quite like it - I’m inspired every time I step through the door."