Four locations in Norfolk are in the running to be named the best place to live in England.

Many of us are the first to say where we live is the best and now people across England can have their say.

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Review website iLiveHere has opened the voting to find out the best location to live in the country and four places in Norfolk are in the running.

Great Yarmouth, Dereham, King's Lynn and Norwich are up against dozens of places in England including Brighton, Harpenden and Warwick. 

Last year, Norwich and the village of Great Massingham were named among the best places to live in the UK by the Sunday Times.

You can vote for your hometown or city here and voting ends on January 31.