Investigations are continuing into an arson attack on a children's centre in Norwich.
More than 30 firefighters battled to bring the flames under control at the Phoenix Centre on the city's Mile Cross Estate on Saturday night.
Volunteers say that Christmas has been ruined for many children as it'll be at least a month before the centre can reopen.
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