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Norfolk sisters wowing the crowds with their aerial acts at circus

PUBLISHED: 13:18 30 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:29 30 July 2018

Kizzy Packham on silks. Pictures: Mike Kwasniak

Kizzy Packham on silks. Pictures: Mike Kwasniak

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Norfolk sisters Kizzy and Tilly Packham are on tour with Circus Fantasia at East Runton, near Cromer.

Kizzy and Tilly Packham in the Circus Fantasia. Pictures:  Alan AyresKizzy and Tilly Packham in the Circus Fantasia. Pictures: Alan Ayres

Kizzy, 19, and Tilly, 21, who are from Gorleston, are professional aerial artists and worked out their two acts together, developing a synchronised gymnastic display.

Being so close to their Norfolk home is a bonus. “It’s a beautiful place close to the sea,” said Tilly. “It’s just minutes to the beach and our dogs love it.”

It also gives them a chance to pop home and catch up with their parents and two sisters, one of whom is Tilly’s twin.

Tilly added: “We love seeing new places, but whenever we find a nice restaurant we’re only there for a week before we have to move on.”

Tillly Packham shows her remarkable skill on silks. Photo: MIKE KWASNIAKTillly Packham shows her remarkable skill on silks. Photo: MIKE KWASNIAK

Circus Fantasia performances daily at 3pm & 7pm (Sat 7pm only) until August 5.

Tickets: call 0844 888 9991 or at the big top ticket office in Cromer Road, 10am-7pm daily.

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