People across West Norfolk are being challenged to give up their car for one day this autumn.
They are being asked to pick a greener transport option on Sunday 25 September as part of an international campaign.
Anyone who wants a temporary street closure can apply to the county council for one free of charge if it is for that day.
The council is suggesting creating a Play Street for the day where communities can mingle outside their homes.
Martin Wilby, the county councillor responsible for highways and infrastructure said: “As life returns to normal and this being our first summer without restrictions, we hope that this year’s Car-Free Day will be the best one yet with more people signing up to close their streets for the day to get together and spend time with neighbours. This day helps us in our aims of reducing air pollution and congestion on our roads and helps us to promote sustainable transport and encourage our communities to live active and healthy lives.”
You can apply for a licence for a Play Street by clicking here