One of Norfolk's oldest law firms has relocated to a new premises in Fakenham. 

Hayes and Storr Solicitors has moved only a minute's walk away, from 18/19 Market Place to the Aldiss building on Upper Market Place, replacing the Original Factory Shop, which closed in January of this year.

Alex Findlay, operations director, said: "Changing times and continued growth has prompted us to take this opportunity to move to larger, more modern premises."

The business occupied the Market Place office for more than 50 years. 

£3.3m has been invested in redeveloping the Aldiss site after a blaze left the historic building gutted in May, 2014.

Fakenham & Wells Times: The fire at Fakenham. PHOTO: Andy Tickle

Nearly 85 firefighters were called to tackle the fire, with crews from across the county on scene for 24 hours.

Nearly 10 years later, the building is a flourishing location for businesses in the area.

Adam Bunkle, finace director for the firm, said, "The new offices offer easy access in a welcoming, spacious environment.

"We are also committed to modernising while upholding our traditional brand values, making the new offices a perfect fit as we look to the future."