A year ago, friends Amanda Medler and Sarah Douglass came up with the idea of opening a tea room in their local pub.
And now the pair are celebrating their first birthday with a charity event to help an autism charity.
Once they got permission from the landlord of the Silver Fox, on Fakenham Road, the pair got to work setting up their business, opening last July.
Offering all day breakfasts, toasties, paninis, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, afternoon teas, delicious cakes and ice cream they are also popular for baby showers, birthdays, christenings and wakes.
Their birthday party, on July 15, will be a fun day with stalls, a bouncy castle, face painting a raffle and much more.
Stalls will include crafts and pampering and, of course, cakes.
All proceeds are going to Norfolk Autism Society and everyone is welcome to go along, enjoy the day – which runs from 9am to 4pm – and help raise money for charity.
If anyone wants to have a stall at the event they can call Sarah or Amanda on 01603 868212.