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Russell Martin tells Becky Jago all the about the birth of his new son

Norwich City captain Russell Martin has been telling ITV News Anglia's Becky Jago all about his 250-mile dash from Liverpool to be at the birth of his son.

He saw the birth and made it back to Liverpool in time to score the vital equaliser in the Canaries' Premier League match against Liverpool on Sunday.


What a way to wet the baby's head! Norwich skipper celebrates son's birth with goal at Anfield

Russell Martin celebrates his goal at Anfield Credit: PA

It was a day to remember for Norwich City's Russell Martin.

The Canaries skipper scored his side's leveller in a 1-1 all draw at Liverpool, but, as his big brother revealed, there was more to the moment than met the eye.

He'd flown up to Anfield this morning after driving home yesterday in time for the birth of his son!


Getting a pizza of the Royal celebrations

A pizza company in Peterborough has marked the celebrations of the Queen becoming the country's longest reigning monarch by designing a pizza in her honour

The pizza is called Lizzie's Great Big British Reign. Shop owner Antonio Scibelli said

Lizzie's Great Big British Reign pizza Credit: ITV News Anglia

“I do hope if the Queen sees our pizza she will give it the thumbs up and should she want one making especially for her we will be most pleased to do so.”

– Antonio Scibelli

Alfie's summer challenge raises £2,250 for charity

8-year-old Alfie McCreadie Credit: Alfie's family

An 8-year old boy from Ely has raised £2,250 for charity by walking for twenty minutes a day through the whole of his summer holidays.

Alfie McCreadie came up with the idea after being bullied about his weight.

He decided he wanted to raise money for Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.

84 people turned up for Alfie's final 20 minute walk at the weekend in Ely.

"It was quite a spectacular site seeing all these people young and old walking around the green cheering Alfie on."

– Hannah McCreadie, Alfie's mother
More than 80 people turned out to support Alfie Credit: Alfie's family

Hannah McCreadie, Alfie's mum, says his fitness has improved and they are overwhelmed by the support people have showed him.

"I'm very happy I have completed my challenge. I've done a great thing for charity, raised lots of money and I'm really happy."

– Alfie McCreadie

Donkey returns home after treatment

Noah the donkey is back home after recovering from injuries sustained after he got stuck in a drain.

The animal, who lives at the Lovely View Stables at Heydon near Royston fell into the drain last month. It's thought metal thieves had stolen the lid.

Tina Pankhurst who also works at the stables set up a justgiving page to help pay for his treatment and it's already raised over £2,000.

Watch Stuart Leithes report below.

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