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How have you been making the most of the Easter Monday sun? Send us your photos and words

11:15 22 April 2014

Sheringham Play Park Revamp committee member Rebecca Fish, who sported bunny ears and face paint at the town's Easter parade. Photo: Karen Bethell

Sheringham Play Park Revamp committee member Rebecca Fish, who sported bunny ears and face paint at the town's Easter parade. Photo: Karen Bethell

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We were told it would rain - but families across the region were handed a bonus day of superb sunshine today - and we want to know how you made the most of it.

The annual Raveningham Folk day and Easter egg hunt.The annual Raveningham Folk day and Easter egg hunt.

The long Easter weekend ended in perfect fashion as the wet weather held off and the heat of the sun burst through.

And across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire that meant thousands of people heading out to enjoy some of our many attractions.

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Whether it was a trip to the beach, the Broads, your favourite walk, a few hours at your favoured family hang-out or simply a trip to the nearest beer garden - we’d like you to share with us details of what you got up to.

The best photos will be used in tomorrow’s newspapers.

Send us pictures and details to newsdesk@archant.co.uk, tweet us at @edp24 or @eveningnews or log on to www.iwitness24.co.uk to upload straight away.

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