A Norfolk pub has taken its offering up a tier by launching afternoon tea and everything is homemade. 

The Nelson in Clenchwarton, near King's Lynn, was taken over by Mike and Lisa Daisley in May this year and they also run The Wildfowler in nearby Terrington St Clement. 

The Nelson, previously called The Partridge, has been given a new lease of life under its new tenants and the dishes include build-your-own burgers and a seafood platter, with a 'Little Nellies' children's menu too. 

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Head chef Matthew Hall has now created an afternoon tea and it costs £19.95pp, with prosecco for an additional £6pp.

Fakenham & Wells Times: The new afternoon tea at The Nelson in ClenchwartonThe new afternoon tea at The Nelson in Clenchwarton (Image: The Nelson)

It is available between 12noon and 5pm from Tuesday to Thursday and it includes a choice of teas, finger sandwiches, savouries, fruit scones with jam and clotted cream, and sweet treats.

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Ellie Mallet, pub manager, said: "We wanted to do something cosy for autumn that brought people in during a quieter time of day.

"The reaction so far has been really positive and we also offer 10pc off for senior citizens."

Call 01553 768677 to book, with 24 hours notice required.