A special Platinum Jubilee coin is being offered to primary school children across West Norfolk to help mark The Queen’s 70 years on the throne.
It has been specially commissioned by the borough council, and will feature both the Jubilee logo and the council’s crest.
Mayor Harry Humphrey said: “The people of our borough have a special association with The Queen thanks to Sandringham House and her many visits across the area. I’m delighted that local primary school children will have a lasting memento of this historic year.”
Coins will be presented to local primary school children during visits to schools by the mayor or borough councillors, and head teachers are being contacted to arrange this.
The first students to receive them were from Greenpark, Whitefriars and Greyfriars Academy.