Every potential Banksy piece in Norfolk and Waveney
- Credit: Liz Coates
With pieces appearing almost daily it seems that Banksy may be on a Norfolk staycation.
But where can you see the pieces that are thought to be by the street art pioneer?
On East Beach in Cromer, Banksy has painted a group of crabs holding a sign which reads 'luxury rentals only'.
In Yarmouth, Banksy is thought to have painted a pair of dancers on to a house on Admiralty Road along with a man playing the accordion.
He is also suspected of adding a house of his own to the display at Merrivale Model Village.
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Located on Gorleston's lower prom appears to be a Banksy collaboration with Norfolk-based artist Emo, depicting a grabber descending on some teddy bears.
So far Lowestoft seems to be the most hit area with four potential pieces in the town, one of a boy making a sand castle on Regent Road, one of a seagull swooping on a skip on Denmark Road, a group of children in a boat in Nicholas Everitt Park and a rat drinking a cocktail on North Beach.