Traffic easing on day two of the Royal Norfolk Show
- Credit: Brittany Woodman
Traffic has eased as the county celebrates the second day of the Royal Norfolk Show.
Tens of thousands of visitors flocked to the Norfolk Showground yesterday as the agricultural event made its much-anticipated return.
Heavy queues were forming on the A47 from North Tuddenham heading towards the city - with earlier delays reported to be about 15 minutes long.
There were queues in Easton and in the A47, heading westbound, there are stoppages at exit for the slip road to the Norfolk Showground.
Traffic was also said to be slow on the A11 from Wymondham and in Drayton Road in Hellesdon heading into the city.
On Wednesday, car parks were at 90-95pc capacity and while no attendance figures have been confirmed, it is expected that the two-day total will be about 90,000.
A spokesman said: "It was a very busy Wednesday."
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Other festivities included stunts from the Bolddogs Lings Motorcycle Display Team and a show jumping trial before the Norfolk Showground joined together for the first of two Royal salutes commemorating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
And organisers praised Princess Anne’s visit as “the icing on the cake”.
Her Royal Highness spoke with show stewards and individuals from nearby stalls, including Eoghan Cameron, chair of the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
Keep up to date with traffic updates across the day from the Royal Norfolk Show.