Win a signed copy of Latitude: The Astonishing Adventure that Saved the World

In advance of his talk later this month, the King's Lynn Festival are giving away FIVE signed copies of Nicholas Crane’s book, Latitude!

To enter, simply post a selfie on Instagram standing in your favourite Norfolk location with a caption about why you love the area using the hashtag #KLFLatitude - further entry details can be found on the King's Lynn Festival website

The competition closes on Monday 4 July and is open to UK residents only, aged 18 plus.

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