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Daughter recreates fun family snap for father's retirement.

Lucy Hudson recreated the family picture for her dad's retirement. Credit: Lucy Hudson

A police sergeant's daughter has recreated a much-loved family photo especially for her father's retirement from the force.

A picture was taken of Lucy Hudson with her father Terry Stevens when she was a baby during his 'passing out parade'.

Now at the age of thirty, Lucy tried to dress up in a similar outfit and posed with her dad once again.

"We're really proud of him and he's had to carry out duties in lots of difficult situations over the years."

– Lucy Hudson

Sgt Stevens, from Wymondham, who was wearing his original uniform officially retires next month after 30 years service with Norfolk police.

He said he was looking forward to having more time to spend with his family.

"There've been no side effects from picking Lucy up, she's not as heavy as she looks,"

– Sgt Terry Stevens

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"Fairy godmother" sends students to the prom

They shall go to the ball... Credit: ITV News Anglia

When Tracey McManus overheard a girl say she couldn't afford to go to her school prom she turned herself into a modern day fairy godmother to make sure all girls could go to the ball.

Parents can pay up to £500 for their daughters to attend the end-of-school dance as classmates try to out do each other with designer outfits and professional make-overs.

But Tracey has managed to rustle up more than five hundred fabulous frocks for teenagers to pick up for just a few pounds.

Credit: Prom Nation

Prom Nation is holding a pick-a-dress event in Norwich. Money raised will go to Break, the Norfolk based charity for vulnerable children, young people and families.

Watch Natalie Gray's video report:

Southwold Sausage Walk proves a success

If you were a sausage dog on Southwold beach this weekend, you would have been in good company.

The Southwold Sausage Walk took place to raise money for charity.

Between 400 and 500 dogs took part - helping to raise more than £1,300.

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